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The Burden of Proof **THIS IS A PREOWNED COPY IN FAIR CONDITION. PLEASE CONTACT BOOKWARE CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR MORE DETAILS**

by: Scott Turow

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PRE-OWNED - Limited stock! This book is not new. Please see description for details on the condition of this copy. Feel free to contact Bookware customer service for more information.
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Retail Price: $19.99

Publisher: Bloomsbury,30.08.1990

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ISBN: 0747506736
ISBN13: 9780747506737

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The Burden of Proof, published in 1990, is Scott Turow's second novel, somewhat of a sequel to Presumed Innocent. The Burden of Proof follows the story of defense attorney Sandy Stern in the aftermath of his wife's death, and the growing realization that there is much about his marriage that he has never understood. Stern's bereavement coincides with his latest case, defending commodities broker Dixon Hartnell. Hartnell is a complex figure, one that Sandy both admires but also distrusts. Stern soon realizes that defending "Dix" will force him to tread a narrow path between zealous advocacy for a client and his ethical responsibilities to the courts. The Burden of Proof is set in the fictional Midwestern Kindle County, the setting of Turow's other novels, and features or refers to characters that appear in those other stories.