Just finished The Testament by John Grisham (actually, it was the audio tape version). EXCELLENT!<br><br>If you like suspenseful and detailed books, particularly law-related stories, this one is for you. It gives an interesting insight into how the law REALLY works in relation to a legal will/trust.<br><br>While the movies made out of Grisham's books have all been average at best, the books were awesome, and this one is no different.<br><br>And for those who have never tried a "book on tape", I highly recommend it. I listen to the tapes/cd's on the way to work and on the way home and it makes the 40-minute trip go by really fast - I actually look forward to a traffic-jam, just so I can get through another chapter! Just make sure you get one that says "UNABRIDGED."<br><br> What?<br>Visit Me!
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Seeing as you like Grisham Gizmo, you might want to give Scott Turow a shot. He wrote Presumed Innocent and a slew of other books. Maybe a little less action-oriented than Grisham but, for my money, far deeper in terms of delving into the psychology and motivation of his characters. Like Grisham, Turow has a solid law background and he makes law very interesting indeed. His books are a good diversion from the everyday stuff we all have to deal with. And the guy's a gifted writer, which makes him a pleasure to read. Don't know if his stuff is available in audiobook format, but worth a look.<br><br>max<br><br> EnEx (12 Mb)
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Hey! I just bought it myself yesterday from Barnes & Noble. Got 30% off on the price. It came to seventeen something. I will start it soon.<br><br><br><br>"640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates
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