Summary

In his pupil age year, Baby Barista learned the hard way that dirty tricks and a faulty moral compass are essential items in a young lawyer's briefcase. Now, as the newest tenant in chambers, he must face down old enemies, try to win compensation for a group of ASBO-attracting pensioners, and unravel the complicated knots of his love life - not to mention his mother's finances. Chronicling the hilarious and sometimes almost unbelievable absurdities of the modern bar and peopled by a cast of unforgettable characters, Law and Peace is a funny, fast-paced Machiavellian romp through the legal world.
©2011 Tim Kevan (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By Mrs. K. I. Richards on 03-01-16

sequel to law and disorder.

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baby barrista faces many different challenges in this story, some personal, some to do with the law and one to do with his enemy top first.
enjoyed the story with the bits of humour running through it.
the author, tim kevan, did a good job performing his book.
will he write another baby barrista book? I hope so.

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