Sycamore Row by John Grisham

For those of you who like legalese and court room drama here is one you might like. In this Grisham novel a terminally ill, multimillionaire, Mr. Seth Hubbard hangs himself and leaves a handwritten will that leaves almost everything to his black housekeeper Lettie. Leaving  his children and grandchildren nothing. The question is why? As you can imagine a legal fight and racial tensions ensue in this Ford County, Mississippi town.
I really didn't get into this story until Lettie's daughter enters the picture and starts digging up family history trying to find out who Lettie's family was. Then I was hooked. Can I just say, "Sins of the Fathers"...

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