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Thought provoking book,
This review is from: The Chamber (Mass Market Paperback)
This is a story of a young lawyer from the giant Chicago law firm of Kravitz & Bane called Adam Hall. He has taken a keen interest in the case of a death row inmate called Sam Cayhill, a man convicted of the Ku Klux Klan bombing that killed 2 Jewish children.
Sam hates lawyers and dismissed his legal team years ago and has become quite adapt at handling his own legal affairs, however Adam has a secret that may persuade the old man to hire him as his attorney.
I really enjoyed this book, and although it takes a while to get going I feel the characters are strong and well developed as the book goes on. Although Sam is a bitter racist, the story develops to show the man behind the harsh bigoted exterior. I even found myself feeling sorry for the old man at times, even though I didn't want to. This is a quality book about a lost relationship rekindled under the most unlikely circumstances.