John Grisham has written twenty previous novels and one work of nonfiction, The Innocent Man, published in 2006. He lives in Virginia and Mississippi.
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"GRISHAM HAS A FIELD DAY...The Associate grabs the reader quickly
and becomes impossible to put down." --Janet Maslin, "The New York
"Grisham's confident style hasn't changed, and THERE'S SUSPENSE APLENTY." --"People"
"Grisham makes it easy for us to keep flipping the pages...A DEVASTATING PORTRAIT OF THE BIG-TIME, BIG-BUCKS LEGAL WORLD." --Patrick Anderson, "The Washington Post"
"Throughout, Grisham unwinds the spool of his narrative at a MASTERFUL, page-turning pace that pulls readers in and keeps them wanting more..."The Associate" is an absorbing thriller that's A FITTING FOLLOW-UP TO "THE FIRM."" --"The Boston Globe"
"COMPULSIVELY READABLE...You're peering into a secret world of power and money. What more could you or any red-blooded American ask for?" --"Time" magazine
"A PAGE-TURNER...Kyle McAvoy recalls Mitch McDeere from Grisham's breakout novel "The Firm." He's young, idealistic, handsome, a little too cocky for his own good, but a brilliant lawyer who gets pulled in over his head and given an education in how the world really works." --"The Los Angeles Times"
"From the Hardcover edition."