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The acclaimed author of "Presumed Innocent" and "Reversible Errors" discusses his new novel. Set during World War II, it’s the story of espionage, betrayal, love and a son trying to unearth his father’s mysterious past.
- Scott Turow Author of numerous best-sellers including: "One L," "Presumed Innocent," and "Reversible Errors"
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