By – John Grisham
John Grisham is generally viewed as an expert of suspense novel. His facility with plots that consistently construct expectations toward a breaking and frequently astonishing peak is unbelievable. Yet, in his most recent, he withdraws from the pattern. Camino Winds is an example of a novel that is truly two books in one. The first is about a tropical storm, the second, a corporate scam. Both are convincing. Each could remain solitary. The end result is a perusing experience that will be new to a considerable lot of Grisham’s fans.
In the first of the two “novels” that involve Camino Winds, Grisham tells the story of a Category 4 typhoon that strikes head on against an island off the Florida coast. The tempest unleashes catastrophic damage, and Grisham’s portrayal of its capacity is amazing. It’s sufficient to give you the feeling that he has actually sat through a typhoon. There’s a murder mystery gradually unfurling on the other hand, however it’s just in the second 50% of the novel that it gets top of mind as it turns out to be certain that homicide is at the core of an enormous corporate scam.
The secret at the core of Camino Winds is vintage Grisham. A former legal counsellor has moved to the island to write novels after blowing the whistle on an enormous fraud executed by one of his customers. He was killed amidst a tropical storm. The neighbourhood police, and later the Florida state police, hesitantly concur that a homicide was submitted however appear to be opposed to examine genuinely. The job is left to the attorney’s companions on the island—a cast of literary characters recognizable to readers of the book’s prequel, Camino Island.
Can a scam artist uncover a corporate scam?
The backstory for the homicide is convincing. It’s no whodunnit. Evidently, the legal advisor was composing another novel sure to be a blockbuster that would totally expose a huge Medicare scam including low-end nursing homes.