By John Grisham
Review by Roberta
If you are a John Grisham fan, you may be slightly disappointed in this latest novel. It does not have quite the drama, pace, and legalese of previous novels. However, it is a good story and worth reading.
The novel begins with an intricately planned and nearly perfect heist of rare F. Scott Fitzgerald manuscripts from Princeton University by some very clever thieves. Although the manuscripts are insured for $25 million dollars, the university wants the manuscripts back and the insurance company also prefers this outcome. Continue reading