The life of Ron Williamson, convicted in Oklahoma of rape and murder and later acquitted, is reviewed in this book.
By Don Noble
With the possible exception of books such as A Time to Kill and A Painted House, there is usually no real point in reviewing the annual novel by John Grisham. His loyal readers buy them and love them. Hollywood has turned nine of them into movies. His legal thrillers have sold 225 million copies in 29 languages.