Sycamore Row (New York: Dell, 2014)

I recently read Sycamore Row, a novel by John Grishan.  Sycamore Row is said to be the sequel to A Time to Kill, Grisham’s first novel.  

Sycamore Row is set in 1988, a few years after attorney Jake Brigance successfully represented Carl Lee Hailey in the trial that was the center piece of A Time to Kill.  Jake is representing the estate of Seth Hubbard, a man who makes change to his will days before hanging himself.  The new will excludes most of his family and awards his multi-million dollar estate to his care taker.  The will contest that ensues is exciting and worth reading.     

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