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The Brief review ✓ 3 Wrongfully accused of his wife's murder Barrister Charles Holborne must convince the police of his innocenceBarrister Charles Holborne spends his life dealing with law breakers people of viol. Book Reviewed on wwwwhisperingstoriescomBarrister Charles Holborne believes that hidingrenouncing his Jewish heritage will help his legal career so he reinvents himself to try to play down his Jewish heritage in his job as a criminal Barrister He believes that if his true identity is common knowledge it will hold him back in the legal world especially as he is the only barrister at his law firm to be state educatedHowever even after his reinvention he still struggles with his self esteem which in turn has a negative impact on his personal life and leaves him with trust issues where his colleagues are concernedDespite everything he is good at his job He wins cases and puts his heart and soul into his job which unfortunately causes some marital issues with his wife Henrietta Then something unimaginable happens and Charles has to fight to survive and uestions everything he knows as he finds himself on the wrong side of the law trying to clear his name for a crime he did not commitI really enjoyed this book from start to finish It is an easy thriller to read and I really liked Charles Holborne Set amongst the violent troubles that plagued London in the 1960s Charles Holborne can t see his career going anywhere if people find out he is Jewish Much to his family and the Jewish communities disbelief and annoyance he turns his back on his heritage in the hope that he can keep it uiet and make his career in a world filled with upper class people who were privately educated and went to the top universitiesThe book is split into five sections and you get to stay with Charles as he is charged with a murder he didn t commit He knows he s been set up but by who Unfortunately he has a reputation of taking down some of the most violent criminals in London plus he isn t liked by many of his colleagues due to his high case wins rate so he has his work cut out trying to find out who the real murderer is and clear his name at the same time But the clock is tickingI was hooked to the entire plot and found myself eagerly reading every time I picked the book up The story is very realistic and I could perfectly visualise all that was happening This is the first book in a series featuring Charles Holborne if this first book is anything to go by this is going to be one amazing series to read SolarisTM Internals Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris Kernel Architecture 2nd Edition Solaris Series reinvents himself to try to play down his Jewish heritage in his job as a criminal Barrister He believes that if his true identity is common knowledge it will hold him back in the legal world especially as he is the only barrister at his law firm to be state educatedHowever even after his The Story of Before reinvention he still struggles with his self esteem which in turn has a negative impact on his personal life and leaves him with trust issues where his colleagues are concernedDespite everything he is good at his job He wins cases and puts his heart and soul into his job which unfortunately causes some marital issues with his wife Henrietta Then something unimaginable happens and Charles has to fight to survive and uestions everything he knows as he finds himself on the wrong side of the law trying to clear his name for a crime he did not commitI Tempting Treasures really enjoyed this book from start to finish It is an easy thriller to Mikrocontrollertechnik Mit Avr read and I Geschichte Der Hexenprozesse really liked Charles Holborne Set amongst the violent troubles that plagued London in the 1960s Charles Holborne can t see his career going anywhere if people find out he is Jewish Much to his family and the Jewish communities disbelief and annoyance he turns his back on his heritage in the hope that he can keep it uiet and make his career in a world filled with upper class people who were privately educated and went to the top universitiesThe book is split into five sections and you get to stay with Charles as he is charged with a murder he didn t commit He knows he s been set up but by who Unfortunately he has a People Centricity reputation of taking down some of the most violent criminals in London plus he isn t liked by many of his colleagues due to his high case wins A Girl's Guide to Vampires rate so he has his work cut out trying to find out who the Murderers Scoundrels and Ragamuffins The First Ward #3 real murderer is and clear his name at the same time But the clock is tickingI was hooked to the entire plot and found myself eagerly The Labors of Heracles reading every time I picked the book up The story is very 7 Myths About Women and Work realistic and I could perfectly visualise all that was happening This is the first book in a series featuring Charles Holborne if this first book is anything to go by this is going to be one amazing series to Tales Of Bygone New England read

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The Brief review ✓ 3 Ent criminality But when his philandering wife Henrietta is found with her throat slashed Charles finds himself up to his neck in serious trouble of the murderous kind Arrested for her murder. Charles Holborne has done well in life despite his background of being a Jew from the East End He became a barrister the only barrister in Chambers to have been state educated he got into Cambridge by virtue of a scholarship Turning his back on his past and his family Charles marries well and tries to hide his Jewish heritage However he always feels like an outsider with the British elite and feels he will never be one of themCharles desire to bring in criminal cases to a Chambers that prefers to handle civil cases only causes him to obtain a few enemies in the officeWhile he is making a name for himself in the courts Charles private life is slowly falling apart as he works long hours his wife moves her attentions elsewhere The Brief is an engrossing legal thriller The character development was well executed with plenty of back story on Charles so the reader received a good overall feel of how Charles thinksThe first half of the story focused on the legal system and a court case Charles was involved in It wasn t until the second half that the pace picked up and we follow Charles whilst on the run from police as he pieces together his own evidence to prove his innocence when he is framed for a murderThere was a sexual harassment scene that I thought didn t really play out well and I couldn t see why it was included in the storyThe setting of 1960 s London was atmospheric with the dimly lit deserted streets and the dingy pubs Set in a time when there were no mobile phones or credit cards it made for some clever plotting when Charles was on the runI am eagerly looking forward to seeing what is next for Charles Holborne My thanks to the publisher for my copy to read 23 Weihnachts Tiergeschichten reader Messy Jessy received a good overall feel of how Charles thinksThe first half of the story focused on the legal system and a court case Charles was involved in It wasn t until the second half that the pace picked up and we follow Charles whilst on the The International Dictionary of Event Management The Wiley Event Management Series run from police as he pieces together his own evidence to prove his innocence when he is framed for a murderThere was a sexual harassment scene that I thought didn t Domicile 1 really play out well and I couldn t see why it was included in the storyThe setting of 1960 s London was atmospheric with the dimly lit deserted streets and the dingy pubs Set in a time when there were no mobile phones or credit cards it made for some clever plotting when Charles was on the Individual Motivation Within Groups runI am eagerly looking forward to seeing what is next for Charles Holborne My thanks to the publisher for my copy to Why I Am a Jew read

