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Scott Turow: “The herd is being culled by the pressure on copyright”

By Jonathan Derbyshire  

Scott Turow is the author of ten legal thrillers, including “Presumed Innocent” and his latest novel, “Identical”. He is also a practising attorney in Chicago, the city that is the model for the fictional Kindle County where his books are set, and is president of the Authors Guild. In “Identical”, Paul Gianis, a candidate for the mayoralty of Kindle County, becomes embroiled in a scandal after the release of his twin brother Cass from prison.

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