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Absorbing legal skirmishes and sharply drawn minor characters — including enough self-absorbed art creeps to tempt any reader to philistinism — combine to make Reasonable Doubt as crisply written and ingeniously plotted a courtroom entertainment as readers are apt to... read more
Philip Friedman

Philip Friedman


Philip Friedman, author of the international bestsellers Reasonable Doubt, Inadmissible Evidence, and Grand Jury, is an attorney living in New York City. His previous novels include Rage, which was also a film starring George C. Scott and Martin Sheen, and Termination Order, which the New York Times Book Review called “one of the best spy stories of the year”. His novel about the conspiracy surrounding the assassination of John Kennedy, Act Of Love, Act Of War, was republished in 1994 as Wall of Silence. He is also the author of several books as Philip Chase.

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Rage (1972)

An accidental nerve gas leak by the military kills not only a rancher’s livestock, but also his son. When he tries to hold the military accountable for their actions, he runs up against a wall of silence.

Starring George C. Scott, Richard Basehart, and Martin Sheen