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Mystery Monday: Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham

Today’s mystery is by a favourite author, John Grisham and is a bit of a departure for him.  The Rogue Lawyer is Sebastian Rudd.  His office is a customized, bullet-proof van, he owns a Puerto Rican cage fighter, and his … Continue reading

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Junior/Teen Read: The Abduction, a Theodore Boone novel by John Grisham

This is the first Theodore Boone novel by John Grisham that I’ve read and is the second in the series.  Theo is a delightful character who will introduce young people to the exciting aspects of the court system, including Animal Court, … Continue reading

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You Got That Right*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist…:
In Agatha Christie’s Dumb Witness (AKA Poirot Loses a Client), Hercule Poirot and Captain Hastings investigate the murder of wealthy Emily Arundell. She’s left behind several relatives who are desperate for their…

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The Judge, Movie Review

Casting Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr. as The Judge and his son, the lawyer, was inspired.  Cocky, sardonic, and abrasive, Downey Jr. is the perfect foil for his overbearing, morally-superior father who is known by the whole town of … Continue reading

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Part of the Mind of Grisham

I finished The Street Lawyer: A Novel by Grisham. John Published by Dell (2010) Mass Market Paperback, while I was in NYC a week or so ago.  There were things about this book that I really liked.  It told a … Continue reading

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