It took only three sittings to race through John Grisham’s latest novel Rogue Lawyer. I wasn’t in a particular rush but like so much of his work it was hard to put down. I especially liked Rogue Lawyer because it added a few edgy contemporary issues.
” A lawyer like me is forced to work in the shadows. My opponents are protected by badges, uniforms, and all the myriad trappings of government power. They are a sworn and duty-bound to uphold the law, but since they cheat like hell it forces me to cheat even more.”
The story of the middle of the night police invasion of a private home is frightening and carries a familiar ring of cable news. Your mind may chill with images of surplus Army tanks, Kevlar and night vision goggles on the streets of local communities. The book has a menu other cases, characters and clients.
John Grisham’s Rogue Lawyer is indeed a good read. For other great Grisham novels search gordonsgoodreads.com