John Grisham is my favorite writer. I started with The Testament. Not even knowing what an amazing author he was. Since January, I've read A Time To Kill, A Painted House, The Client, and The Bretheren. I just started The Runaway Jury. I saw some of the movie, but not enough to either ruin the book nor discuss the movie. I think my favorite is A Painted House. It was written about John Grisham, like an autobiography but incorporates some folklore he heard as a child. He's an amazing story teller, taking the role of old men and 9 year old boys, and still manages to keep the superbly realistic. =D Thanks.