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Hachette Sycamore Row : The sequel to A Time to Kill

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Hachette Sycamore Row : The sequel to A Time to Kill

Sycamore Row: The Sequel To A Time To Kill, available in paperback, belongs to the Jake Brigance series. This novel is a legal thriller that revolves around how the children of a dead person fight for their right to his property. The first book of the series left off at Carl Lee Hailey's trial. The story in Sycamore Row begins three years later. Seth Hubbard fixes a meeting with one of his employees one Sunday by a Sycamore tree. But when the employee reaches the decided place, he finds Seth Hubbard dead. He is seen hung by a noose on one of the branches of a tree. The book, Sycamore Row, further describes the reason for the suicide as the lung cancer he was suffering from that was terminal. Unable to bear the pain, he ends his life, but not before leaving behind a set of instructions with specifications for his funeral and burial. At the same time, Jake Brigance receives a letter from Seth Hubbard which has a revised holographic that makes the previous one invalid. in the new will, no money goes to his children and therefore Hubbard requests Jake to handle it in a way that his kids don't create a ruckus, which is exactly what happens. Sycamore Row: The Sequel To A Time To Kill, was published on 27th October, 2013. The novel further describes the complicated events that take place subsequently, leading to a controversial trial.

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Brand / Publisher Hachette
Return Policy 30 Days
Book Type Reference Books
Edition 2016
ISBN 9781444779554
Author John Grisham
Language English
Pages 400
Binding Paperback


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Hachette India is the Indian arm of the UK’s largest general books publisher. Hachette UK, which is made up of companies like Headline, Hodder & Stoughton, Little, Brown, Octopus, Orion, Chambers-Harrap, Piatkus, Hodder Education including Arnold, and Hachette Children’s Books; with legendary imprints like John Murray, Everyman, Gollancz, Orbit, Abacus, Sceptre, Virago, Business Plus, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Cassell, Hamlyn, Bounty, etc.; and brands like John Grisham, Asterix, Enid Blyton, Horrid Henry, Stephen King, Steve Berry, Jeffery Deaver, Jodi Picoult, Alexander McCall Smith, Gregory David Roberts, Mathew Reilly, Martina Cole, James Patterson, Robert Ludlum, Vikram Seth and Amitav Ghosh (in the UK), Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and Lavanya Sankaran, to name a few.

Hachette India commenced operations in 2008 and began its local publishing programme in May 2009 with Amit Varma’s My Friend Sancho, the highest selling fiction debut of the year. This was followed by such books as Manjit Kumar’s Quantum (shortlisted for the BBC Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2009) and Seeds of Terror by Gretchen Peters.

The Children’s books division got off to a great start as well with the bestselling The Mahatma and the Monkeys. The year that followed saw the publication of several bestselling titles including Turbulence by star Samit Basu, Third Best by Arjun Rao and a spate of non-fiction leads like 24 Akbar Road, The Absent State, Red Markets, Travelling Diva by celebrity Chef Ritu dalmia, and the country’s first Yearbook for Children. Hachette India publishes general, literary and commercial fiction, children’s and reference books as well as non- fiction, covering memoirs, self help, travel, history, business, popular culture, lifestyle and sport.

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