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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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With this novel, John Grisham continues to prove that he is a fine writer, whether the book's scenes are set in a courtroom or not.
Author John Grisham takes readers on a journey to the Deep South in 1946 in "The Reckoning." The main character, Pete Banning, was a prisoner of war in World War II.
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.
Washington, October 29 ( ANI ): John Grisham has prescribed some light reading for President Obama, so that the liberal politician could loosen up a bit.
1 Cardboard City by Gerald O'Neill (pounds 8.99) 2 Bared to You by Sylvia Day (Penguin, pounds 7.99) 3 Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James (Cornerstone, pounds 7.99) 4 The Affair by Lee Child (Transworld, pounds 7.99) 5 Game of Thrones by George R R Martin (Harpercollins, pounds 8.99) 6 Kimberley's Capital Punishment by Richard Milward (Faber & Faber, pounds 14.99) 7 The Kingmaker's Daughter by Philippa Gregory (Simon & Schuster, pounds 18.99) 8 Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan (Vintage, pounds 18.99) 9 Last to Die by Tess Gerritsen (Transworld, pounds 18.99) 10 The Litigators by John Grisham (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 7.99) List compiled by Waterstones, Captain Cook Square, Middlesbrough.
John Grisham, author of legal thriller novels for adults, has signed a deal with publishers Hodder & Stoughton to write two books for the children's market.
JOHN Grisham proves he can turn his hand to a country tale or two.
I first discovered John Grisham when I picked up his second novel of this little known author, The Firm.
They read in a newspaper that an average American reads John Grisham, eats pizza, etc., and the particular episode ends with Lithgow and Company all reading a Grisham bestseller and eating pizza)--the man, Grisham still remains an enigma.
Initially funded by Columbus attorney Wilbur Colom and Mississippi author John Grisham, the Mississippi Innocence Project is seeking support and staff to meet the state's needs.
PLAYING FOR PIZZA by John Grisham (Century pounds 15) VERDICT: ***