Oscar Finley: street cop turned street lawyer. Wally Figg: expert hustler and ambulance-chaser. David Zinc: Harvard Law School graduate. Together, this unlikely trio make up Finley & Figg: specialists in injury claims, quickie divorces and DUIs. None of them has ever faced a jury in federal court. But they are about to take on one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the States.
David gave up his lucrative career at Chicago's leading law firm for this: the chance to help the little guy stand up to the big corporations. But if Finley & Figg have right on their side, why do his new partners feel the need to carry guns in their briefcases? David thought he was used to cut-throat law from his days at Rogan Rothberg, but this is something else. He knows he was right to get out. He just may live to regret his new choice of firm....
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"endearing and gripping"
This is unusually for Grisham, a heartwarming story. But still as gripping with unexpected twists and turns as you would expect from such a story spinner. The reading is also well done and makes the complicated legal terms easy on the ear.
Another great John Grisham book. The usual court room drama and plot but this one has some funny characters as well. Excellent. Give it a go!
Best since lisbeth salender, It has made me want to find more Grisham stuff to listen to.
Great story - I really enjoy Grisham's books. They are very delightful and a joy to read
"Make some time"
John Grisham does it again, very difficult to put the book down (turn it off). Easy to follow and understand, great descriptions and a fast moving story.
"Guess what happens..."
I like Grisham's work normally and like a bit of legal intrigue but I guessed what was going to happen far too early and although the words were good and reading fine I was glad to get it finished.
"One of the best recent Grishams"
The Litigators is one of the most enjoyable recent Grisham books, with funny and likeable characters, good guys that are not perfect (far from it) and bad guys that are believably smart and realistically depicted. The reader was fine.
Oddly enough, I think John Grisham is better read on the page than listened to. This is quite fun but not my greatest listen ever.
First Grisham audiobook I purchased and was quickly hooked on the story and the characters involved. Dennis Boutsikaris very american reading fits the story and is clear.
"An absolute delight"
I had not previously read any Grisham books but was so inspired by the enthusiasm shown by participants on Radio 4's "A good read" to this particular title that I decided it was time to take a look. But instead went for the audible format (great whilst driving or walking the dogs).
You will immediately warm to this set of shambolic characters - and you will enjoy every minute of the story - which is exceptionally well read. Can thoroughly recommend. Have now just listened to my 2nd Grisham audible - that was great too...
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