“Scott is still the best lawyer-novelist.”
Scott Turow’s first legal thriller, Presumed Innocent, quickly established him as, “one of the major writers in America.” (NPR) The award-winning author of ten best-selling works of fiction, his books have sold more than 30 million copies world-wide and been adapted into a full-length film (Presumed Innocent) and three television dramas (Innocent, The Burden of Proof, and Irreversible Errors). Unlike many lawyers-turned-novelists, Turow continues to work as an attorney.
In his first book in four years, Testimony, Turow takes readers to the International Criminal Court in The Hague with a page-turning legal thriller about an American prosecutor’s investigation into a refugee camp’s mystifying disappearance during the Bosnian War.
A book signing will follow the lecture. A selection of backlist titles and the author’s current book will be available for sale from Classic Lines.
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh