»Still, Turow is Turow. As the novel makes its way to its conclusion, it steadily picks up speed and interest. His plot is characteristically complicated — some readers may find some parts of it implausible, though they were okay by me — and he wraps things up in satisfactory fashion. I admit that I did figure out well in advance who did it, but I’m not telling.«
In Identical, a 25-year-old murder resurfaces and threatens to take down an up-and-coming politician. Jonathan Yardley reviews the latest thriller by Scott Turow at The Washington Post.
»Identical has many parts and moods. It has treats and shortcomings, like a trip to a city with a lot of different neighborhoods. One might wish Identical more streamlined, but that would not do justice to the bustling landscape that is Kindle County.«
Visit Kindle County: Adam Liptak about the novel Identical by Scott Turow. The review at The New York Times.