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    • Sonya Hamlin interview, 1985

    • Trial practice - United States; Jury - United States; Forensic oratory; Persuasion (Psychology)
    • Sonya Hamlin discusses her book, “What Makes Juries Listen.” She begins by explaining that juries respond to drama and emotion best, and that lawyers should treat a trial like a television show. She says that the book is a good tool for...
    • Steve Oney interview

    • Trials (Murder) - Georgia - Atlanta - Case studies; Lynching - Georgia - Marietta - Case studies; Murder - Georgia - Atlanta - Case studies; Frank, Leo, 1884-1915; Phagan, Mary, d. 1913
    • Steve Oney discusses his book, “And the Dead Shall Rise.” He begins by explaining that the book is an analysis of the 1913 lynching of Leo Frank. Frank, a Jewish manager of a factory in Atlanta, Georgia was charged with the murder of...
    • Rikki Klieman interview, 2003 July

    • Women lawyers - New York - Biography
    • Rikki Klieman discusses her book, “Fairy Tales Can Come True: How a Driven Woman Changed Her Destiny,” co-authored with Peter Knobler. Klieman says she loved being a trial lawyer and being in the courtroom. She also shares that she had wanted...
    • Calvin Trillin interview, 1995 June

    • American essays
    • Calvin Trillin discusses his book, “Too Soon to Tell,” a collection of essays from his syndicated newspaper column and pieces from “The New Yorker.” Trillin talks about technology and how the computer has transformed lives. He goes on to...
    • Darcy O’Brien interview, 1986

    • Bianchi, Ken; Buono, Angelo; Murderers - United States - Biography; Murder - United States - Case Studies; Trials (Murder) - California - Los Angeles
    • Darcy O’Brien discusses his book, “Two of a Kind: The Hillside Stranglers,” which is about two men, Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, who without conscience, killed multiple women by kidnapping, raping, and torturing them in the Los Angeles...
    • John De Lorean interview, 1985

    • De Lorean, John Z.; De Lorean Motor Company - History; Businesspeople - United States - Biography; Automobile industry and trade - United States - History; Automobile industry and trade - Northern Ireland - History
    • John De Lorean discusses his book, “DeLorean.” He begins by explaining that he began the famous DeLorean Motor Company. He talks about growing up in Detriot, and becoming the CEO of General Motors Company. He discusses how he started his...
    • Dylan Schaffer interview

    • California, Northern - Fiction; Public defenders - Fiction; Indecent exposure - Fiction; Attorney and client - Fiction
    • Dylan Schaffer discusses his book, “Misdemeanor Man.” He begins by explaining the plot of the book, which follows the main character Gordon who deals with low-level cases in the public defender's office and performs in a Berry Manilow tribute...
    • George Minot interview, 2004 May

    • Conflict of generations - Fiction; Parent and adult child - Fiction; Brothers and sisters - Fiction; Fathers - Death - Fiction; Trials (Murder) - Fiction; Painters - Fiction; New England - Fiction
    • George Minot discusses his novel, “The Blue Bowl” He shares the plot of the book, which follows a young painter, Simon Curtis, who becomes the prime suspect in his father’s murder trial. In the novel, Minot portrays children scarred by their...
    • Lisa Scottline interview, 2004 June 21

    • Rosato & Associates (Imaginary organization) - Fiction; Women lawyers - Fiction; Philadelphia (Pa.) - Fiction
    • Lisa Scottoline discusses her book, “Killer Smile.” She begins by explaining the plot which follows the protagonist, Mary, a lawyer that works in an all female firm. She is assigned a case in which she researches an Italian man who was wrongly...
    • Denny McLain interview, 1988 September

    • Ex-convicts - United States - Biography; Baseball - United States - Biography; McLain, Denny
    • Denny McLain discusses his book, “Strikeout.” He begins by explaining that the book is an autobiographical account of his life. He discusses how he got involved in baseball and how difficult it was to make the transition from being a major...
    • Myrlie Evers-Williams interview

