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    I've started Sycamore Row by John Grisham. This 2013 novel continues the story of small-town Mississippi attorney Jake Brigance, who was the protagonist in A Time to Kill.

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    I'm now reading Our Sacred Honor, the 6th novel in the Luke Stone series by Jack Mars. Agent Stone is now having a romantic relationship with the first female president of the US, who before entering politics was a swimsuit model.

    (In my personal headcanon for Jessica, I've given her several Swedish cousins. One of whom is a swimsuit model and another who is a politician on track to be prime minister someday but even I never thought of combining the two!)
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    Moved on to A Time for Mercy (2020), John Grisham's 3rd novel about Mississippi attorney Jake Brigance. Jake defends a 16 year old boy accused of killing a deputy sheriff.

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    And another Grisham novel set in rural Mississippi: The Reckoning (2018). Why did a respected war hero and farmer murder a minister?

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    I am now reading The Hellfire Club by Jake Tapper. It's a murder mystery set in Washington DC in the 1950s.

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    I just started The Firm by John Grisham.

    EDIT: It's funny reading old books. Among the fabulous perks that the titular firm used to entice the law student protagonist was a below-market-rate mortgage: a mere eight percent!

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    Still working on The Firm, but that's a dead-tree volume with very small print so I needed a kindle book for reading in bed last night. I started another legal thriller: The Last Trial by Scott Turow.

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    Now on to Early Morning Riser by Katherine Heiny. The Washington Post calls it "the funniest novel of the year."

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    The Sanatorium by Sara Pearse.

    "An eerie, atmospheric novel..." according to Reese Witherspoon.

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    Now on to The Pelican Brief by John Grisham.

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