- Author:Philip Friedman
- Publisher:Atheneum; First edition, first printing. edition (August 31, 1972)
- Pages:314 pages
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Philip Friedman (born January 8, 1944) is an American author and attorney.
Philip Friedman (born January 8, 1944) is an American author and attorney. His book Reasonable Doubt spent 15 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list He is also the co-author of a nonfiction book about the Pilates Method, co-author of the screenplay for the Warner Brothers movie Rage, and a practicing attorney.
It was the Pentagon's ultra-secret weapon: nerve gas. And three hundred pounds. Philip Friedman’s novels Reasonable Doubt, Inadmissible Evidence and Grand Jury spent a total of 26 weeks on The New York Times’ bestseller lists, and appeared on bestseller lists around the world.
Philip Friedman, author of the international bestsellers Reasonable Doubt, Inadmissible Evidence, and Grand Jury, is an attorney living in New York City. He is also the author of several books as Philip Chase. His novel about the conspiracy surrounding the assassination of John Kennedy, Act Of Love, Act Of War, was republished in 1994 as Wall of Silence.
Philip Friedman's novel is frightening, controversial, and relentlessly suspenseful. The film version, directed by and starring George C. Scott, was produced by Warner Bros. ISBN13:9780689105364.
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