    • African American women - Mississippi - Biography; African American women - Conduct of life; Women - United States - Conduct of life; Single mothers - United States - Psychology; Child rearing - United States
    • Myrlie Evers-Williams discusses her book, “Watch Me Fly: What I Learned on the Way to Becoming the Woman I was Meant to be.” Evers–Williams talks about her grandmother’s influence and the importance of speaking clearly and correctly. She...
    • Denise Hamilton interview, 2003 March 24

    • Los Angeles (Calif.) - Fiction; Women journalists - Fiction; Diamond, Eve (Fictitious character) - Fiction
    • Denise Hamilton discusses her book, “Sugar Skull.” She begins by explaining that this book is part of her Eve Diamond crime novel series. The book’s plot follows “Los Angeles Times” reporter Eve Diamond as she investigates the murder of...
    • Marissa Batt interview, 2005 April 12

    • Batt, Marissa N.; Public prosecutors - California - Los Angeles - Biography; Criminal justice, Administration of - California - Los Angeles
    • Marissa Batt discusses her book, “Ready for the People.” She begins by explaining that the book explores her twenty-five year career working as a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles. The book covers three specific trials in detail. She then...
    • Robert Olen Butler interview, 1985

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975 - Fiction
    • Robert Olen Butler discusses his novel, “On Distant Ground.” He begins by explaining that his book is about a Vietnam veteran who is on trial. He talks about how prisons were set up in Vietnam by the American troops. He describes visions...
    • Gerald Posner and John Ware interview, 1986

    • Mengele, Josef, 1911-1979; Auschwitz (Concentration camp); War criminals - Germany - Biography; Physicians - Germany - Biography; World war, 1939-1945 - Atrocities; Human experimentation in medicine
    • Posner begins the discussion covering how his work as a lawyer prompted him to research and write about Mengele. Posner and Connie spend the first interview segment talking about the people who influenced, mentored, and supported Mengele throughout...
    • Lou Cannon interview, 1997

    • King, Rodney; Los Angeles (Calif.). Police Dept; Riots - California - Los Angeles - History - 20th century; Racism - California - Los Angeles - History - 20th century; African Americans - Civil rights - California - Los Angeles - History - 20th...
    • Lou Cannon discusses his book, “Official Negligence.” He begins the interview by explaining what caused the Watts riots and how the courts ruled against Rodney King. He describes how he was a journalist for the Washington Post and came to Los...
    • Dinah Lenney interview, 2007 May 04

    • Gross, Nelson, 1932-1997; Lenney, Dinah; Murder - New Jersey - Case studies; Millionaires - Crimes against - New Jersey - Case studies; Children of murder victims - United States - Biography; Fathers and daughters - United States - Biography;...
    • Dinah Lenney discusses her book, “Bigger than Life.” She begins by explaining that the book is a memoir of her life and experiences beginning with the traumatic event of her father’s kidnapping in 1997. She shares how her father, Nelson...
    • Sol Wachtler interview

    • Augusta (Ga.) - Fiction; Antisemitism - Fiction; Trials (Murder) - Fiction; Male friendship - Fiction
    • Sol Wachtler discusses his book, “Blood Brothers.” He begins by sharing the book’s plot. He explains that during the late 1950s, fifteen-year-old Luke Lupton befriends T.C. Simmons. Since Luke is one of the town’s very few Jewish residents...
    • Joseph Wambaugh interview

    • Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) - Fiction; Police - California - Los Angeles - Fiction
    • Joseph Wambaugh discusses his book, “Hollywood Station.” He begins by explaining that the book takes place in the present day Los Angles Police Department. The book’s plot follows the officers of Hollywood station as they deal with the...
    • Robert Tanenbaum interview, 2005

    • Karp, Butch (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Ciampi, Marlene (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Brighton Beach (N.J.) - Fiction; Public prosecutors - Fiction; Trials (Rape) - Fiction; New York (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Robert Tanenbaum discusses his novel, “Fury.” He begins by explaining how he wanted to write a book based on how people’s lives can change in one moment. He describes plot details and gives an overview of a rape case, trial, and legal...

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