ePub 1840 kb. | Fb2 1666 kb. | DJVU: 1224 kb.
Fiction, Literature

Without Prejudice epub ebook

by Nicola Williams

Without Prejudice epub ebook

Author: Nicola Williams
Category: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Press; New Ed edition (1998)
Pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 0747254826
ISBN13: 978-0747254829
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 217
Other formats: azw lrf lrf lrf

FREE shipping on qualifying offers

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A legal thriller by one of England's hottest new writers pits black barrister Lee Mitchell against sinister forces that may be residing in her own firm as she defends financier Clive Omaritian against fraud charges.

Without Prejudice book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

by. Williams, Nicola, 1961-. Fraud Fiction, London (England) Fiction, Minority women Fiction, Women lawyers Fiction. New York, NY : St. Martin's Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. L on October 13, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Black female barrister Lee Mitchell thinks she has it made when she takes on a dream client, financier Clive Omaritian, defending him on fraud charges. Soon, however, she finds her opposition might be closer to home than she wants to believe, possibly even in her own firm.

Listen to books in audio format. Nina can’t let herself fall in love with the man she’s going to marry. We can’t know light without first knowing dark. and Garth Black’s about to get acquainted with the dark in a whole new way. Romance & Love, History & Fiction. Both of them have experienced the sting and sham of love and have no intentions of falling victim to it twice.

Without Prejudice? is a British game show that aired on Channel 4 from 4 January 2003 to 16 April 2004 and is hosted by Liza Tarbuck. The object involves five random people deciding which one of five strangers is worthy of winning money. UK version: £50,000 in series one, £20,000 in series two). The decisions are based on the impressions and opinions of each contestant as made by the panelists.

Nicole Williams is Bernard, Craig and Jessica's mother, the wife of Duane, the daughter-in-law of Earl and Jojo Williams and the aunt of Bryson and Kimmy Williams. She is a recurring character in Craig of the Creek. Nicole wears a blue shirt with gray jeans and black shoes, she also has a gold earring. Nicole is a caring and loving mother who cares about her kids, but this can also make her quite strict. She has a overall good relationship with her family and loves them very much.

Reviews (2)
As a former member of the British Criminal Justice core, I was attracted to this work firstly because of its title and secondly because of my professional knowledge of its writer. This first work provides an excellent 'birds eye view' of the British legal system with all its quirks and splendour, Nicola Williams is an excellent advocate, and has a mind and maturity that is far beyond her years. Well done, we need to hear more from Nicola and about the progress of the main character Now! How soon before the next book appears on the shelf?

Lee Mitchell is an anomaly in the British legal system. There is absolutely no way a black female from a working class family could become a barrister. Yet, Lee not only is practicing law, she is earning a reputation for having a high success rate. Thus, it is not surprising anymore when legal friends send clients her way.
Solicitor Brendan Donnelly pleads with Lee to represent playboy financier Clive Omartian on charges of fraud. A bit wary, Lee accepts the case. However, she is totally unprepared for Clive's aristocratic, hedonistic lifestyle filled with drugs and young girls. She also loathes how he seems to twist reality to fit his needs, and more and more imposes himself on her personal life. However, Lee has no one to turn to as everyone seems to desert her, leaving her integrity and perhaps her professional life on the line as the Omartian case takes shape.
WITHOUT PREJUDICE is a tense British legal thriller that introduces a very unique character, who will be well received by fans of the sub-genre. Some patience will be needed by fans on this side of the Atlantic because the British system of justice seems surprisingly so alien. However, sub-genre fans will find it worth reading because no one has laid out the system so brilliantly and effortlessly in as an engrossing tale as Nicola Williams has done with this novel. Additionally, the place in a so-called just society of minorities is provided without preaching. Hopefully, more novels starring Lee Williams and the English code of law will follow soon.

Harriet Klausner

2016-2020 © www.hotellemcasadeicervia.it
All rights reserved