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The Racketeer by John Grisham

The Racketeer by John Grisham

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Published by Doubleday
John Grisham sets a new gold standard in a legal thriller so entertaining, it's a crime. Read the first two chapters now.
John Grisham sets a new gold standard in a legal thriller so entertaining, it's a crime. Read the first two chapters now.

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Published by: Doubleday on Oct 17, 2012
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Coop Cooper added this note
I have always enjoyed the works of John Grisham, I doubt that Mr. Donald Harper's comment is credible. I hope Grisham never stops writing as I found his writing amazing. Susan Schneider you made me chuckle but nice recovery, I am certain that James Patterson would consider your comment a compliment. Rhonda I agree but I must now order and read. I am sure I will be turning the pages soon. Unf
Kyung Shik Kim added this note
Why cannot I read the excerpt of racketeer by John grisham on iPad.
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Ronda Theroff added this note
I believe it is in JG's formula to try & "flesh out" his characters as much as possible within the first few chapters, along with building the framework for his storyline. Now, although I don't believe he's always done this, it seems to be where he's gone through several of his best selling novels and it seems to work for him. While I agree, Donald, that this formula CAN make for a first chapter
Donald Harper added this note
Waste of my time. In the past we could always say "at least he tells a good story." Now we can say "boring." If this is the best, Mr. Grisham, time to quit.
Shirley Guendling added this note
Haven't enjoyed a book this good in months! This is John Grisham at his best. Don't know how he managed to switch from 1st person to 3rd person without the reader realizing it. A wonderful read! Thank you.
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