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15 Hours to Save an "Innocent" Man...
on 5 August 2011
The most amazing thing about this book is that the author manages to hold it together despite the intricacy of the plot. It starts as a simple case of a lawyer making a last-minute clemency plea for his death row client. But from there it launches into a frantic race against time as the idealistic lawyer belatedly comes to the conclusion that his client is innocent.
But gathering the evidence to prove it in such a taut time-frame is another matter. With the help of his physicist son and dedicated paralegal, he makes some headway, but the final goal seems tantalisingly elusive.
The ending is a stunner.