Finished reading "Ford County" by John Grisham and found it to be a fairly enjoyable book.
It's the author's first collection of short stories following on the heels of his one non-fiction and scores of fiction bestsellers. Said catalog of Grisham books is detailed on his website and for myself "Ford County" as a read ranked somewhere above "The Street Lawyer" (which I didn't like at all) and below "The Innocent Man" (which was the non-fiction effort and I found to be excellent).
I can't say that I learned anything from "Ford County" or that the writing was particularly enthralling, but... I was entertained and if someone generally enjoys Grisham, this book would not disappoint.