We may not brush our hair, change out of our pajamas, or sit down at the dining table, but we always make time to read.
Sunday, December 29, 2013
The Racketeer - John Grisham
It doesn't matter how much worse and formulaic these Grisham novels get as the years go on, I will still read them as fast as he can write them. The Racketeer features an inmate at a Federal Prison, Malcolm Bannister, who has information about the killer in the recent homicide of a judge. As law enforcement's leads grow cold, Bannister's information becomes all the more valuable - and he's willing to trade it for his freedom. There are some pretty clever, and not all that predictable twists and turns that kept this one an interesting and worthwhile read (especially for fans of Grisham and a good mystery).