My fall reading is not complete without my yearly dose of John Grisham. I have been a fan for more than 20 years and have loved some of his books more than others. This one had so much promise -- innocent people languishing in prison is a worthy cause for action and I applaud the organizations who work so diligently to prove their innocence. For some reason, though, I found myself losing focus while reading. Perhaps it was the number of characters we had to keep track of. Maybe it was the way Cullen Post's travels meandered worse than the back roads of Ford County. Nevertheless, Grisham does manage to pull it all together for an epic, movie-worthy ending. Not as good as "The Reckoning" in my opinion, but still glad I picked it up and learned more about the incredible amount of legwork involved in this work.

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