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But when Thomas gets splattered by a car bomb meant for Darby, she escapes the hospital and hooks up with a Washington Post reporter, Gray Grantham, who sleuths like the guys in All the President's Men.
Grisham wishes he hadn't written The Pelican Brief quite so quickly (his first novel, A Time to Kill, went through dozens of drafts), but Pelican's very breathlessness contributes to its dreamy, cinematic chase-o-rama atmosphere. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
I'm not much of a literary critic and don't analyze too much. I just read for the entertainment. It was another good book by John Grisham. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Kenny Schoborg
I can't say anything about the magazines I have not received one yetPublished 18 days ago by Marianne Tischner
This is an oldy, but a goodie...John Grisham does a terrific job with this story about a law student who unwittingly solves the murders of two Supreme Court justices and finds... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MC Phillips