Sycamore Row by John Grisham

Sycamore Row

Sycamore Row was a fun read. Grisham returns to Clanton, Mississippi in Ford County twenty-five years after “A Time To Kill.” Jake Brigance is still a small town lawyer- his family still hasn’t fully recovered from the Hailey case but now there is suicide that fires the gossip throughout Ford County and Jake is in the middle of it. There is more to the case than meets the eye and Grisham does a good job of revealing it.

466 pages

Excerpts From My Kindle

As Harry Rex explained, in some of the most colorful and abusive language imaginable, it was important for the local folks to see and realize that Simeon Lang was not represented by Jake Brigance, but rather by some scumbag they’d never heard of. Welch understood perfectly. It was another clear example of what was never taught in law school. – location 4969-71

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