Scott Turow (born in 1949) is an American writer best known for his legal thrillers. He has also published nonfiction. Turow is a practicing attorney specializing in criminal defense.
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Official web site. Biography, appearance schedule, blurbs about his books, links to interviews and reviews.
'To hell with Perry Mason'
Scott Turow is interviewed about the intersection of criminal law and fiction. [The Observer]
IMDb: Scott Turow
Filmography, including television credits.
Mostly Fiction: Scott Turow
Reviews of some of his novels. Also links to reviews elsewhere.
Wikipedia: Scott Turow
Encyclopedia-style article on the author.
USA Today Book Club: Scott Turow
Transcript of a chat in which the writer fielded questions from fans. Has links to "Reversible Errors" review and excerpt. (November 07, 2002)
In an appearance at the Commonwealth Club, the writer was interviewed about the death penalty and about his book "Reversible Errors," then entertained questions submitted by the attendees. (November 06, 2002)
An Odyssey That Started With 'Ulysses'
Lawyer and novelist Scott Turow writes of the questions stirred up by reading James Joyce's "Ulysses," and how practicing law is similar to writing novels. [New York Times] (November 22, 1999)
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