Sycamore Row by John Grisham Paperback Book


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Author: John Grisham

Narrator: Beck, Michael

Format: Unabridged-CD, Paperback, Abridged-CD

Publisher: Random House Audio

Published: Oct 2013

Genre: Fiction - Suspense

Retail Price: $45.00


For almost a quarter of a century, John Grisham's A TIME TO KILL has captivated readers with its raw exploration of race, retribution, and justice. Now, its hero, Jake Brigance, returns to the courtroom in a dramatic showdown as Ford County again confronts its tortured history. Filled with the intrigue, suspense and plot twists that are the hallmarks of America's favorite storyteller, SYCAMORE ROW is the thrilling story of the elusive search for justice in a small Southern town.

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BookLender review by Carla on 2013-11-25 03:07:50

Sycamore Row is all the things I like in a John Grisham book. . I wasnt sure what to expect after The Racketeer. That was just bad. It seemed like it had been hastily slapped together by a writer with a contractual obligation and no enthusiasm. I always think of Grisham novels, along with graphically outlining the current ills of this country, as being about the Romance of Money. Theres always this huge pile at stake and usually wire transfers to the Cayman Islandswho will get ithow will they spend itwill they accept it at all. By the end we **** well know where every penny went and why. But its fun and you carehis writing puts you right in the room, hoping against hope the hero is going to pull it all off somehow. And by the end you hope all his salty old sidekicks manage to pull themselves together too. Just once though Id like to see one of his saintly elderly black women be the bad guy. Just to be fair.