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Innocent by Scott Turow
Innocent is Scott Turow's sequel to his bestselling Presumed Innocent. Rusty Sabich has stayed married to Barbara in the twenty years since he was acquitted of murder. He wakes one morning to find Barbara died during the night. Distraught, he assumes that it was due to natural causes. His old nemesis, Tommy Molto, is still a prosecutor and he believes that Barbara was poisoned. Rusty must hire Sandy Stern as his lawyer once again as he faces another murder trial. A love affair with Anna, his former law clerk, hints at a future with promise. First, though, he needs to prove his innocence once again. Innocent has received positive reviews with the New York Times saying, "Rusty's second trial - which takes up the better half of this novel - proves to be just as suspenseful and gripping as his first. Suffice it to say that the fans of Presumed Innocent who can suspend their disbelief for the first couple of chapters of this follow-up will not be disappointed."