The Litigators is one amazing novel. It is hard not to love the book or the main characters in it. There’s Oscar Finley and Wally Figg, of the Finley & Figg “boutique” law firm, who bicker like an old married couple; David Zinc who literally stumbles into the firm, drunk and looking for a job; and grumpy secretary Rochelle Gibson who can’t wai till the clock hits five every working day so she can leave the office and her crazy bosses behind.
Grisham brings all these great characters together to tell the tale of small-time lawyers trying to survive in the big-time dog-eat-dog world.
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