John Grisham, who created the characters of the novel “A Time to Kill,” in New York, Sept. 26, 2013. The stage adaptation of Grisham’s first novel, “A Time to Kill,” will open on Broadway two days before his sequel to that book will be released. (Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times) -- PHOTO MOVED IN ADVANCE AND NOT FOR USE - ONLINE OR IN PRINT - BEFORE OCT. 6, 2013.
John Grisham, who created the characters of the novel “A Time to Kill,” in New York, Sept. 26, 2013. The stage adaptation of Grisham’s first novel, “A Time to Kill,” will open on Broadway two days before his sequel to that book will be released. (Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times) -- PHOTO MOVED IN ADVANCE AND NOT FOR USE - ONLINE OR IN PRINT - BEFORE OCT. 6, 2013. FRED R. CONRAD NYT
John Grisham, who created the characters of the novel “A Time to Kill,” in New York, Sept. 26, 2013. The stage adaptation of Grisham’s first novel, “A Time to Kill,” will open on Broadway two days before his sequel to that book will be released. (Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times) -- PHOTO MOVED IN ADVANCE AND NOT FOR USE - ONLINE OR IN PRINT - BEFORE OCT. 6, 2013. FRED R. CONRAD NYT

What fuels John Grisham? Black coffee. Morality. His plans.

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