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When it comes, the dénouement is no surprise; The Last Juror is less a story of suspense than a study of the often idyllic southern town of Clanton, Mississippi (the setting for Grisham's first novel, A Time to Kill). Throughout the nine years between Padgitt's trial and release, Traynor finds acceptance in Clanton, where the people "don't really trust you unless they trusted your grandfather." He grows from a long-haired idealist into another of the town's colorful characters--renovating an old house, sporting a bowtie, beloved on both sides of the color line, and the only person to have attended each of the town's 88 churches at least once. The Last Juror returns Grisham to the courtroom where he made his name, but those who enjoyed the warm sentiment of his recent novels (Bleachers, A Painted House) will still find much to love here. --Benjamin Reese --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Outstanding novel. All Grisham readers should read this one. A different plot for this novel that makes it pretty hard to put this book down.Published 13 hours ago by Ed Peters
If you love Grishams you'll love this one. While it's not quiet as fast paced as some it's quite well rounded.Published 2 days ago by Greg
I was rather disappointed that John Grisham wrote so many people and different scenarios instead of staying with the title of the book.Published 7 days ago by thomas cahill jr
It was written in the maner that you were thinking one villain but there were two.Published 13 days ago by Harry White Jr.
This book is very hard to put down. The story is compelling and moves along at a steady pace. The author really knows the people his prototypes portray and it shows as he developes... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Jay Dee