The rainmaker, John Grisham April 1, 1995 The rainmaker, John Grisham's sixth novel, took the summer of 1995 by storm.
For all this, interest in the rainmaker's efforts did not lax.
The last of the correspondents left on the evening of the day that Judge Thayer set the rainmaker to work.
The town knew all about the rainmaker at work behind the shielding rows of tall corn in Judge Thayer's garden.
The rainmaker sent up his vain, his fatuous, foolish, infinitesimal breath of smoke.
But the wind was against the rainmaker; nature conspired to mock him before men as the quack that he was.
Has any utmost precision of barometer been able to drive the priest out of his prerogatives as rainmaker?
A powerful and successful representative or agent, esp for a law firm: to a six-figure ''rainmaker'' generating fees for one of the most politically connected law firms in the state (1968+)