By JOHN GRISHAM
Published by Hachette New Zealand, RRP $29.99, 1 June 2013
John Grisham delivers high intensity legal drama for a new generation of readers in the fourth novel in his bestselling Theodore Boone series.
Though he's only thirteen, Theodore Boone has spent more time in the courtroom than almost anywhere else, and there's always a new adventure waiting. After having been falsely accused of vandalism and theft, Theo is happy to finally be out of the hot seat, once more dispensing legal advice to friends and community members, when an exciting new case demands his urgent attention.
About the Author
John Grisham is the author of twenty-five novels, one work of non-fiction, one collection of short stories, and three novels for young readers. His works are translated into thirty-eight languages. He lives in Virginia and Mississippi.
Praise for John Grisham:
'Engaging characters, wry humour and reflection on the American legal system make this a very readable, entertaining and worth-while novel.' – NZ Listener about The Litigators
'The Litigators is Grisham at his story-telling best. It has all the ingredients that keep the pages turning.' – The Press
'With the humanity and foibles of the major characters fully fleshed out, a large cast of sympathetically presented support players and the usual courtroom semantics, The Litigators is feel-good fiction at its very best.' – Otago Daily Times
'never predictable.' – Australian Women's Weekly about The Litigators
'A fantastic read.' – Hawkes Bay Today about Calico Joe
'An absolutely brilliant plot.' – Wanganui Chronicle about The Racketeer