I have begun Scott Turow’s Kindle County series for my audio pleasure during my commute. The first book in that series is Presumed Innocent. Even if you’re not expressly familiar with Turow, that title may sound familiar because there was a movie starring Harrison Ford by that name. Maybe you’ve seen it.

I have, it would seem.

Actually, I’ve seen the last 20-30 minutes of it. Just enough to know who did what, why, and how things end. When I realized it was the book of the movie I’d seen, I said to myself “Oh, well, I don’t know anything about how it got there.”

Thankfully, they gave a summary of the plot in the introduction! So now I am relieved of the suspense of knowing what lead up to who, doing what, and how it ends.

Actually, I’m enjoying it regardless. I can only imagine how much I would be enjoying it if I didn’t already know how so many of the pieces fell together in the end.


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2 Responses to Presumed Spoiled

  1. kevin says:

    Turow’s books are great. So much better than Grisham’s, and I say that as someone who appreciates John Grisham. Grisham’s is good airport reading. Turow’s got more substance.

  2. trumwill says:

    Funny you should mention Grisham. I almost polled readers a couple weeks back which I should read first, Grisham or Turow. I went with Turow because I’m a fan of (and a writer of) interlocking characters and storylines.

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