The Third Ben Schroeder Novel. 1965. The British Establishment is reeling after a series of defections and acts of treachery by high-ranking Intelligence Officers. When Francis Hollander, an American academic, accuses Sir James Digby QC, a Baronet and a leader of the Bar, of being a Soviet spy, Digby retains Ben Schroeder and his head of Chambers to represent him. At first, it seems to be a simple case of libel, but as evidence starts to emerge of Digbyas association with the Cambridge Spies, and as MI6 becomes involved, Ben can no longer be sure that he can save Digby from prosecution and ruin. To obtain vital evidence, Ben will have to put his career at risk. But will it be enough? If you are a fan of John Grisham, and enjoyed BBC Oneas legal drama Silk, then youall love Peter Murphy's And Is The Still Honey for Tea!Ita#39;s just that, as a woman in the generation before Virginia, she has had to fight every inch of the way just to build a decent ... a new generation changing the rules, a generation of female barristers with a sense of entitlement, who dona#39;t feel theyanbsp;...
|Title||:||And Is There Honey Still For Tea?|
|Publisher||:||Oldcastle Books - 2015-04-23|