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The Street Lawyer

by John Grisham

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The Street Lawyer by John Grisham
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  • First Published:
    Feb 1998, 352 pages
    Paperback:
    Jan 1999, 464 pages

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Justin

I thought John Grisham wrote an awesome book... and I am in love with all of his writings. I enjoy reading this book, "A Street Lawyer" and look forward to reading his book "A Time to Kill". I am glad I have such a great opprotunity to read this book!
Kevin

I couldn't put it down. I kept me interested from beinning to the end.
adam

wow this book is so fantastic.
Jessica L.

This Book was great. It really makes you think about all the homless people who actually are around. I would reccommend this to anyone!
Lana

This is the very first book I read of his, and I thought that it was magnificent. I really enjoyed it and it kept me interested in it throughout the whole thing. It was one that made you feel proud of the main character for making the decision that he did. I will definitely read more of his books now.
Jennifer

I really liked this book. It's the first I've read by him, but after reading this, I plan to read more. It kept me turning the pages, and I never lost interest or got bored with it. This is a must read!
Jenny

This book really inspired me and made me feel happy that there are people in this world who really care and are not money greedy. I understand all the people in this book and love it.
Kyle

This is his best book yet. It is a lot different than his other novels which make it better. Good drama and doesnt have the main character running for their live. A must read!!

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