The Keeper of Lost Things – Ruth Hogan

I never had any particular beef with Richard & Judy book club. Mostly because I don't own a TV, and I didn't go out of my way to find out. So I had no exposure to it. Now things have changed. Now we do have a problem. After this book I will actively avoid the …

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Sycamore Row – John Grisham

I have mentioned of few other occasions that I do tend to fall back on John Grisham when in need of dependable but not to challenging read. He is just reliable, has his ups and downs, but never goes below a certain standard. So as I started my two weeks laziness finally (after 6 months …

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The Secret Barrister: Stories of the Law and How It’s Broken – The Secret Barrister – Quotes

In twenty-first-century criminal litigation where liberty is on the line, matters of law, not just fact, are decided by volunteers armed with absolutely no formal legal knowledge or training Magistrates, and the quality of justice that their courts engender, are very much The Future. This hangover of thirteenth-century parochial peace-keeping, far from being gently put …

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The Secret Barrister: Stories of the Law and How It’s Broken – The Secret Barrister

I bought this book few months ago on Amazon sale. It came, landed on my TBR bookshelf and patiently waited for its time. It finally came after I read several books in a row revolving heavily around women and their lives. I felt it is time to dive into a different subject matter. And the …

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