John Grisham’s Collection

Posted: January 22, 2010 in Uncategorized

During my solo trip to Vietnam in 2004, I picked up The King of Torts for about 2 or 3 bucks from a street seller in Pham Ngu Lao area in Saigon. Since then I have been hooked on his writing and he became my author of choice. Whenever I visited Ds Bookstores, I usually had one or two of his novels back home. His novels have never disappointed me, though I felt The Rainmaker I read recently is less thrilling.

From the collection of his novel by wikipedia, only the novels in yellow I have not yet to read. Currently I am with his The Testament.

Legal fiction
1. A Time to Kill (1989)
2. The Firm (1991)
3. The Pelican Brief (1992)
4. The Client (1993)
5. The Chamber (1994)
6. The Rainmaker (1995)
7. The Runaway Jury (1996)
8. The Partner (1997)
9. The Street Lawyer (1998)
10. The Testament (1999)
11. The Brethren (2000)
12. The Summons (2002)
13. The King of Torts (2003)
14. The Last Juror (2004)
15. The Broker (2005)
16. The Appeal (2008)
17. The Associate (2009)

Non-legal fiction
18. A Painted House (2001)
19. Skipping Christmas (2001)
20. Bleachers (2003)
21. Playing for Pizza (2007)
22. Ford County (2009)

Non-fiction
23. The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town (2006)

Comments
  1. YeNG says:

    What a collection! Love it!

  2. samphors~* says:

    Interesting! Mind lending some over here?😀

  3. tumnei says:

    For sure I can lend you. But not all the ones I read are with me now. I borrowed some of them from library and some of them are with someone I lent (it seems they have forgotten that they borrowed them from me.😦

  4. Samphors~* says:

    Hahaha… promise, I won’t forget to return it😀 When can I get one you have in hand?

  5. tumnei says:

    I can lend you whenever. Just drop me a line when you have time to pick it up.😉

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