Barrister Dan Becket is caught up in a war crimes trial connected to his family history. How true are the allegations that Major Montford ordered the execution of a concentration camp survivor in 1945? Accepting the brief will ruin Dan's career; refusing it will endanger the lives of his family.
Dexter Dias is a practising barrister specialising in criminal defence and legal aid cases. He is in his early thirties, and was inspired to try write fiction when he met Ruth Rendell while defending a client on a murder charge.
Rule Of Law by Dexter Dias
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Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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