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Publisher's Summary

To Robbie Feaver the law is all about making a play - to a client, a jury, or a judge. But when the flashy, womanizing, multimillion-dollar personal injury lawyer is caught offering bribes, he's forced to wear a wire. Even as the besieged attorney looks after his ailing wife, Feaver must also make tapes that will hurl his friends, his enemies, his city, and a particular FBI undercover agent into a crisis of conscience and law. Now Robbie Feaver is making the play of his life.
©1999 Scott Turow (P)2014 Hachette Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Bobbie on 07-19-14

Do not buy IF..

Do not buy if the “Mystery Thriller” books you listen to must be plot driven and contain action cliff-hangers.

Read this for the characters and their development.

Publishers Weekly says it better than I can.

“Turow has always been more interested in character than plot, and in Robbie Feaver, a lawyer on the make who ends up fighting for his life, he has created his richest and most compelling figure yet.
….for Feaver is a character of almost Shakespearean contradictions. A charming, brash womanizer who nevertheless shows superhuman reserves of love and patience to his dying wife at home, he is always several jumps ahead of the prosecutors, the FBI and the reader, winning sympathy, even admiration, where there should be none.”

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2 out of 5 stars
By Suzanne on 12-28-14

Not a great Turow book

The characters are boring and wooden, the plot drags, and I couldn't wait for it to be over. It is OK if you have absolutely no other book to read.

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