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The Racketeer: A Novel

The Racketeer: A Novel By {author, [PDF] Download í The Racketeer: A Novel : by John Grisham [PDF] Download í The Racketeer: A Novel : by John Grisham - The Racketeer: A Novel, The Racketeer A Novel The Racketeer is guilty of only one thing keeping us engaged until the very last page USA Today NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER In the history of the United States only four active f

  • Publisher‏:‎ Dell (October 23, 2012)
  • Publication date‏:‎ October 23, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 2920 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 353 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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The Racketeer: A Novel

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  1. Malcolm Bannister was living the life of a retail lawyer in a Virginia town, doing real estate transactions, wills, and the other routine work which occupies a three partner firm, paying the bills but never striking it rich A law school classmate contacts him and lets him know there s a potentially large commission available for negotiating the purchase of a hunting lodge in rural Virginia for an anonymous client Bannister doesn t like the smell of the transaction, especially after a number of o [...]


  2. Although I downloaded this book in 2014 for some reason I lost it on my Kindle As this plot revolves on the premise FBI agents use less than honorable methods such as making threats of prosecution of family and friends of the defendant Also there is a subplot of a uranium Russia deal under Clinton A lawyer is sent to federal prison under Rico act He was innocent While serving his sentence he becomes aware of facts regarding the murder of a federal judge This allows him an opportunity to have hav [...]


  3. The story is fast paced from the very start The plot unfolds bit by bit, and becomes obvious as you get into the last few chapters The main characters are well fleshed out as the story unfolds.While all the above is true, the author falls short of the excellence shown in his earlier works The story lacks the depth of his prior works It reads almost like a hurry up and publish book Mr Grisham s first several novels were riveting in plot and action, and superb in the writing He is capable of excel [...]


  4. I ve read this book before, years ago, but as I do with most of his books, I read them quickly and then later I take the time to really savor them I enjoy reading them the second time through probably than the first time because I pick up of the small interesting details Grisham is about the best at details and yet, he doesn t get bogged down in them He doesn t go on and on about what the character is wearing,for instance, unless it has to do with something necessary at that moment Even then he [...]


  5. I think the author described this book best at the conclusion of the book He states that there was no research done and that long paragraphs of fiction were used to keep from looking up facts Aptly describing himself, he also says that even the laziest of writers need some foundation for their creations so he thanks a few people I have read and liked some of his books, but this is the last one for me I detested the stereotypes of the characters and the plot, although at first interesting, was fi [...]


  6. The book keep my total attention until literally the last few pages when the ending left one with a did I spend all this time feeling If the ending did to expand how the plot had been conceived by the main characters and carried out, it would have been satisfying But, alas, that was not the case This novel was not up to Grisham s usual ability to keep the reader s interest until the very end.


  7. I am not a dyed in the wool everything he writes is five stars John Grisham fan, so when I say this is a great book, I really mean this is a great book And while the book might be an easy unputdownable read with a great story, it s the twists and turns which had me looking for the answer every which way that make this a stand out book mind you at times I wasn t that sure I knew what question I was trying to answer , and I really didn t see the fine details of the denouement coming and it s that [...]


  8. Nothing went wrong for the protagonist at any point He was never close to failure or in any danger Everything he attempted worked perfectly A throwaway line at the end regarding how he couldn t believe his luck didn t even begin to cover it.I felt for him at the beginning due to being wrongly imprisoned and cut off from his family, but as the book went on he became steadily less and less likeable and relatable No particular reason was given for his quasi omnipotence If it was that easy to con yo [...]


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