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Presumed Innocent ByScott Turow Presumed Innocent Scott Turow writes an engrossing book based on love obsession and the legal system In the beginning the protagonist character Rusty Sabich a District Prosecuting Attorney PA begins the story in first person speaking about what is expected of him as a PA His voice gives reason that he is unhappy and lacks faith in the legal system Rusty has been accused of a horrible crime rape and murder Turows story depicts a typical situation of a person being set up The ending will ravish your outlook on love and infidelity Rusty speaks of his sorrow for a peer who has been raped and murdered Her name is Carolyn Polhemus She was a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Kindle County She was known to excel in her job of prosecuting rapist and her reputation became that of a slut Raymond Horgan the acting PA and Rusty Sabichs boss asks him personally to investigate her murder Rusty and his co-worker Lipranzer Lip talk over the case and decide that it would be best to start with the men that Carolyn had put behind bars This inquiry led them to a missing file dubbed the B file meaning bribery The B file becomes a crucial twist to the plot Rusty is seeing a psychiatrist The first session that Turow reveals is that of Rusty talking of his affair with Carolyn Palhemus He goes back in time as he discusses his compulsive obsession for her They began their affair after they won the case of a young boy who was brutally abused by his own mother The book gives explicit erotic details of their sexual encounters together Carolyn ends the affair with Rusty because she can not talk him into pushing Raymond to the side and running for office himself This change in professional status for Rusty would in turn give Carolyn the chance to move up in the ranks
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