1. John Grisham garnered warm critical comments for The Runaway Jury, a novel that details the ability of a few individuals to manipulate a jury in the direction that will bring them the greatest financial reward.
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4. John Grisham changed his colleges three times before completing his BS degree in accounting from Mississippi State University in 1977.
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7. John Grisham wrote his third novel—The Pelican Brief, about a female law student investigating the assassinations of two Supreme Court justices—in only three months.
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17. John Grisham is a New York Times bestselling writer, attorney, politician, and activist best known for his legal thrillers.
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18. John Grisham co-authored the letter with author Greg Iles; the pair contacted various public figures from Mississippi for support.
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19. John Grisham wrote for The New York Times in 2013 about an unjustly held prisoner at Guantanamo.
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21. John Grisham remains a fan of Mississippi State University's baseball team and wrote about his ties to the university and the Left Field Lounge in the introduction for the book Dudy Noble Field: A Celebration of MSU Baseball.
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29. John Grisham graduated from Mississippi State University and received a law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 1981.
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33. John Grisham has a lifelong passion for baseball demonstrated partly by his support of Little League activities in both Oxford and in Charlottesville.
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