Can anyone recommend a courtroom based book. Fiction. ThanksCan anyone recommend a courtroom based book. Fiction. Thanks Sean #recommend #fiction
Greg Iles has some great ones
The Runaway Jury. By Grisham.
All his books are good.
Scott turrow books.
Richard North Patterson’s books…
Exile” is great but all good.
Erle Stanley Gardner wrote the Perry Mason books.
My absolute favorite!!
Inherit The Wind?
To Kill a Mockingbird
the runaway jury
Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh
Maybe Defending Jacob, but either way, what a great book
To Kill A Mockimngbird
Anatomy Of A Murder
A Time To Kill
Another good story
A time to kill
A Time to Kill
Any John Grisham!! Love every single one of his books! I’ve seen a few people recommend A Time To Kill, also The Firm, the Client, The Pelican Brief, The Testament is my absolute favorite! It’s a little different than the courtroom books but it is SO good!
I am also a huge Grisham fan. Have you read his last two, Camino Island & The Rooster Bar? They’re not court room based by great books by him as well. ???
@Kim yes!! I loved them both! I’ve never read a book by him I didn’t like!
@Deanna, I feel the same way.
Grisham’s A Time to Kill, The Client, The Rainmaker, The Runaway Jury,
William Coughlin’s The Twelve Apostles, Her Father’s Daughter, Her Honor, In The Presence Of Enemies, and Shadow of a Doubt. Coughlin is a former judge, which plays into his books
Grisham..The Firm..Sycamore row…
There are many. John Grisham, Scott Turow and many of Jody Picoult novels have courtroom action. Please try Earl Stanley Mason’s Perry Mason novels. They are old but great to read.
Scott Turow. Presumed Innocent.
I keep forgetting to pick this book up when Im at the book store!!!!!
Perry Mason books
John Grisham for sure!
The Micky Haller novels by Michael @Connelly.