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 John Grisham - “the character will be portrayed in a good light.”
 John Grisham - “in a good light.”
 John Grisham - “I have learned not to read reviews. Period. And I hate reviewers. All of them, or at least all but two or three. Life is much simpler ignoring reviews and the nasty people who write them. Critics should find meaningful work.”
 Lee Grisham - “I thought we played okay. We played all top-ranked 5A schools. We may not have taken in match victories, but we did win a game against San Antonio-Madison.”
 John Grisham - “A Time to Kill.”
 John Grisham - “We are very fortunate people. We never publicize gifts. We try to avoid publicity, but we decided this may be the time to do so and inspire other people.”
 John Grisham - “The couple, who maintain a home in Oxford, Miss., hope to employ Gulf Coast residents who have lost their jobs and are familiar with the area. When you make charitable contributions, you realize you can't save the world, so you find a small area you can go into and hopefully do some good and do it with your own money and your own sweat and you see the results, ... You can't spread yourself too thin.”
 John Grisham - “When you make charitable contributions, you realize you can't save the world, so you find a small area you can go into and hopefully do some good and do it with your own money and your own sweat and you see the results.”
 John Grisham - “I'd love to be able to look back and say, 'I've helped this list of people get a new house or rebuild,' ... To say we did something good here.”
 John Grisham - “Ten years from now I plan to be sitting here, looking out over my land. I hope I'll be writing books, but if not, I'll be on my pond fishing with my kids. I feel like the luckiest guy I know.”
 Lee Grisham - “They played pretty well this past weekend. I expect them to come in here and battle us tooth and nail.”
 John Grisham - “I seriously doubt I would ever have written the first story had I not been a lawyer. I never dreamed of being a writer. I wrote only after witnessing a trial.”
 John Grisham - “Freedom of speech and freedom of expression are so ingrained in our society we rarely stop to think about it. I'm able to write what I want--dark fiendish plots without fear. . . . I can criticize the FBI, the CIA, the president and Congress without giving it a thought.”
 Lee Grisham - “Usually I schedule the girls to play tough teams so it will keep them grounded. This year nature is taking care of that for me. Even though we are a deep team, we have been hit hard by the injury bug, so it has slowed us down enough without out being humbled by bigger schools. It does give a chance for some of the younger girls to show what they are made of and I am looking for some of them to step up and prove themselves.”
 John Grisham - “We want to raise all we can and then take the next two years to spend all of it, ... Hopefully then we'll be out of business and there'll be no more hurricanes.”
 John Grisham - “It may seem odd that I'm here today - the unapologetic writer of popular fiction - on Faulkner's front porch, about to announce the finalists for the National Book Award, which are our most prestigious literary awards.”
 John Grisham - “It may seem odd that I'm here today - the unapologetic writer of popular fiction - on Faulkner's front porch about to announce the finalists for the National Book Award, which are our most prestigious literary awards.”
 John Grisham - “It may seem odd that I'm here today - the unapologetic writer of popular fiction - on Faulkner's front porch, about to announce the finalists for the National Book Award, which are our most prestigious literary awards,”
 John Grisham - “It may seem odd that I'm here today - the unapologetic writer of popular fiction - on Faulkner's front porch about to announce the finalists for the National Book Award, which are our most prestigious literary awards,”
 John Grisham - “The worst letters come from retired high school English teachers. They will literally take a book and pick it to pieces and send me 14 pages of notes.”
 John Grisham - “We don't normally publicize gifts. It's something we keep extremely private. But in these very, very rare circumstances -- this tragic time -- we hope the gift will get some attention and inspire other people to contribute money and help our fellow Mississippians on the Gulf Coast,”
 John Grisham - “In these very, very rare circumstances -- this tragic time -- we hope the gift will get some attention and inspire other people to contribute money and help our fellow Mississippians on the Gulf Coast,”
 John Grisham - “In these very, very rare circumstances -- this tragic time -- we hope the gift will get some attention and inspire other people to contribute money and help our fellow Mississippians on the Gulf Coast.”
 John Grisham - “In these very, very rare circumstances - this tragic time - we hope the gift will get some attention and inspire other people to contribute money and help our fellow Mississippians on the Gulf coast,”
 John Grisham - “In these very, very rare circumstances - this tragic time - we hope the gift will get some attention and inspire other people to contribute money and help our fellow Mississippians on the Gulf coast.”

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