The Innocent Man unfolds with the taut suspense, intriguing characters, and vivid scenes that have made John Grisham one of the most widely read novelists in America. But this time, he's reporting on actual eventsand a courtroom drama that results in a real-life nightmare for all the wrong people. Sentenced to death for a murder he did not commit, Ron Williamson experienced a flagrant miscarriage of justice so regrettably common in criminal prosecutions across the country. His story will leave you hungering for answers; whether you read it with a group of friends or as part of a forum, The Innocent Man is not a book you will want to keep to yourself. This guide is designed to enhance your discussion of Ron Williamson's story, furthering the conversation begun by John Grisham. We hope it will enhance your experience of this chilling walk with the accused.John Grisham is the author of 'The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town', published 2006 under ISBN 9780385517232 and ISBN 0385517238.