By Donald McRae
“Wonderfully evocative… Donald McRae captures the nice Defender in all his complexity.... A pleasure to read.” — Kevin Boyle, nationwide ebook Award-winning writer of Arc of Justice
"Astonishingly vivid." —James Tobin, Award-winning writer of Ernie Pyle’s War
The tale of the 3 dramatic trials that resurrected the existence and profession of America’s such a lot colorful—and controversial—defense lawyer: Clarence Darrow. Many books, performs, and films have lined Darrow and the pains of Leopold and Loeb, John T. Scopes, and Ossian candy sooner than: Geoffrey Cowan’s The humans v. Clarence Darrow; Simon Baatz’s For the fun of It; Kevin Boyle’s Arc of Justice; Meyer Levin’s Compulsion and the movie variation of an identical identify; Inherit the Wind; yet few, if any, have accomplished the intimacy and immediacy of Donald McRae’s The nice Trials of Clarence Darrow.