Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Book Review: "Rogue Lawyer" by John Grisham

If you turned down a job as Sebastian Rudd's secretary, no one would blame you.  No matter how much the position paid.

Rudd wasn't just given the name "Rogue Lawyer," he earned it.  His clients and practice are, shall we say, a bit unorthodox.  The kind of stuff that you'd see in a movie or TV series.  The kind of stuff you'd like to see in a movie or TV series.  

Action, violence, corruption and a bit of everything that happens in between.  

John Grisham's latest novel is sure to delight both Grisham fans and all fans of legal mysteries.  Told as several different stories, the book is fast paced, eye-opening and a lot of fun.

In bookstores and online now.

"Sebastian Rudd is not your typical street lawyer. He works out of a customized bulletproof van, complete with Wi-Fi, a bar, a small fridge, fine leather chairs, a hidden gun compartment, and a heavily armed driver. He has no firm, no partners, no associates, and only one employee, his driver, who’s also his bodyguard, law clerk, confidant, and golf caddy. He lives alone in a small but extremely safe penthouse apartment, and his primary piece of furniture is a vintage pool table. He drinks small-batch bourbon and carries a gun."

"Rogue Lawyer" by John Grisham