John Grisham Tells The Tale of Saddam Hussein in His Latest Gripping Novel — Satire By Steve Tanner
In this searing courtroom drama, best-selling author John Grisham probes the savage depths of misunderstood dictator… as he delivers a compelling tale of uncertain justice in a small Middle East country.
Saddam Hussein, a former dictator and unrepentant murderer is now facing a tribunal court to determine his fate. But when a judge and lawyer related to the case are murdered, Hussein knows he must act fast to prove his innocence.
Hussein’s brother is suddenly taken captive; can he rescue him while still managing to plead his case? Will Hussein uncover the unseen powers behind the frame-up while maintaining his integrity? The ending will reveal all.
“Mesmerizing… with an authority and originality… and with a grasp of literary complexity that makes Gulf War I look simple by comparison — Grisham returns.” — San Francisco Chronicle.
“A dark and thoughtful tale pulsing with moral uncertainties and something about WMD… Grisham is at his best.” –People.
“Compelling… Powerful… The Tyrant will make readers think long and hard about invading other countries who we think are bad, and probably are, but not really sure, so we go and find out they are sorta bad, so it really probably was the right thing……right?” — USA Today
“His best yet.” — The Houston Post.
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