Scott Turow's 'Testimony' Takes on the Geopolitics and Mystery of Bosnian War

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Author Scott Turow is well-known for his 1977 bestseller “One L,” about his first year at Harvard Law School. In his new legal thriller "Testimony," Turow introduces readers to Boom, a former prosecutor who takes a job investigating whether the massacre of 400 Roma during the Bosnian War actually happened, and if so, who is ultimately responsible. Turow joins us in studio to talk about his latest book and how he approached mixing fiction with geopolitics.

Scott Turow, author, "Testimony," "One L," "Presumed Innocent" and "The Burden of Proof"