יצא לאור ע"י הוצאת ARROW BOOKS, בשנת 1999, מכיל 435 עמודים, English Books » Fiction
שפת הספר: אנגלית
There are many pretenders to the throne, but John Grisham remains the undisputed king of the legal thriller. Grisham's just-released new book is a dazzling display of the master at the full height of his power. The Testament focuses on three seemingly unconnected characters: one, an eccentric billionaire with a death wish; another, a high-powered Washington litigator just beginning to claw his way back from personal and professional catastrophe; and a third, a young woman who has turned her back on society to embrace God by going to live and work with a primitive tribe in the Brazilian jungle. All are inextricably bound together by an incredible secret that lies at the heart of The Testament's serpentine plot. Mixing his inimitable legal suspense with an extraordinary adventure story, Grisham has produced one of the finest works of his career.
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