A time to kill

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Pearson Education, 1999 - Fiction - 89 pages
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Review: A Time to Kill (Jake Brigance #1)

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Wow. What a fascinating study of the law and the south. As I know nothing about either, I was carried along very happily through this long book. The characters are fascinating, human, serious people. The way the ending is worked out was also fascinating. Can't wait to read the sequel. Read full review

Review: A Time to Kill (Jake Brigance #1)

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Five star read, without a doubt. A sad, but real glimpse at world history in the eyes of a thriller that draws you in for a white-knuckle ride. Read full review

Contents

A Violent Crime
1
Revenge
6
Afterward
13
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

John Grisham is the renowned author of numerous novels, and he is a former legislator originally from Mississippi

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