However, there is one person who knows who the killer is. He is the Racketeer, a former attorney, who presently resides in a Federal Prison Camp. He manages to make a deal with the authorities whereby he will spill the beans in return for a sum of money, his freedom, and a place in the Federal Witness Protection Program.
I have read almost all of John Grisham's books, and this one has the most convoluted plot I've encountered in any of his past offerings. All the twists and turns require concentration, and I managed to figure out who dunnit, anyway. Just dumb luck, probably.
I always enjoy Grisham's books and this one was no exception. I lie. There was one exception. The man simply doesn't know how to end a book. Instead of neatly wrapping things up, he just stops typing. This can be disconcerting.