My Review (5 stars out of 5)
For forty years, lawyer John Henry Browne has defended people who some might think were undefendable. From Facebook folk hero Colton Moore to Kandahar massacre perpetrator Sergeant Robert Bales, Browne has often taken cases that appear unwinnable. His most famous client, however, is one of America’s most infamous serial killers – Ted Bundy.
This legal memoir presents a candid view of one lawyer’s career, detailing the many challenging situations he has found himself in during more than four decades as an attorney. Although details of his association with Ted Bundy may seem to be the most attractive thing about this book, Browne has defended a host of other clients whose stories are just as fascinating and, in some cases, just as shocking. From his childhood antics through his ‘hippy’ phase and drug/alcohol addictions, Browne gives a fascinating insight into how the law works, as well as the many difficulties he faced trying to achieve justice for his clients.
The audiobook is narrated by Joe Barrett.