Ferranti, Jennifer
March 1997
Saturday Evening Post;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 269 Issue 2, p42
Profiles John Grisham, author of several bestsellers in the United States. Career as a successful attorney-turned author; Use of personal experiences in creating best-selling novels; Philosophy in life.


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