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Scott Turrow

 

Call No.: TUR - [TH] (Ebooks and Audiobooks available)

 

Links to Availability: https://catalogue.nlb.gov.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/FULL/WPAC/BIBENQ/71771126/268900108,10 (Audiobook)

https://catalogue.nlb.gov.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/FULL/WPAC/BIBENQ/71772363/268878826,11 (E-book)

 

https://catalogue.nlb.gov.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/FULL/WPAC/BIBENQ/71772363/216067378,13 (Physical book)

 

All rights reserved. New York: Grand Central Publishing, [2017]

 

Well known for his novel “Presumed Innocent” which was made into a movie starring Harrison Ford, lawyer and author Scott Turrow is back again with his latest novel “Testimony”.

 

In the wake of his midlife crisis, an unexpected turn of events leads to Bill being appointed as a special prosecutor at the International Criminal Court to find out what happened to 400 Roma who were allegedly buried alive. With the suspects ranging from Serb paramilitaries, organised crime gangs, an unreliable witness and his alluring Barrister who has set her sights on Bill, to even the U.S government who is keen to keep the case under wraps, Bill soon finds himself caught up in an increasingly complicated case.

 

This complex legal thriller will keep you hooked until the end as Bill attempts to unravel the layers of political interests and agendas to uncover the truth and bring justice to the victims.   

 

Above book review contributed by Lim Han Sen, National Library Board (NLB).