Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Book thirty-three: The King of Torts by John Grisham

I really enjoy a fast-paced legal piece of pulp fiction. Love, love, love it! And Grisham is splendid at conjuring up these stories that allow us glimpses of the justice system at work. It really comes down to who presents the best argument.

For this story, our hero is a young lawyer working as a public defender who is presented with a case that eventually leads him to mass tort litigation and millions of dollars in lawyer fees.

There is a love interest and intrigue and private jets and settlements. What more could you ask for?

33 down plus 19 to go.

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