The Associate Paperback – 5 Nov 2009
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"It's a damned good read. This is Grisham returning to what he knows best." (Scotland on Sunday)
"Grisham paints a fascinating picture. Vintage Grisham, with a really believable ending" (The Guardian)
"Tense and exciting" (Evening Standard)
"Easily his most recognisably 'back to form' novel since The Firm. Grisham has returned with a vengeance to his trademark territory: the grim world of corporate law and the sinister machinations of the men on its fringes." (The Times)
"In typical Grisham fashion it does hurtle along at a decent clip" (London Lite)
About the Author
John Grisham is the author of twenty-two novels, one work of non-fiction, a collection of short stories, and a novel for young readers. He is on the Board of Directors for the Innocence Project in New York and is the Chairman on the Board of Directors for the Mississippi Innocence Project at the Mississippi School of Law. He lives in Virginia and Mississippi. His website is www.johngrisham.co.uk
From the Publisher
Mitch McDeere thinks he’s found his dream job.
But the law firm he’s working for turns out to be a nightmare.
They’re mob lawyers, and Mitch is caught between the Mafia and the FBI.
He needs a way out, and fast – because you don’t want this firm’s severance package…
Adapted as a hit movie starring Tom Cruise.
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What has happened to the guy? His earlier books were terrific with fast paced unputdownable storylines -- this is a disaster. Goodbye JG, never again! It only gets one star because there is no option to award zero.
- No tenons or dovetails in it anywhere. Short haul flight reading that you'd leave on your seat finished or not.
Grisham is more than capable of writing a masterpiece to hook you and drag you along every last word. Where has it been in recent times? It's almost as if he is just cashing in on his reputation of years gone by and is happy to churn out any old rubbish to prop up the pension fund.
To date we haven't seen Lee Child or the magnificent Harlan Coben willing to settle for second best. Do not waste your time or money on this piece of drivel. Stick to authors who will stay honest to their craft.