Reversible Errors

Reversible Errors

Book - 2002
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"Squirrel" Gandolph is an inmate on death row who is about to die when his reluctant court-appointed representative receives word that another inmate may have evidence that will exonerate the condemned man.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, c2002
ISBN: 9780002005302
0002005301
Characteristics: 433 pages :,illustrations ;,24 cm.

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A good, fast plot with love interest and, as always with this author, a fascinating insight into American law an police investigations. There is never any reference to root causes which make the jail system so full of sad characters. I had to laugh at the plot turn where the bible thumping minster snatches the guy from his lawyer just as he is no longer a pro bono case.

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ralphdyer
Feb 01, 2013

A good read; but, took me forever to finish. Much legal and convoluted wranglings.

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