I found this Phillip Roth book uninteresting and hard to follow. Not one of the best of Roth's endeavors.
I just couldn't follow it.
She has a nice voice, but I found it very difficult to understand her. I tried, but it just didn't work.
Grisham has written probably his best book yet, and I have read and loved them all. Basically, he exposes the Texas system of executing criminals, the highest percentage of any other state. An innocent man is in prison, awaiting execution. The real killer shows up and involves a local pastor in his apparent need to save the innocent man and confess that he is the real killer. Many parts of this story are very sensitive. Exposes a lot of corruption in the city government in a small town in Texas. Keep your Kleenex handy.
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