Again, John Grisham proves himself among the great storytellers in American literature. CAMINO ISLAND fits the bill for a wonderful summer read and Grisham leaves the lawyers behind and writes of authors, writers and the theft of the original F. Scott Fitzgerald manuscripts from their safekeeping at Princeton University. He is so compelling in his prose, of course, you believe it may have actually happened.
And so the story begins and the twists and turns roll through the pages. As is my custom, I will allow you to discover the conclusion. The good news is that the novel m,reads so well you will arrive at the finish in four sittings or less.
A refreshing good read, An enjoyable break from some heavier selections on your summer list.