Title: The Firm By: John Grisham Brief Summary: A Young

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TITLE: THE FIRM By: John Grisham Brief Summary: A young Lawyer signs on a firm that controls his life.My grade for this book is a A The Firm is John Grisham's best book by far! There was little description and it was good from page one.The book opened with young lawyer (-surprised?-)straight out of college, Mitch McDeere, being interviewed by a big law firm. It turns out to be one of those jobs with a catch. You know, the ones that are too good to be true, and turned out not the way you hoped. Well, that's what young Mitch got into, and it almost got himself (and his wife) killed. Well, as he started working, everything was fine and dandy. But as he went on, he started to realize that his employers were rather nosey. Then he began to snoop around and found out about former employees who were "accidentally" killed. As time went on, he realized that his law firm was corrupt. Well, the FBI, who had the firm under surveillance was trying to help Mitch get them evidence so they could indict this company. Well, it was rather hard for Mitch since he was caught in a blackmail that his employers held behind him. To make a long story short, (too late), Mitch had enough evidence and decided to take it to the FBI. Unfortunately, as he was about to do this, he was in his office. And a few rooms over, his employers realized what was happening. Mitch received a phone call and was warned that they knew. He took...

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