There’s good beach reading and there’s bad beach reading. I found a copy of John Grisham’s The Appeal at a beach condo this year and elected to read it, having never heard about it before. While Grisham’s legal thrillers aren’t the most literary around, you can always count on them to be well researched and executed. This is no less true of his sprawling 2008 novel.
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The Legacy and Controversy of Justice Scalia
America never seems to pay attention to the Supreme Court Justices as individuals unless they are being appointed or dying.