Lastly, there are the investigators who leave no stone unturned trying to find witnesses who will destroy the credibility of the other side. These “witnesses” often include medical “experts” who will say anything for a fee. You can always find someone with professional credentials who will refute the findings of another so-called “expert.”
With all the preparation and so much at stake the trial itself is bound to take some unusual and unexpected turns. Grisham is very good at keeping up the suspense and throwing in some great subplots along the way. “Sycamore Row” isn’t quite as good as “The Litigators” but it’s still one of his better novels. His fans will not be disappointed.