Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham 344 pages
If you are guilty, you should expect to pay Rudd big bucks, if you have been railroaded, Rudd just might defend you for free. Sebastian doesn't have much of a personal life, but he has a 7 year-old son that his ex-wife barely allows him to see. He is also involved in the local cage-fighting scene, where he is a financial backer of an up and coming fighter. Life is complicated.
The book starts out feeling like it will be a collection of short stories, but after the first story and part, the rest of the book's stories are related and flow. This is not John Grisham's finest,but it was still enjoyable and kept my interest throughout the story. The book ended in a way that left the door wide open for us to hear more from Sebastian Rudd.