One afternoon in late March Sandy Stern, the brilliant, quixotic defence lawyer in Presumed Innocent, returns home to find his wife Clara dead in the garage. They have been married for thirty-one years. Her suicide note leaves him just four words - 'Can you forgive me?' But nothing else in Clara's life suggests that she was planning to die.
'A delight... over 500 pages of suspicion, allegation, detection, false confessions, and half-truths... tied up so tightly that you're holding your breath in anticipation... hugely readable.'
'Written with all Scott Turow's formidable readability and the plot is full of twists and turns.'