by Bryan Stevenson
Editor: Random House USA Inc
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#1 New York Times best-seller – Named one of the Best Books of the Year by The New York Times and The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Seattle Times – Esquire Times Carnegie Medal Winner for Non-Fiction – NAACP Image Award Winner for Non-Fiction – Winner of One of the Books for Best Older – Finalist Award for Los Angeles Book Award – Finalist for Kirkus Reviews Award for An American Library Association Notables Book One BookOne of his first cases was that of Walter Makmillienom, a young man who was sentenced to death for a famous murder he insisted he did not commit.The case drew the Bryan into a tangle of conspiracy, political and legal machination of the tightrope–and transformed his understanding of mercy and justice forever.Just Mercy is both an unforgettable account of an idealist, young and talented advocate of the advent of age, a moving window into the lives of those he defended, and an inspiring argument for compassion in the pursuit of true justice.Praise for Just Mercy”, Just as moving as Killing a Mockingbird, and in some respects morea burning indictment of the American criminal justice and will agitation, salvation that struggles for the sometimes vulnerable returns”–David Cole, The New York Review of Books “Burning Winds, in MotionBryan Stevenson may, indeed, be in Mandela America”You don’t have to read too much time to start clapping for this man.
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