I have read all of Grisham's books and I had to wait a long time for this one. However, a big disappointment! Sometimes a writer can be too prolific and instead of spinning out another book with hundreds patiently waiting for it, it might be better to wait until you have a feasible plot. Usually, I like Grisham's approach; his characters are often bold and decisive; often doing the unexpected with challenges they must overcome each step of the way. But the plot of Camino Island had three weak building blocks (which I won't divulge so as not to spoil the book for Grisham fans) and these caused me to lose major interest in the seriousness of the the entire book. So thumbs down for me!