Le droit de tuer
Publish date: November 8th 2012
Publisher: Robert Laffont
Edition language: English
Series: Jake Brigance (#1)
My first John Grisham novel was his latest release, The Whistler: a capable, if not entirely thrilling, read. Because I give every author two chances to 'wow' me, I decided to take a stab at Grisham's debut, A Time to Kill. Wow. Wow wow wow. Was I impressed! Set in northeastern Mississippi (an a...
Great book, originally read it back when the movie came out but reread it again recently. Just as great.
I am generally a fan of John Grisham, whose books can be relied upon to be well paced, and tap-in to a common curiosity about courtroom dramas. Grisham also seems to often offer a critique of the US legal system, which makes for interesting observations, albeit woven into storylines that frequently ...
I got this book at a library book sale for only a quarter. I put it in my buy bag because I heard of Grisham's name and I had vaguely remembered hearing something about A Time To Kill. I didn't really know what it was about when I picked it up, but I knew that it would be a legal thriller. That's Gr...