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Testimony By Scott Turow Testimony From Scott Turow New York Times bestselling author and one of the major writers in America NPR a page turning legal thriller about an American prosecutor s investigation of a refugee camp

  • Title: Testimony
  • Author: Scott Turow
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  • Page: 164
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  • Testimony By Scott Turow From Scott Turow, 1 New York Times bestselling author and one of the major writers in America NPR , a page turning legal thriller about an American prosecutor s investigation of a refugee camp s mystifying disappearance.At the age of fifty, Bill ten Boom has walked out on everything he once thought was important Kindle County, his law career, even his wife Still, whe From Scott Turow, 1 New York Times bestselling author and one of the major writers in America NPR , a page turning legal thriller about an American prosecutor s investigation of a refugee camp s mystifying disappearance.At the age of fifty, Bill ten Boom has walked out on everything he once thought was important Kindle County, his law career, even his wife Still, when he is tapped by the International Criminal Court an organization that prosecutes crimes against humanity he is compelled by a mystifying case Over ten years ago, in the chaos following the Bosnian war, a Roma refugee camp vanished overnight Now a witness has finally stepped forward Ferko Rincic claims that armed men marched the camp s 400 residents to a cave and then set off an avalanche with a hand grenade, burying them alive Only Ferko survived.Boom s task is to investigate Ferko s claims, taking him from the Court s base in Holland, to Bosnian villages, to secret meetings in Washington, DC, as he sorts through the alliances and treacheries of those involved a disgraced US major general, members of the US military, the brutal former leader of the Bosnian Serbs, Ferko s seductive barrister, and of course, Ferko himself, on whose testimony the entire case rests and who may know than he s telling Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBet
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    1. Paromjit on said:

      This is tense legal thriller from Scott Turow that follows an International Criminal Court prosecutor s real life case of the harrowing disappearance of 4oo Roma refugee camp at the tail end of the Balkans War Turow has clearly done his research in this novel which moves out of the courtroom and out into the field Kindle County Attorney, Bill ten Boom finds himself at a crossroads, he has quit his legal career and divorced his wife and left his family He takes up a post at the ICC, which pros Th [...]

    2. Julie on said:

      Testimony by Scott Turow is a 2017 Grand Central Publication Absorbing and atmospheric legal drama Bill ten Boom, aka, Boom , started his life over at a time when the thought of starting over is entirely too exhausting to contemplate After leaving his wife and his job, Bill is approached about accepting a case with The Hague s International Criminal Court The case in question, is a ten year old cold case, involving the disappearance and presumed deaths, of four hundred Roma refugees during t Tes [...]

    3. Brenda on said:

      I ve enjoyed Scott Turow s previous books He writes well, including this book, but this one feels like pouring cold molasses I can t get interested in the story or the characters, and I fall asleep after a few pages That s why it s taken seven days to get to page 159 of a 496 page book I don t want to invest any time in this book.

    4. Jim on said:

      3.5 starsThis is a complex legal thriller The action does not take place in the courtroom It does not even take place in Kindle County This is a legal investigation that takes place on the international stage Mostly in Bosnia and The Hague At the age of fifty Bill ten Boom decides to start life again Over the next four years he leaves his marriage, his home, his job, and then his country A former US Attorney before becoming a partner in a prestigious law firm he has no plans or ambitions 3.5 sta [...]

    5. Gary on said:

      This Scott Turow is a legal thriller with a difference that it is not set in a court room but in Bosnia.Former Bill ten Boom at the age of fifty walks out on everything he thought was important to him, his law career, his wife, Kindle County and even his country But when he is approached by the International Criminal Court, an organisation that prosecutes crimes against humanity, he feels drawn to what will become the most elusive case of his career Over ten years ago, in the apocalyptic chaos T [...]

    6. Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede on said:

      I have never read a book by Scott Turow before, but I like legal thrillers and I found the blurb of this book intriguing The case of the missing 400 people is interesting, although I did find the story a bit slow now and then The best part came towards the end of the book when the case started to take some interesting twist and turns because nothing is as it seems and the ending was surprising It was also interesting to learn about The International Criminal Court and the Bosnian war.How I have [...]

    7. HBalikov on said:

      People do horrible things, but often because they face horrible choices from Testimony How much do most of us know about the civil war in the former Yugoslavia I learned a lot when we journeyed to Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia, etc several years ago and heard the stories of ordinary people When I learned that Scott Turow had made that the focus of a novel, I was eager to read it Bosnia and The Hague where a lot of the plot is set are a long way from the Kindle County venue where Turow ha People do [...]

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