The Innocence Game

6 CDs. library ed. unabridged. 7 hrs. Books on Tape. 2013. ISBN 9780804120500. $60; digital download. F
Three bright, ambitious, and naive journalism students enrolled in the exclusive "innocence graduate seminar" struggle to clear the name of a seemingly innocent man convicted of the murder of a young boy. Even though the crime occurred 14 years ago and the accused was killed in prison, Ian, Sarah, and Jake pursue the case, but someone with connections in the police department attempts to stop their investigation. Robbie Daymond and Robertson Dean do an excellent job reading the book. Their voices are very different, and the change in reader is disconcerting at first, but listeners will get used to it. Both readers keep the suspense and excitement level high.
VERDICT Recommended for fans of legal thrillers and those interested in the pursuits of organizations such as the Innocence Project.
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