Book Review: Grisham’s “The Whistler” by Florida Business Attorney Adam Rabin
The hype is upon us with the release of John Grisham’s new legal thriller, “The Whistler.” While it feels like yesterday when I was a law student and could not stop turning the pages of “The Firm,” I am particularly excited for Grisham’s new release in a different way. First, this Grisham novel is set in Florida. Second, Grisham focuses on one of my firm’s areas of practice: whistleblower law. Here is how Amazon has summarized the book:
This book may be the “most electrifying novel of the year, a high-stakes thrill ride through the darkest corners of the Sunshine State.” The book speaks to how our judges are expected to be honest and wise and that their integrity and impartiality are the keys to our judicial system. The judicial system, however, is shaken when a judge takes a bribe.