This is a sequel to Turow's book "Presumed Innocent" written some 20-odd years ago. Rusty Sabich is now a judge. His son is all grown up and a practicing attorney. It starts with the death of Rusty's wife (who happened to be bipolar) but then goes back about a year and a half in order to set up the sequence of events leading up to the time of her death.
I read the first book and remember liking it but not much else about it so I was intrigued by a sequel that appears so many years later. It didn't take long to discover that it wasn't worth reading. What with the profanity and nasty sleazy sleeping around that the main character does, it just made me sick. Don't bother with this one! Rated R.