This reviewer learned a simple truth from listening to David Baldacci's latest legal thriller: Be patient and give the narrator a chance. Marosz starts the book with a nasal, singsong, whining voice. But when he becomes comfortable with the story, his voice is more expressive and his characters more believable. Truth is the story of the murder of a Supreme Court lawyer-clerk committed to covering up a 25-year-old crime and the resultant miscarriage of justice. The principal character, the clerk's brother, a trial lawyer, sets out with a female Supreme Court clerk to untwist the web of murder, frame-up and complicity. This is one of Baldacci's better efforts. A.L.H. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/MAR 99]
Digital Download Hachette Audio 1998
DD ISBN 9781611132090 $14.98
Library Ed. Books on Tape
CD ISBN 978-0-7366-5150-9 $88.00 Eleven CDs
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