In NYT, Grisham calls Turow “the best lawyer-novelist”
5:06 pm, October 30th, 2012
The New York Times Book Review this week includes a fun interview with bestselling lawyer-novelist John Grisham, but he modestly credits Scott Turow with re-energizing the legal suspense genre in 1987 with “Presumed Innocent,” a few years before Grisham’s “The Firm” burst on the scene. Grisham calls Turow “the best lawyer-novelist.”
In 2006, Turow spoke with us about his then new-book, “Limitations.” Here is that article.