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Books: Dead Men Walking Free

Early in Scott Turow's new novel, Reversible Errors (Farrar, Straus & Giroux; 434 pages), defense attorney Arthur Raven realizes his death-row client is almost...

BOOKS: UP AGAINST THE LAW

A drive-by shooting in front of a gang-infested housing project leaves an elderly white woman dead. The police wonder what she was doing on these mean streets at...

From the Publisher: Jun 11 1990

When senior writer Paul Gray sat down with Scott Turow in his law office in Chicago's Sears Tower, Gray found the best-selling novelist friendly but also rather...

Books: Pay His Honor

The law grinds slowly, but if you still believe it grinds fine, either you have been blessed with an unlitigious life or you are not yet familiar with the novels...

A Lawyer on The Lam

TITLE: PLEADING GUILTY AUTHOR: SCOTT TUROW PUBLISHER: FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX; 386 PAGES; $24 THE BOTTOM LINE: In this irresistible tale, Turow proves it is hard...

Burden Of Turow

TITLES: FAMILIAR LEGAL TERMS PUBLISHERS: TOO MANY OF THEM AUTHORS: LAWYERS ON THEIR LUNCH HOURS THE BOTTOM LINE: Is your mouthpiece taking notes to keep you out...

Books: All Rise! Action!

For any lover of a novel turned into a movie, the book is always better. Turning the pages, the reader creates an ideal film version, with the perfect stars,...

Other People’s Money

Thanks to Occupy Wall Street, everyone’s talking about personal income (but rarely, of course, mentioning their own. Some taboos are hard to break.) • Over the...

A TIME Writer to Remember: Paul Gray, 1940-2010

When Paul Gray left the English faculty at Princeton for a job at TIME in 1972, he quickly discovered a gifted new writer: himself. He established a reputation...

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