Authors: Caro Fraser
Tags: #Fiction, #Literary
is the daughter of George MacDonald Fraser, author of the Flashman novels. She attended art school and worked as an advertising copywriter before deciding to pursue a career in law. Fraser began to write full-time while bringing up the third of her four children, and published her first novel,
, in 1993. Since then she has written several novels, including the critically acclaimed Caper Court series. She is currently a full-time shipping lawyer and lives in London.
An Immoral Code
A Hallowed Place
A Perfect Obsession
A Calculating Heart
Breath of Corruption
Errors of Judgment
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CAPER COURT SERIES …
At 5 Caper Court, the personal and professional interweave in ways as complex as the law; sharp minds and abrasive personalities lie behind deceptively polished facades. Leo Davies, silver-haired QC, captivates both his male and female co-workers. Untouched by his seemingly indiscriminate affairs, he takes his pleasure where he pleases without regard for the devastation he leaves behind.
Yet, newly made a father, Leo begins to questions his ephemeral relationships, but when his lifestyle produces sinister results that threaten to extend to his son the question becomes whether it is too late for Leo to change – to stop his life from unravelling even further …
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First published in Great Britain in 1999.
This ebook edition published by Allison & Busby in 2013.
Copyright © 1999 by C
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