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  • Posted April 23, 2012

    Highly recommend

    If you are a Turo fan you will really like this book. Just imagine your favorite defense lawyer turning into a prosecuter. Keeps you going.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2004

    Another Turrow trimph

    Scott Turrow's books aren't of the 'quick airport' sort. His characters are complex and flawed, as are we all. What seems 'obvious' - isn't. Yes, I found myself flipping back to the 'cast' of characters at the front of the book, and yes, it was a difficult book to get into initially; however, it was well worth the read. 'Reversible Errors' is yet another Turrow triumph.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2003

    Will keep you guessing till the end...

    Scott Turrow's Reversible Errors is a classic example of a legal thriller every reader should get their hands on. It keeps the reader guessing till the very end making it extremely difficult to close the book without starting yet another chapter. It involves its readers in many ways. Most importantly, it motivates the reader to continue on with the legal battle to ensure that the truth comes out and that justice prevails. Arthur's personal struggles involving his schizophrenic sister and ex-convict, ex-judge girlfriend post interesting twists to the plot making the story even more common and easy to relate with. Nothing like an exciting legal thriller that'll keep you wanting and asking for more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2002

    For what it's worth here's a review

    I started this book right after finishing Personal Injuries (also by Turow). I think both books are good reads. As an attorney, I like the way Turow uses his keen intellect to intertwine his legal knowledge into such thrillers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2002

    Irreversibly Entertaining

    Good premise, good characters, good story. Makes good points about death penalty. Turow has it all over John Grisham, who gets progressively worse with each book he writes.

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