John Grisham Quote

It wasn't until I wrote The Chamber (1994) that I realised I could weave a novel round things such as the death penalty and some of the racial history of Mississippi. And that's still very much the consensus among white people in the deep South. Black people know better because they have seen so many wrongful convictions and executions.


The Guardian (25 November 2011)

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It wasn't until I wrote The Chamber (1994) that I realised I could weave a novel round things such as the death penalty and some of the racial...

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It wasn't until I wrote The Chamber (1994) that I realised I could weave a novel round things such as the death penalty and some of the racial...

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It wasn't until I wrote The Chamber (1994) that I realised I could weave a novel round things such as the death penalty and some of the racial...

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It wasn't until I wrote The Chamber (1994) that I realised I could weave a novel round things such as the death penalty and some of the racial...