This tightly plotted novel by John Grisham reminds why he's such a popular author. Malcolm Bannister is currently serving time at a federal prison camp in Maryland. When he tell the authorities that he knows who killed a federal judge, he becomes a protected witness. As the story rapidly unfolds, the reader is taken on a journey that reveals the many hidden complexities and relationships between witnesses, the FBI, and the judicial system. You're never quite sure who is the good guy and who is the bad guy...
Grisham is a consistently good author. This is another winner. 7 of 10 for me.
True Grisham form it was a little slow at first but I am glad I hung on to the end. There were enough twists to keep me interested all the way to the end.
Another Grisham tale with a twist...excellent book that keeps the reader guessing almost until the very end. The narrator on the audiobook was most excellent as well.
Really, really boring as an downloadable audiobook. Was like listening to a mundane news story. Ugh!
Just an average read. I used to Love John Grisham books however I find myself getting bored with them now. Same old, same old. I guess now, I'm looking for books that touch on my emotions somehow.
The story kind of wanders around for a while and in the middle you are not sure if you have picked up a new book or not.
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