This book provides a fairly interesting treatment of the death penalty. Grisham develops the main characters fairly well, and the plot is interesting and compelling. Grisham books are always smooth and well crafted.
I raced through the book, although a few parts seemed to drag just a bit. I think I have heard or read all of Grisham's books, and this one seems a little different. However, I still get each one as soon as it comes out, and I am never sorry that I spent my credits on Grisham. Thumbs up.
Seems like a fascinating story. The frequent, annoying redaction tones ruin it. I made it to chapter 4, when I finally had enough.
I hate to say it, cause I agree with Ms. Plame on the politics here, but this book is not listenable at all. 1 star.
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