Special Guest: Scott Turow


Saturday, June 07, 2003

Kurt Andersen and author Scott Turow explore the connections between art and the law. 

In 1987 Scott Turow launched the rebirth of the legal thriller with his first novel, Presumed Innocent. He's since written five more bestsellers including Reversible Errors, which came out last fall. Throughout his writing career he has continued to practice law in Chicago, the town where he grew up.


Scott Turow

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