John Grisham’s latest novel focuses on a corrupt developer building non-stop in the Florida Panhandle who has bought off a local judge. Lacy Stolz and her partner Hugo Hatch, who work for the Florida State Board on Judicial Conduct, are approached by a local lawyer to take his case. If the Board accepts the case, and convicts the crooked judge, one Judge Claudia McDover, said lawyer and his client stand to make a great deal of money under the Florida Whistleblower statute. Throw in a casino on an Indian Reservation and some nasty thugs, and you have an idea of where the plot is going. This is a quick read, and a clean legal case, for those who prefer a relatively non-violent novel.