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Grisham

John. born 1955, US novelist and lawyer; his legal thrillers, many of which have been filmed, include A Time to Kill (1989), The Pelican Brief (1992), and The Summons (2002)
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Still, it is fascinating to see John Grisham go forth in such an unusual direction, even if 'Rooster Bar' is as flawed as its lawyers, as outlandish as their big scheme.
It won't be long before John Grisham will be thought of--if he isn't already--as the Stephen King of the procedural, relentlessly turning out book after book while crafting compulsively readable stories out of whatever topic interests him at the time.
John Grisham started with his first novel A Time to Kill and has written twenty novels most of them in the legal fiction genre and others in good fiction story telling.
John Grisham and author Scott Turow spoke at a recent fundraiser benefiting the Mississippi Innocence Project, where exoneree Cedric Willis also shared his testimonial.
PLAYING FOR PIZZA by John Grisham (Century pounds 15) VERDICT: ***
It's kind of a way of fighting back, because we do get hammered," says best-selling author John Grisham, whose picture also appears on the poster.
Paperback 1 (1) Spies, Michael Frayn 2 (-) Funky Food: Red Nose Day 2003, Jamie Oliver 3 (3) Fingersmith, Sarah Waters 4 (5) Girl From The South, Joanna Trollope 5 (2) Stupid White Men, Michael Moore 6 (4) My Lover's Lover, Maggie O'Farrell 7 (6) The Road To Nab End, William Woodruff 8 (-) New Diet Revolution, Robert C Atkins 9 (-) The Hours, Michael Cunningham 10 (7) The Summons, John Grisham
It's not quite a thriller, not quite a story of sensitive Americans abroad, but a little of both--think John Grisham meets The English Patient.
But unless you're Aretha Franklin, Steven Spielberg or John Grisham, [intellectual] bonds aren't necessarily the best option.
In a powerful story, John Grisham tells it like it is on both sides of the street.
AUSTIN, Texas -- John Grisham, attorney and best-selling author, is donating $20,000 to the Texas Access to Justice Commission to partially sponsor law-student interns working at legal aid organizations this summer.