Blogging from A-Z April Challenge – G

GG is for Grisham (John Grisham)

Since my late teens, early twenties John Grisham has been my favourite author and his books would be the only books I would ever read. I love nothing more than a tense legal drama and he has the ability to deliver every time. I think this is where my interest in the law came from!

My favourites include A Time to Kill and The Chamber for they’re books that pose real moral dilemmas as well as good courtroom drama. But I also particularly enjoyed The Innocent Man as this is non-fiction and based on a true story.

I’ve not quite read all of his books and do own most of them. The links will take you to those that I’ve reviewed for the blog.

  1. A Time To Kill – 1989 – read
  2. The Firm – 1991 – to read
  3. The Pelican Brief – 1992 – to read
  4. The Client – 1993 – to read
  5. The Chamber – 1994 – read
  6. The Rainmaker – 1995 – read
  7. The Runaway Jury – 1996 – to buy/read
  8. The Partner – 1997 – read
  9. The Street Lawyer – 1998 – read
  10. The Testament – 1999 – read
  11. The Brethren – 2000 – read
  12. A Painted House – 2001 – read
  13. Skipping Christmas – 2001 – read
  14. The Summons – 2002 – read
  15. The King Of Torts – 2003 – read
  16. Bleachers – 2003 – to buy/read
  17. The Last Juror – 2004 – read
  18. The Broker – 2005 – read
  19. The Innocent Man – 2006 – read
  20. Playing For Pizza -2007 – read
  21. The Appeal – 2008 – read
  22. The Associate – 2009 – read
  23. Ford County – 2009 – read
  24. Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer – 2010 – read
  25. The Confession – 2010 – read
  26. Theodore Boone: The Abduction – 2011 – read
  27. The Litigators – 2011 – read
  28. Calico Joe – 2012 – to buy/read
  29. Theodore Boone: The Accused – 2012 – read
  30. The Racketeer – 2012 – to read
  31. Theodore Boone: The Activist – 2013 – to read
  32. Fetching Raymond – 2013 – to buy/read
  33. Sycamore Row – 2013 – read
  34. Gray Mountain – 2014 – to buy/read
  35. Theodore Boone: The Fugitive – 2015
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My incomplete Grisham collection

Biography here John Grisham

Which author’s books do you own the most of?

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2 thoughts on “Blogging from A-Z April Challenge – G

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    The only Grisham novel that I’ve read is The Associate. I was not overly impressed by it, but judging from the reviews I was not alone. This apparently is one of his less good novels, but by overall novel standards it wasn’t too bad of a read.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Tossing It Out

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