Adam Hall is a young lawyer with a huge Chicago law firm. He volunteers to defend a convicted murderer on Mississippi's Death Row - the toughest case of his career. His client is seventy-year-old Sam Cayhall accused of killing two Jewish children in a Ku Klux Klan bombing in 1967. Sam despises lawyers and wants to argue his final appeal alone. But Adam has a secret that will make the old man agree to anything ...John Grisham's four previous novels have all been number one best-sellers throughout the world.
Año de publicación:1999
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