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Just Cause Matthew Cowart famoso periodista de Miami recibe la carta de un hombre condenado a muerte ue asegura ser inocente Pese a su escepticismo inicial Cowart empieza a investigar el caso comprende ue el acusado no cometió los delitos ue se le imputan y pone al descubierto mediante sus artículos una información ue permite al convicto Robert Earl Fergurson salir en libertadCowart obtiene entonces un premio Pulitzer por su tarea periodística Sin embargo y para su horror el escritor se percata de ue ha puesto en marcha una tremenda máuina de matar y ue ahora le toca a él intentar en una carrera contra el reloj ue se haga justicia fuera de los tribunales I saw the film which is based on this bookJust Cause is an attention grabbing film that holds viewer's interest throughout A black man has been held in jail for eight years and will soon be executed His grandmother brings a Harvard University professor a letter from him asking the professor to look into his case because he is innocent of the murder he allegedly committed The professor Sean Connery hasn't practiced law for many years His wife is a lawyer and she encourages him to take the case The only real evidence against him is his confession The prisoner claims he was beaten for a very long time and confessed only to stop the torture Connery meets the senior police officer that handled the case a black man and it is clear that he is a hard hearted violent man There is another man in the same prison a white man who clearly murdered many people He was a serial killer and is about to be executed He was in the vicinity of the murder But while he admits to many murders he claims he did not kill the young girl who was allegedly killed by the black man Connery uestions him and is led to believe that he committed the crime This serial killer is clearly insane and viciousAlthough this film is 22 years old it is still relevant today and it is as attention holding and interesting as the best modern films A Florida newspaper editor receives a letter from a death row inmate claiming he was innocent As Cowart digs into it he finds that there is no direct evidence and that Ferguson's confession was beat out of him by two detectives The case is reopened charges are dropped for lack of evidence and Ferguson is released He claims another inmate Sullivan committed the murder Sullivan is a convicted serial killer who still wants to kill his parents When they turn up dead Cowart and the two original detectives Tanny and Wilcox seek out Ferguson as the suspect again Interesting set up and story I thought the plot was incredibly unpredictable; that's what I loved the most about it It gathers so many controversial topics like racism death sentence and judicial system weaknesses All immersed in the life experiences the diversity of characters had gone and were going through It was very fulfilling to get surprised every time the plot changed its course towards a situation I had not yet predicted I totally recommend this book specially to science fiction readers You will once realize that nothing is what it seems A fun read big twist in the middle typical best seller thriller story I switch to this kind of book to rest from the dense classics It was a good one takes little time to read Recommend it for some vacation at the beach or something like that

  • Hardcover
  • 512 pages
  • Just Cause
  • John Katzenbach
  • Spanish
  • 14 September 2014
  • 9788466629867

About the Author: John Katzenbach

John Katzenbach is a US author of popular fiction Son of Nicholas Katzenbach former United States Attorney General John worked as a criminal court reporter for the Miami Herald and Miami News and a featured writer for the Herald’s Tropic magazine He is married to Madeleine Blais and they live in western MassachusettsHe left the newspaper grind to write books racking up 12 novels so far p

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