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The Brief review ✓ 3 Can Charles discover the truth of her brutal death and prove his innocence to a skeptical investigators This is compelling whodunnit set in 1960s London and an addictive read for any crime f. Simon Michael s The Brief has been described as BritCrime at its best and I would wholeheartedly agree it s so impressive It had me hooked from the very first page till the tense gripping endThis is so much than a legal thriller intense riveting compelling and with plenty of action to keep you turning the pages The Brief gives you a brilliant insight into the criminal justice system in the 1960 s and the legal goings on behind the scenes with the frightening realisation that criminals could still hang for certain crimes committed back then This wasn t some boring courtroom drama that dragged out but a very exciting and intriguing thriller incorporating the courtroom through court transcripts and police documents which I found a very original and novel way of portraying the facts of the trial I loved the ambience of the book London during the swinging 60 s the clubs and pubs the criminals and the gang warsThe final part of the book was a race against time and had me holding my breath I hate injustices in stories and I desperately wanted a favourable outcome you ll need to read the book to find out if Charles finally escapes his false charge of murderThe authors attention to detail using his own personal experience as a barrister for many years is second to none and stunningly authentic There s no over the top legal jargon or complex terminology The brilliant writing style was easy to follow and understand a captivating plot that has you screaming for justice and a list of characters that are very believable even the corrupt police officers there s just nothing not to like in this book I loved Charles who is uite the anti hero with his honourable morals and hardworking intentions whilst struggling to come to terms with his background and family rejectionI ve been told that the seuel An Honest Man is even better still and I really can t wait to read about Charles Holborne and the 1960 s


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  1. says: [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE Simon Michael Ð 3 review

    Simon Michael Ð 3 review [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE Simon Michael's The Brief has been described as 'BritCrime at its best' and I would wholeheartedly agree it's so impressive It had

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    review The Brief Simon Michael Ð 3 review review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Simon Michael First and foremost a large thank you to Simon Michael and Sapere for providing me with a copy of this publication which allows me to provide you with an unbiased reviewAlways a fan of a decent legal thriller I jumped at the

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    review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Simon Michael [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE Simon Michael Ð 3 review Book Reviewed on wwwwhisperingstoriescomBarrister Charles Holborne believes that hidingrenouncing his Jewish heri

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    [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Simon Michael review The Brief 1960s London gang wars corrupt police vice and pornography ex boxer Charles Holborne has plenty of opportunities to build his reputation with the criminal classes as a barrister who delivers But Charles an East End boy made good is not all he seems and his past is snapping at his heels When his philandering wife has her throat slashed Holborne finds himself on the wrong side of the law and on the run Can he discover the truth o

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    review The Brief Simon Michael Ð 3 review review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Simon Michael Charles Holborne has done well in life despite his background of being a Jew from the East End He became a barrister the only barrister in Chambers to have been state educated he got into Cambridge by virtue of a scholarship Turning his back on his past and his family Charles marries well and tries to hide his Jewish heritage How

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    [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE A gritty legal drama set in 1960s London this fast moving thriller brought this setting alive Featuring appearances from the Krays I felt immersed within this corrupted city and enjoyed seeing the plot developAdmittedly I don’t think things really got going until half way through the story The writer takes great pains to establish the narrative and characters and whilst this is no bad thing meant that for a long time I could not see how

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    [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Simon Michael Simon Michael Ð 3 review Thoroughly Entertaining This is a very well written story and it has an edge to it that I certainly enjoyed It was uite easy to lose myself among the pages for uite a few hours Charles Holborne is a great character and like the backg

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    [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Simon Michael Simon Michael's The Brief has been described as 'BritCrime at its best' and I would wholeheartedly agree it's so impressive It had me hooked from the very first page till the tense gripping endThis is so much than a legal thriller intense riveting compelling and with plenty of action to keep you turning the pag

  9. says: review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Simon Michael [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE Simon Michael Ð 3 review

    [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE Simon Michael Ð 3 review I picked up The Brief one Saturday afternoon after the football results disappointed me yet again and by Sunday morning I was into the final pages This is a seriously good British crime novel and really stands out from the rest by including real court documents We are introduced to Plumber and Sands at the start; Sands has just go

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    review The Brief [The Brief] EBOOK / KINDLE Visit the locations in the novel my The Brief BooktrailThis was a gem of a find for many reasons – the real court documents and police statements added to the already immersive detail and added to the uniue premise of the criminal set up I was hooked from page one The novel was very immersive – not just in the bacon sm

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  • Paperback
  • 272
  • The Brief
  • Simon Michael
  • English
  • 23 February 2020
  • 9781910692004