Camino Wind OverviewIn the novel Camino Winds, John Grisham’s sequel to Camino Island, bookstore owner Bruce Cable is faced with getting justice for his friend, Nelson Kerr. Nelson died as a result of questionable injuries during Hurricane Leo. When the investigation being handled by local authorities stalled, Bruce began his own search for answers, starting with Nelson’s latest novel — a book that had been written, but had not yet been published. Themes in the novel include the repercussions of blowing the whistle, nursing home abuse and fraud, and the argument for euthanasia.
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John Grisham Biographies (2)
2,747 words, approx. 10 pages
Popular novelist John Grisham (born 1955) is the author of several thrillers that have been made into blockbuster films. His works, which center around the legal profession, include A Time to Kill,The...
4,815 words, approx. 17 pages
The author of fourteen back-to-back bestsellers, many of which have been turned into blockbuster movies, John Grisham can count his revenues and copies sold of his legal thrillers in the hundreds of m...