John Grisham, known for his legal thrillers, has deviated from his usual plot lines with he’s new book. Camino Island, available June 6th and is a enjoyable read involving intrigue and book lovers. He got the inspiration for the book from his wife who almost authored part of it. Grisham sits for an interview in which he gives an interesting narrative of his career from the beginning to where he is now and what inspired him to produce this enjoyable read.
- John Grisham has embarked on his first book tour in 25 years to ensure his latest book, “Camino Island,” fulfills his primary objective, which is to sell books.
- “Camino Island,” which involves the theft of original F. Scott Fitzgerald manuscripts, deviates from Grisham’s usual books about lawyers and, instead, delves into the world of writers.
- “Camino Island” may be the novel that lands Grisham a lucrative movie deal like those he had with “The Firm,” “The Pelican Brief,” and other adaptations of his novels.
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