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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.
Grisham at his finest weaves a talented mystery of big oil, powerful lawyers, a weak Presidency and strong characters into a compelling "can't put it down" drama. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Alan R Zamchick
I thank John Grisham for creating this wildly entertaining and thought provoking work. I am in awe of his talents and so grateful for them. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Strebel
I have never been disappointed in a Grisham novel and "The Pelican Brief" was a quick and fun read. Good Book.Published 25 days ago by Lynze Bergmann
John Grisham at his best. Read most of his work except those made into movies. As expected, book was better than the movie.Published 29 days ago by Bruce
Can't believe I waited this long to read this, such a good read and well written.Published 1 month ago by gps
I believe this was one of Grisham's early books. Of course he writes of an interesting topic with a steady pace.Published 1 month ago by mtmama