Book Review of The Last Juror

The Last Juror
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My favorite Grisham novels have been his earlier ones, where he dealt with the legal problems of "the little guy." For some time since those earlier novels his writing has focused on crimes and law that involved big corporations, big money, big law firms. Now, finally, he once again returns to his small town southern roots and the common everyday folk of those earlier stories. "The Last Juror" might be the best of such stories he's written since "A Time to Kill."