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Publisher Description

From bestselling author Scott Turow comes Personal Injuries, a gripping, suspenseful, deeply satisfying novel about corruption, deceit, and love.

Robbie Feaver (pronounced "favor") is a charismatic personal injury lawyer with a high profile practice, a way with the ladies, and a beautiful wife (whom he loves), who is dying of an irreversible illness. He also has a secret bank account where he occasionally deposits funds that make their way into the pockets of the judges who decide Robbie's cases.

Robbie is caught by the Feds, and, in exchange for leniency, agrees to "wear a wire" as he continues to try to fix decisions. The FBI agent assigned to supervise him goes by the alias of Evon Miller. She is lonely, uncomfortable in her skin, and impervious to Robbie's charms. And she carries secrets of her own.

As the law tightens its net, Robbie's and Evon's stories converge thrillingly. Scott Turow takes us into, the world of greed and human failing he has made immortal in Presumed Innocent, The Burden of Proof, Pleading Guilty, and The Laws of Our Fathers, all published by FSG. He also shows us enduring love and quiet, unexpected heroism. Personal Injuries is Turow's most reverberant, most moving novel-a powerful drama of individuals trying to escape their characters.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1999
August 31
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Farrar, Straus and Giroux
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Murpmarie ,

Another terrific Scott Turow book

This is my third Turow book in a row… I am enthralled with the careful plots and well-considered outcomes of these books, and I am going to enjoy all of his writing. I guess I could have predicted more of the final chapters of the book, but I felt so close to the main characters that I apparently wanted people to overcome their life and community surroundings. I highly reccomend this book, it’s particularly great to read it on an e-reader because of the “big words” and legal terms Turow uses… you can look ‘em up...

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