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Shortlisted for Book Retailer of the Year & Children's Bookseller of the Year
Shortlisted for Book Retailer of the Year & Children's Bookseller of the Year

David Crigman Naomi Nicholas Trilogy 2 Books set - Adult - Paperback

SKU: B2D3057 ISBN: 9781904440963
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Titles in this set:

  • The Molecule Man
  • What’s Truth Got to Do With it?

The Molecule Man

Naomi Nicholas, newly promoted QC, is retained for the Prosecution in the trial of a Government hatchet man whose acquittal is vital to the Home Secretary’s survival. Facing her is the brilliant, bullying and unscrupulous Ronan Cadogan, veteran of many courtroom dramas, who is determined to humiliate Naomi. Meanwhile, the sinister Special Branch Commander heads the operation to ensure the Government remains in office. In the crucible of the Old Bailey, amidst the sweet stench of political scandal, Naomi Nicholas meets ‘The Molecule Man’. Or does she? The Molecule Man is David Crigman’s second novel in the Naomi Nicholas trilogy. A practising QC specialising in criminal cases he thrusts the acrid atmosphere of court life squarely before his readers. Compelling, fast moving and deadly.

What’s Truth Got to Do With it?

When an intruder fatally stabs Paul Checkley, and inflicts horrific injuries on his wife, the police are convinced that Gary Trevors is the culprit, even though the evidence is flimsy and circumstantial. Facing a murder charge before a judge who has skeletons of his own rattling in the cupboard, Trevors is defended by the giant QC Ronan Cadogan, a ruthless bully, who is pitched into battle against ambitious Prosecutor Bertrand Haskett, with whom he has a score to settle. So begins a courtroom drama in which Cadogan seeks to manipulate the judicial process. His beautiful Junior Counsel, Naomi Nicholas watches in horror as he tries to reduce the truth to an irrelevance. Who will win? Truth, blackmail, corruption or justice? The reader is enthralled to the last page.