The picture shows the family home of Barry & Honey Sherman at 50 Old Colony Rd, Toronto. Their fabulous mansion had been for sale. Photos of the house and pool are on the web. The police were still guarding the billionaire’s $5 million property when I visited the location. This month, the elderly couple were […]
Cricket – Match Fixing Dead Fix –You Bet. They Win My new thriller, DEAD FIX is published in January 2018 and is hugely topical because the theme is about match fixing in sport and cricket in particular. This scourge is not new. A betting scandal in baseball erupted in America around 100 years ago. There […]
I am excited to see this book once again available after being silenced for almost exactly 30 years! The story of Lusifren, a fictitious drug created by a fictitious drug company remains a compelling story of some of the dirty tricks that have been prevalent in the industry. When White Lodge first published this book […]
GREAT NEWS! From Tuesday 28th November until Saturday 2nd December 2017, my publishers are offering Case for Compensation, my first ever novel, as a freebie via this link on Amazon – http://mybook.to/cacom It is the first of 3 books involving a resourceful Bristol lawyer called Alistair Duncan originally published back in 1980 in the days […]
Hi All! Busy time getting ready for the launch of Dead Fix on 28th January! The test-marketing with advance copies has been fabulously encouraging. This coming week I am meeting a book club for further reactions. I’m really looking forward to this. In December, I am meeting the TV folk regarding development of a series […]
The new cover for Case for Compensation.
Earlier this year, Endeavour Press of London agreed to publish my backlist and this week they have released Case for Compensation which was originally published as my first book back in 1980! It is part of a series of three involving Alistair Duncan, a Bristol lawyer. Originally published under my then pen-name of Cameron Ross, […]
A lawyer came around after surgery and asked, “Why are the curtains drawn?” The nurse replied: “There’s a fierce fire across the street and we didn’t want you to think you had died.”
Police have an uneasy relationship with many lawyers. Ratso is no exception and he enjoyed this joke and he has plenty more that fly about over a couple of pints: What is black and brown and looks good on a lawyer? Answer: A rottweiler.
A cop stopped a drunk in the early hours. The cop asked: “Can you explain why you’re out at this hour?” “If I could,” the drunk said, “I’d be home by now!”