Sycamore Row - Limited Edition by John GrishamSycamore Row - Limited Edition by John Grisham

Sycamore Row - Limited Edition

byJohn Grisham

Hardcover | November 26, 2013

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The suspense never rests when A Time to Kill's Jake Brigance fights the good fight once again.

Often named an all-time favorite by John Grisham's legions of fans, the book that started it all gets a brand-new chapter. America's favorite storyteller returns to Ford County, Mississippi, where defense attorney Jake Brigance will have to fight for justice in a trial that could tear the small town of Clanton apart.
JOHN GRISHAM is the author of twenty-six novels, one work of nonfiction, a collection of stories, and two novels for young readers. He lives in Virginia and Mississippi.
Title:Sycamore Row - Limited EditionFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:464 pages, 10.08 × 6.67 × 1.68 inShipping dimensions:10.08 × 6.67 × 1.68 inPublished:November 26, 2013Publisher:Knopf Doubleday Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:038553793X

ISBN - 13:9780385537933


Editorial Reviews

Praise for the novels of John Grisham   "John Grisham is about as good a storyteller as we've got in the United States these days." —The New York Times Book Review "John Grisham is exceptionally good at what he does—indeed, right now in this country, nobody does it better." —Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post  "Grisham is a marvelous storyteller who works readers the way a good trial lawyer works a jury." —Philadelphia Inquirer  "John Grisham owns the legal thriller." —The Denver Post  "John Grisham is not just popular, he is one of the most popular novelists of our time. He is a craftsman and he writes good stories, engaging characters, and clever plots." —Seattle Times "A legal literary legend." —USA Today