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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt by C. W. Grafton
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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1950)

by C. W. Grafton

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Top notch courtroom drama about a man who defends himself on a murder charge. The fact that he has confessed the crime to the police kind of raises the bar for him, so to speak. The first half of the book may seem a little slow and even padded, but have faith: you will be rewarded for sticking with it. C.W. Grafton was the father of Sue Grafton, author of all those alphabet titles. Further evidence that talent skips generations? ( )
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