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Michael Underwood

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Smooth Justice - Michael Underwood
1979 UK hardcover first Book Club edition, , BCA, London
A VG++ book in VG++ dust jacket
The book has no names or inscriptions or stamps or bookplates etc
Tightly bound and square
The dustwrapper shows no chips tears
Donald Ferney, a magistrate, who is well regarded publicly but privatle has many enemies begins to get threatening letters. It is over the case of a corrupt policeman and he is told in no uncertain way to throw it out of court. A classic whodunnit from this polished author
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Brief Biography
Michael Underwood, a pseudonym for John Michael Evelyn, was born in Britain, 2 June 1916. He was privately educated before going to Oxford University, then on to a career in law. He had several series characters, namely, Nick Atwell, Rosa Epton, Inspector Simon Manton and Richard Monk. He brings his profession to his narratives, which are well researched, accurate and precisely conveyed. The law does play a bit part in most of the books though they are not quite procedurals. The authors keeps a grip of the plot and does not overburden it with legal technicalities and courtroom scenes. With approximately 40 books written there is certainly plenty to get your teeth into!

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