Anything by John Grisham is a great read, but I’d have to say my favourite is The Last Juror. The story revolves around a young man who purchases a failing small-town newspaper, that is until a gruesome murder takes place. The young editor follows the story closely, covering all of the horrific details. The murderer is sentenced to life in jail, however, he’s released nine years later, and then the real trouble begins.
A page-turner through and through, you won’t be able to set it down until you’ve finished it. It’s a prequel to his first novel A Time To Kill and really helps add backstory to some of the more interesting characters of To Kill – Lucien Wilbanks and Harry Rex Vonner. The author, Grisham, is also an attorney and depicts the processes of the conviction very well which is always refreshing to see in a novel.
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