The Last Juror

by | Publisher: Dell
Average vote of 1325
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In 1970, one of Mississippi's more colorful weekly newspapers, The Ford County Times, went bankrupt. To the surprise and dismay of many, ownership was assumed by a 23 year-old college dropout, named Willie Traynor. The future of the paper looked gri ...Continua
Wrote 12/14/13
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“lo studio puzzava di casi andati storti, clienti insoddisfatti e bollette non pagate. La moquette era macchiata e logora. I mobili erano un residuo degli anni Cinquanta. L’aria era impestata dalla nebbia rancida di sigarette vecchie e nuove, strati...Continua
Andrew Wong
Wrote 10/24/11
This is the third book by Grisham I read, and a rather disappointing one after reading "the appeal" (which is good) and "the runnaway jury" (which is wonderful). As my friend EL has rightly pointed out, too many distractions, too many unnecessary cha...Continua
Wrote 8/11/10
Really bad story without a main theme. Main character was a owner of a newspaper in a small town. A murder case happened and a wealthy criminal was properly convicted. The criminal threatened to kill the jurors if they gave a guilty verdict. They did...Continua
Wrote 5/20/10
Grisham is Great

I love his writing style and subjects. He pulls you in with charectors you can relate to and takes you on a legal ride that never dissappoints! This book did have me missing my grandmothers southern cooking!

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