A Brown Bag Book Review by Beverly Creel held at Library
Published 1:14 am Sunday, September 19, 2010
The Brown Bag Book Review will open its fall season on September 21, 2010. The book to be reviewed is “Innocent” by Scott Turow. The Review meets in the Conference Room of the Crosby Library at 12:00 noon. If you have never attended one of our book reviews now is the time to get started.
Come and bring a friend and enjoy a time of information about the book to be reviewed. You can also learn about new books that are out and enjoy books which are on our list of “Good Reads.” Socialize with friends who are also readers and enjoy talking about books.
Beverly Creel will be our reviewer for the day.
“Innocent” is the sequel to the book, “Presumed Innocent” by the same author. Turow wrote the first book almost 20 years ago. If you have not read Presumed Innocent, you might want to check it out of our library and read it prior to hearing the review of “Innocent.”
“Innocent” picks up with the lives of some of same characters that appeared in the first book. Rusty Sabich, Assistant District Attorney 20 years ago, is now Chief Justice of the Appellate Court. We see Tommy Molto again, who was also a prosecutor twenty years prior and Sabich’s nemesis. Once again, Sabich is involved in murder.
This book is for anyone who likes unexpected endings and courtroom drama’s.
“Presumed Innocent,” if anyone remembers, was made into a movie which starred Harrison Ford. It was an immediate hit that followed the book, which was a best seller. Maybe “Innocent” is destined for the same course.
If you have never read Scott Turow, then you are certainly in for a treat. He has written several books in the set in similar courtroom backgrounds, which are outstanding.
Join us September 21st at 12 noon in the conference room and bring a bag lunch if you would like to eat as we review. Drinks and desserts are provided by the friends of the Library. If you are not a member of “The Friends” this would be a good time to come find out about us and join.
Just remember to support our local library as it is one of our community’s greatest assets.