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Palo Alto lawyer spins real-life experience into fictional thriller

Original post made on Oct 4, 2019

Mitchell Zimmerman drew on his experience as a civil rights worker, long career as a technology lawyer and 22 years volunteering on a case in which he eventually got a San Quentin inmate off death row for his new historical thriller.

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