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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Stuart Woods
  • ISBN:
    0816149933
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816149933
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  • Publisher:
    G K Hall & Co (August 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    559 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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That’s what you were doing in that printing shop. Just don’t get arrested anymore.

You can read book Grass Roots by Stuart Woods in our library for absolutely free. That’s what you were doing in that printing shop. And when you catch Ferkerson, I’ll give you fifty thousand dollars more. That’s very generous, Mr. Pearl, especially when you know I want him bad, anyway. And it’s not so generous. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

Series: G K Hall Large Print Book Series. Publisher: G K Hall & Co (November 1, 1985). Hardcover: 407 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0816139279. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Shipping Weight: . pounds. Hardcover: 679 pages You feel for the Glicks, you root for the alcoholic priest trying to reclaim enough faith to battle the dark one and you are happy for Dud in his new life

Series: G K Hall Large Print Book Series. Hardcover: 679 pages. Publisher: G K Hall & Co (January 1, 1994). You feel for the Glicks, you root for the alcoholic priest trying to reclaim enough faith to battle the dark one and you are happy for Dud in his new life. King will do this again in the Stand and in It, but once you read SL you realize hes sampling from his earlier works and no other book will make you laugh cry and turn on the lights like this one will. ISBN-13: 978-0816153732.

Grass Roots (Will Lee, Published August 1st 1989 by Simon & Schuster. Hardcover, 459 pages. Published September 1st 1990 by Ulverscroft Large Print Books, Ltd. Paperback, 549 pages. Author(s): Stuart Woods. ISBN: 0671667394 (ISBN13: 9780671667399). ISBN: 0708985629 (ISBN13: 9780708985625).

The Grass Roots is an American rock band that charted frequently between 1966 and 1975. The band was originally the creation of Lou Adler and songwriting duo P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri. In their career, they achieved two gold albums, one gold single and charted singles on the Billboard Hot 100 a total of 21 times. Among their charting singles, they achieved Top 10 three times, Top 20 three times and Top 40 eight times. They have sold over 20 million records worldwide.

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Brief History of Time From the Big Bang to Black Holes G K Hall Large Print Book Series Brief Histo.

Hall large print book series). Ernest Haycox, Richard Provost.

From bestselling author Stuart Woods, a legal thriller featuring attorney Will Lee who travels South to return to his Georgia roots-and gets involved in a political firestorm that could make or break . Books related to Grass Roots.

From bestselling author Stuart Woods, a legal thriller featuring attorney Will Lee who travels South to return to his Georgia roots-and gets involved in a political firestorm that could make or break his career. Will Lee has returned to his roots to kick off his campaign for the Senate. and to argue an explosively controversial case that could seriously damage his political career.

A Southern lawyer with political aspirations defends a white man accused of raping a black woman and finds himself the target of a fiery TV evangelist and a murderous white supremacist group

Tujar
I continue to be entertained and spellbound by this author. Will Lee has decided to run for Senate, but only after a tragic illness on the part of his mentor and friend. The path is very reminiscent of present-day politics and the influence of moneyed and dastardly backers.
He has been thrust into the role of defense attorney days before he makes he decision to run, begrudgingly, for office. Once he has made that decision, he can't get out of the duty of defending a man of brutally killing a woman. The judge absolutely will not allow him to back out. Is the man innocent, as Will believes him to be? The twist during the court proceedings is a Perry Mason moment.
The influence of the Klan is still there, under the surface, and it has penetrated in places that should be above that.
His run for the Senate is fraught with innuendos and downright lies, not unlike modern-day politics, but he is above the fray and manages to squelch them by taking the smear tactics by the horns.
I am looking forward to the next book in this series.
Arashilkis
For some inexplicable reason, I only recently discovered Stuart Woods. I've now read the first 4 books in the Will Lee series and enjoyed them all, but I'm not sure anything can top Chiefs, the first one. It won an Edgar and is one of the best novels I've ever read!
Grass Roots is well-written, has a good plot that advances Will Lee's personal and professional lives, but the bad guy characters were not as fully developed/believable as usual. It's still a great page Turner and I'm looking forward to the next one in the series.
Aloo
Good story about a politician people can admire who has some human shortcomings. The main character, Will Lee, is a small town attorney who is charged with defending a man accused of murder while also running for the Georgia state senate. The accused seems like a good guy, but there are some surprises during the trial. The requisite bad guys keep things interesting. i enjoyed the book because it was a fun read without a lot of graphic violence (except for the shootings at the beginning, there was little violence). Will Lee is someone a person wants cheer on to victory. I look forward to reading future Will Lee novels.
Thiama
I have read almost all of Woods' books. I recently thought they were becoming formulaistic. This one really beaks the pattern.

Woods has always reused characters across books. In this one, he goes back to the beginning of one of his characters foe a retrospective of Will Lee's run for senate. Three different stories are intertwined.

This is more than the simple mystery: Woods explores the time period and the values of the time in an interesting way. I am a Republican, but I enjoyed hearing the thoughts of his Democratic candidate.

I am a pilot, is is Woods. He likes to weave flying into his stories. He is very accurate in his flying scenes. It could happen! I believe his research into the legal and political side is probably as accurate.

Suddenly, I am awaiting his next book.
Zadora
Author Woods has produced another excellent phase of this generational epic. The writing style has an easy flow and still full of intrigue . As a reader, I can relate to the lives portrayed in this story. I also like strong moral fiber displayed in the successful political character's behavior. Hopefully it may set an example for real political life.
James Kelly
Brol
I ENJOYED this book because it was a Stuart Woods book.
I felt that Will Lee was pictured as a weak character.
Too liberal, too trusting, Mr. Boy-next- door. The author's
Political opinions were very obvious in this book. Therefore, the Three star rating.
I purchased this because it was the first Will Lee and I had read others and found them slightly politically slanted (after all it must be, in order to write a political story), but this one was way out there.
sunrise bird
All of the Stuart Woods books have provided me with a great deal of entertainment. Each is different but weaves in many of the same characters as they age and go through their lives. Some of the lesser characters recur here and there, making each book more interesting. Read them in order to keep up with the movement. Thoroughly enjoyable with many plots about places and matters that I otherwise might not have been overly interested in until reading them in these books. I keep tied for more from Mr. Woods.
I'd been away from Stuart Woods for a number of years, but glad I found him again. This is a very interesting read given what is going on in DC today. Unfortunately I jumped into the middle of this Will Lee series and want to go back and read the first two books of this series. This one kept my interest from start to finish and the ending was a big surprise for me. The story itself describes what is going on today in our nation's capital and gives an interesting insight into the down and dirty politics of the day. Will wait on the books following until I catch up to this one.