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John Grisham’s latest book, “The Reckoning,” is part war novel, part legal drama. In it, Grisham returns to his favorite fictional setting, Clanton, Mississippi, to tell the story of a mysterious murder committed by one of the small town’s most prominent citizens, a cotton farmer who just returned from a tour in the Pacific during World War II.
In Grisham’s conversation with Diane, he explains how manages to publish a book a year, and discusses the politics of race in the South in the 1940s when “The Reckoning” takes place, in the 1950s and 60s when he grew up, and today.
- John Grisham Bestselling author of more than 30 books, including one work of nonfiction, a collection of stories and four novels for young readers. His latest is "The Reckoning."
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