When Florida newspaperman Matthew Cowart receives a note from an inmate on death row, he tries to ignore its plea, but Cowart becomes convinced of the prisoner's innocence and his investigative articles contribute to the pardon of a monster.
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"Powerful...Compelling...Katzenbach is a skilled storyteller who knows how to set up the kind of big and small questions that make one want to keep turning the pages"
Now a Warner Bros. Motion Picture starring Sean Connery.
At first report Matt Cowart doesn't believe the claims of innocence from Robert Earl Ferguson, Death Row inmate. But the more Coward digs into his case, the more he believes that, as a black man, Ferguson is a victim of hate and prejudice, and that the wrong man is going to be executed. Cowart lets fly a series of hard-hitting investigative articles that ultimately frees Ferguson and gets Cowart a Pulitzer Prize. He's a hero, a celebrity, a big-hearted guy--who has unwittingly set in motion a scenario of horror and death....
John Katzenbach is the author of psychological thrillers including Red 1-2-3, What Comes Next, The Traveler, Day of Reckoning, and The Shadow Man. Katzenbach was a criminal court reporter for the Miami Herald and Miami News. He now lives in western Massachusetts.
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