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Grisham Cherry

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This book really puts Ferugson in perspective for me. A black guy takes justice in his own hand after his little girl is raped and assaulted by two white kids. It’s not so much a holiday read but it’s a good story. I have now read popular novelists like Gillian Flynn, Jeffrey Archer, Lee Child, and Scott Turow, John Grisham by far comes out as the top. He doesn’t just tell the story, but constructs a social fabric of all who involve with contradicting causes. I’m surprised this was his first novel.

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