Reversible Errors

I’ve only ever read one previous Scott Turow novel – Presumed Innocent which of course was made into a Harrison Ford film.
I don’t know how many books he’s written since but when this came out in hardback, it seemed to receive good reviews, so I thought I’d give it whirl.
I was a little disappointed overall though, as while it was a perfectly good book, it was nothing special. I’ve never read a John Grisham novel, and I’m quite prepared to believe that it’s better than an average one of his, but it really isn’t that special.
It’s an easy read, although heavy on US legalese as one would probably expect.