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  • the innocent man
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    if you are a fan of John Grisham you will like this one to add to your collection.

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    tladd December 27, 2011
  • The Innocent Man
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    Great book about crouption in a small town. But then what else would you excpect from John Grisham.....

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    popeus165a June 29, 2007
  • The Innocent Man

    This book was one of the best True Crime stories I've ever read. It will certainly make you think about the criminal justice system and the mental health treatments in this country. Mr. Williamson & Mr. Fritz were railroaded by the City of Ada police department. Thank goodness justice finally prevailed for them, but what a price they both paid.

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    tookiesmom December 29, 2006
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    Even though this is out of his genre he has written another great book. What can I say other than I'm glad he is writing and not practicing law. I always look forward to the next one from him.

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    sharron47 December 20, 2006
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    The Innocent Man, to me is not Mr. Grishem's best work. Kind of lengthy at times, and the main story is inflicted with several other stories. Understandabley so, however, John is making a point about the ineptness of the Oklahoma judicial system. Overall, the book was good, but I won't read it again. The service by was impeccable. I will certainly shop here again, between the shipping bargain and the association with Upromise, has become my favorite shopping site.

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    jen6363 November 15, 2006
  • The Innocent Man
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    Tough to get through, love his books, but he should stick to fiction.

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    Anonymous November 15, 2006
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