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The Confession

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An innocent man is days from execution. Only a guilty man can save him. Travis Boyette is a murderer. In 1998, in the small East Texas city of Sloan, ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.500
Shirley L

VERY GOOD

by Shirley L on Oct 21, 2011

THIS WAS A VERY GOOD BOOK, ONE OF HIS BEST!! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT

Bonnie  T

Another Decent Grisham Novel

by Bonnie T on Jul 3, 2011

I enjoyed this book more than Grisham's last few novels, although the pace moves slowly. I believe he made his point about the justice system and the legal system as he is wont to do. I suggest that you pick it up - read it - form an opinion.

Sylvester

Finer points of the "Needle"

by Sylvester on Feb 9, 2011

Eerily close to the truth in a fictional tale. This book will not be read by right wing advocates of the death penalty. This book is a close examination of the blase inured attitude which, so easily, escalates within the cavalier, macabre world of death penalty states. The story begins in Topeka, Ks when Travis Boyette finds in minister Keith Schroeder someone to whom he can confess his heinous abduction and murder of Nicole Yarber, the exigency being the impending execution of Donte Drumm in a couple of days in Texas. Boyette has only recently been released from Lansing penitentiary and is in a halfway house on parole not far from Keiths church, and had felt all along Drumm would be cleared. This was not to be, as Donte had been set up by a coerced and elongated highly illegal confession orchestrated by several key people within the legal system in Slone Tx. Adding to Drumms dilemma were a jailhouse snitch, and a jealous perjuring boyfriend of the deceased. The ensuing, law breaking, trip to Texas brings a torrent of reaction from a multitude of involved lawyers, representatives, families, and citizenry. Grisham titillates the senses, induces introspect, highlights the flaws in the system, and floats a highly entertaining tale all at once.

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Ginny K

Best in a long time for Grisham

by Ginny K on Jan 6, 2011

This book has got to be one of J. Grisham's best book written in a long time if not his absolute best. The story is written to keep you in suspense making it difficult to put the book down before getting to the end. Many twists and turns in the story but so much could definitely be true in today's world. It would make you beware of today's legal system.

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