Sometimes you just need an old-fashioned story and a master storyteller to write a good book. That is the case with “The Reckoning: A Novel” (Doubleday, New York, 2018, 420 pages), the new book from John Grisham, the master of the courtroom thriller and author of 1989’s “A Time to Kill,” among many, many others.
As the master of the legal thriller genre, John Grisham has written about some truly shady lawyers. Aside from the corrupt big wigs at giant law firms, Grisham has written
John Grisham is trying something truly different. Grisham, better known as the master of the legal thriller, has sold millions and generated movies from his suspenseful books about lawyers and the American justice system.
There are several unusual things readers will notice immediately in John Grisham’s newest book, “The Whistler” (Doubleday, New York, 2016, 374 pages). The book features a female protagonist, only Grisham’s
Barbra Streisand and John Grisham are among the honorary board members for a facility dedicated to the late Pat Conroy that plans to open this fall.
IN HIS previous 27 novels, John Grisham mastered the art of the legal thriller and chronicled the range of fictional legal behavior from the absolute boy scout (Jake Brigance from
PALO, Leyte—When American best-selling author Mitch Albom visited the Philippines in February 2014 on the invitation of National Book Store, he made sure this sojourn included a
Unknown to many, bestselling author John Grisham, known as the master of the legal thriller, is a former congressman and a lawyer who returned to the courtroom in 1996 on behalf of a railroad worker who was killed in the line of work; Grisham won.