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Friday, January 1, 2010

OLD CITY HALL by Robert Rotenberg

It should have been an open and shut case. Canada's leading radio talk show host came to the door of his luxury condominium, his hands bloody, and said to the newspaper deliveryman, "I killed her." Yet, the discovery that the victim was a self-destructive alcoholic, the presence of strange fingerprints at the crime scene, and the refusal of the accused to say anything--even to his attorney--lead to a hotly contested murder trial.
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Anonymous said...

One of my favorite book in 2009. Great characters and an interesting story.

Audrey Hammer said...

This is a murder mystery more from the lawyers' view than the police. There are lots of characters, which kind of confused me at first, and the viewpoint jumps between them all. The ending was good and did surprise me.