Nothing takes the chill out of February quite like the newest legal thriller from Grisham. This time he pulls out all the stops as he dazzles readers once again with the storytelling skill that's made him America's number one bestselling author. Abridged. 5 CDs.
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by John Grisham
by John Flanagan
by John Ritter
by John Duggleby
by Michael McElroy
by Michael Drout
by Kathryn Erskine
by Jennifer Mathieu
by John Ramsden
by John Kricher
"Michael Beck's narration successfully captures the ambiance of life in Mississippi in this story of justice, revenge, and the interweaving of lives in a small town. As told by Willie Traynor, a college dropout who buys the local paper in 1973, the story's central thread is the trial of Danny Padgett for the murder of a single mother and the ways it affects the town for years to come. Beck has Willie's voice and personality from the first sentence and is equally successful in capturing the people Willie comes to care about during the years he spends there. Although some minor characters sound a bit alike, this is a minor quibble in a novel that encompasses so many. At the end, the listener almost feels if he knows the people of Clinton as well as Willie does--and hates to leave them. M.A.M. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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