One Law for the Rest of Us

 

The Sixth Ben Schroeder Novel

Two generations of abuse… one shocking conspiracy… a woman determined to expose it all

When Audrey Marshall sends her daughter Emily to the religious boarding school where she herself was educated a generation before, memories return – memories of a culture of child sexual abuse presided over by a highly-regarded priest. Audrey turns to barrister Ben Schroeder in search of justice for Emily and herself. But there are powerful men involved, men determined to protect themselves at all costs…

 

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Publisher: No Exit Press

Publication Date: 13th December 2018

PB ISBN: 978-1-085730-140-6

Format: B (198 X 129mm)

Extent: 352pp

Price: £8.99

Critical Acclaim for One Law For the Rest of Us

One Law For the Rest of Us combines a forensically accurate historical perspective with some of the most topical contemporary issues- Paul Magrath [read the full review]

The trial(s) rattle along at a good pace and in the end a form of justice is done- Dave Wurtzel, Counsel Magazine [read the full review]

Reader Reviews for One Law For the Rest of Us

I had to stay up last night to read this book. I had difficulty in putting it down once I started reading - Sue B, NetGalley Read More
Murphy immerses the reader in the entire legal process in this heartbreaking, utterly compelling and brilliant look at an issue where victims were often not believed in this historical time period and perpetrators escaped justice with ease - Paromjit H, Netgalley Read More
you will be glued to the page, willing her lawyers to find a way through the maze of obstacles erected against them to get justice for the family - A Little Book Problem Read More
This novel is so compelling because you can absolutely believe in it – it’s all too real at times that sometimes people in power can work together to suppress information or keep secrets hidden so that crimes can continue undetected - On the Shelf Read More
There is a real sense of authenticity in this book, derived from the author’s own experiences, and for me it makes these books fascinating - Jen Med's Book Reviews Read More

 

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