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470 pages, Kindle Edition
First published October 25, 2016
The truth was that, at the age of thirty-six, Lacy was content to live alone, to sleep in the center of the bed, to clean up only after herself, to make and spend her own money, to come and go as she pleased, to pursue her career without worrying about his, to plan her evenings with input from no one else, to cook or not to cook, and to have sole possession of the remote control.I liked The Whistler more than most of Mr. Grisham’s recent efforts. He’s such a good storyteller, that it usually comes down to the plot. In this case, I enjoyed the out-of-the-box story of someone using the attorneys in charge of enforcing the profession’s ethics rules to try to break up a criminal conspiracy involving a judge. Hopefully this book portends a return to form for Mr. Grisham. Recommended.