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‘No one does it better than Grisham’ Telegraph

Street lawyer. Street rules.

David Zinc has it all: Big firm, big salary, life in the lawyer’s fast lane.
Until the day he snaps and throws it all away.

Leaving the world of corporate law far behind, he talks himself into a new job with Finley & Figg. A self-styled ’boutique’ firm with only two partners, Oscar Finley and Wally Figg are ambulance-chasing street lawyers who hustle nickel-and-dime cases, dreaming of landing the big win.

For all his Harvard Law Degree and five years with Chicago’s top firm, Zinc has never entered a courtroom, never helped a client who really needed a lawyer,
never handled a gun.

All that is about to change.

What readers are saying about THE LITIGATORS

‘Unputdownable!’ 5 STARS

‘Vintage Grisham’ 5 STARS

‘Grisham at his best’ 5 STARS

350+ million copies, 45 languages, 9 blockbuster films:
NO ONE WRITES DRAMA LIKE JOHN GRISHAM

Reviews

Grisham at his very best, fast-paced, funny and packed with living and breathing characters that you'd love to share an after-court beer with. Set aside a weekend for this one, because you won't want to put it down.
<i>Irish Examiner<i>
Grisham hasn't lost his deft touch. What a rollicking ride it turns out to be.
Sunday Telegraph
No one does it better than Grisham
<i>Daily Telegraph</i>
The best thriller writer alive
Ken Follett
Grisham is a superb, instinctive storyteller
<i>The Times</i>
A superbly plotted legal thriller
<i>Sunday Express</i>
Grisham's past form leads you to expect gripped drama; instead he produces a brilliant comic set piece in which everything that could go wrong in a trial does
The Sunday Times
No one does it better than Grisham
<i>Daily Telegraph</i>
The best thriller writer alive
Ken Follett
Grisham is a superb, instinctive storyteller
<i>The Times</i>
A superbly plotted legal thriller
<i>Sunday Express</i>
Grisham's past form leads you to expect gripped drama; instead he produces a brilliant comic set piece in which everything that could go wrong in a trial does
The Sunday Times