Picks and Pans Review: John Grisham's All-Time Favorite Reads
A little mystery, a lot of action, some humor and a pinch of politics. Check out the Grisham top five.
• ALL THE KING'S MEN by Robert Penn Warren
"A timeless story of power and politics."
• THE INNOCENTS ABROAD by Mark Twain
"Perhaps the funniest book written by the funniest man who ever lived."
• IN COLD BLOOD by Truman Capote
"Still the greatest true-crime story."
• THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck
"An epic story of survival."
• THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL by John le Carré
"A brilliant chronicle of the eternal conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians."
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