Monday, November 22, 2010

Recommended Reading: John Grisham's New Novel, 'The Confession'

Regular readers of AltTulsa will know that we have used this space to sing the praises of John Grisham, the writer of popular legal thrillers. 

Beyond novels, Grisham has tackled non-fiction, most notably (for Oklahomans) in The Innocent Man, a powerful expose about injustice in small-town Oklahoma (read: Ada). It's a chilling and important story. Every Oklahoman who is concerned about fairness and justice in law enforcement should read and contemplate this sorted tale.

Grisham's new novel, The Confession, hit the shelves last month. We can't say anything about the book because we haven't read it, but we're happy to recommend it based on Grisham's track record. Check it out.

A link to Grisham's website is here.

1 comment:

Tulsan said...

I enjoyed his "The King of Torts" a couple of years ago. Definitely prescient about the direction of our courts.