The Client by John Grisham

In this legal thriller, an eleven-year-old boy finds himself in the middle of a dangerous conflict after witnessing the suicide of a lawyer who reveals the whereabouts of a murdered senator's body. The boy becomes the target of both the FBI, who wants him to divulge the secret to solve the high-profile murder case, and the mafia, who will stop at nothing to keep him silent. With the help of a feisty female attorney, he must navigate a perilous path to protect himself and his family from the looming threats, all while grappling with the moral dilemmas of his newfound knowledge. This gripping narrative combines legal intrigue with a poignant exploration of the resilience and resourcefulness of a young boy thrust into extraordinary circumstances.

The 7213th greatest book of all time


Published
1993
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
400-600
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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