Eclectic, avid listener, favorite book is the one currently in ear.
So "Sycamore Row" doesn't have the breathtaking... can't put it down feel of his "The Firm" or "Runaway Jury" type books. But it is a solid, enjoyable read that is more or less a sequel to "A Time to Kill" (his first novel). The same cast of characters were even more enjoyable this time around. The book is probably a PG-13 with a suicide and a lynching, but very little strong language and only a few references to sex. The end was predictable, but I enjoyed hearing it told in his words. It's a keeper.