The Kindle County series is a series of legal thriller novels by American author Scott Turow. The first book in the series, Presumed Innocent (which does not feature Dubinsky), was made into a movie starring Harrison Ford as Rusty Sabich in 1990. It grossed an impressive $221 million worldwide at the box office.


Scott Turow is an American novelist of legal thriller novels. Like most good legal thriller authors, Turow is a lawyer (who continues to practice). Three of his novels – Presumed Innocent, The Burden of Proof and Reversible Errors – have been adapted into films.