Grisham Books In Order

John Grisham is one of the most prolific and popular authors of the modern era. He is known for his gripping legal thrillers, which have captivated readers for decades. His books often feature lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals navigating the complexities of the justice system. Here is a list of Grisham books in order:

1. A Time to Kill (1989): A Time to Kill tells the story of a young lawyer named Jake Brigance, who is tasked with defending a black man accused of murdering two white men who attacked his daughter. In the process, he has to grapple with racial tensions in a small Mississippi town and the justice system itself.

2. The Firm (1991): The Firm follows a young lawyer who joins a law firm in Memphis, only to find out that it’s a front for a criminal enterprise. He must find a way to extricate himself from the dangerous situation while protecting his family.

3. The Pelican Brief (1992): The Pelican Brief follows two law students who uncover a conspiracy involving the highest levels of the US government, prompting them to write a brief that could topple the government.

4. The Client (1993): The Client tells the story of a young boy who witnessed a powerful man’s suicide and is now in danger from the FBI and the Mob. He must rely on an unlikely ally—an attorney—to protect him.

5. The Chamber (1994): The Chamber centers on a young lawyer who takes on a case involving a death row inmate, whose family was involved in a bombing of a Mississippi courthouse decades earlier. He must use all of his skills and knowledge to try to save his client’s life.

6. The Rainmaker (1995): The Rainmaker follows a young lawyer who takes on a case involving an insurance company that has denied coverage to a dying man. He must go up against a powerful corporation, and the odds seem stacked against him.

7. The Runaway Jury (1996): The Runaway Jury follows a jury that is deliberating a high-profile case involving a tobacco company. The jury is divided, but one juror holds the key to the fate of the case.

8. The Partner (1997): The Partner tells the story of a young lawyer who is wrongly accused of murdering his law partner. He must find a way to prove his innocence and protect his family.

9. The Street Lawyer (1998): The Street Lawyer follows a successful attorney who decides to become a public defender, defending those who can’t afford legal representation. He must navigate the complex bureaucracy of the justice system.

10. The Testament (1999): The Testament tells the story of a billionaire who leaves his entire fortune to a mysterious woman he has never met. His family takes legal action to try to stop the woman from collecting the inheritance.

11. The Brethren (2000): The Brethren centers on three former judges who are now in a federal prison. They become embroiled in a blackmail scheme that could have far-reaching consequences.

12. A Painted House (2001): A Painted House tells the story of a young boy growing up in the rural south in the 1950s. He is drawn into a family drama that could tear his family apart.

13. Skipping Christmas (2001): Skipping Christmas tells the story of a couple who decides to skip Christmas to save money. But their plan spirals out of control and leads to unexpected consequences.

14. The Summons (2002): The Summons follows a law professor who discovers a large sum of money in his late father’s house. He must decide whether to keep the money or turn it over to the authorities.

15. The King of Torts (2003): The King of Torts follows a young public defender who takes on a case involving a drug company accused of releasing a dangerous product. He must use his wit and knowledge to try to win the case.

16. Bleachers (2003): Bleachers tells the story of a man who returns to his small hometown to attend the funeral of his high school football coach. He must confront the memories of his past and the choices he has made.

17. The Broker (2005): The Broker follows a former CIA operative who is given a chance to avoid prison by taking on one last mission. He must use all of his skills and knowledge to complete the mission and stay alive.

18. The Innocent Man (2006): The Innocent Man tells the true story of a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder in a small Oklahoma town. He must use the legal system to try to prove his innocence.

19. Playing for Pizza (2007): Playing for Pizza follows an American football player who moves to Italy to play for a small-town team. He must adjust to a new culture and a new way of life.

20. The Appeal (