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An Immoral Code (Caper Court #3)

3.8  ·  Rating Details ·  83 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
The elegant front of Caper Court, the elite barristers' chambers, conceals unexpected emotional turmoil. As QC, Leo Davies' big case of the year is to represent a group of Lloyd's Names. They've staked everything on Leo's performance in court, blissfully unaware of the turmoil in his private life which threatens to destroy their case, for at home, the delicate facade of ...more
Published August 3rd 1998 by Phoenix
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Feb 08, 2014 Gayle rated it liked it
The third one in the series and as enjoyable as the other two.
Feb 05, 2016 Anna rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
In the third book of the Caper Court series, Leo's perfect life has taken a turn for the worse as his perfectly laid web of lies starts to unravel and his past discrepancies catches up to him in the form of his failing marriage to Rachel and the appearance of a past lover out for revenge.

Meanwhile Anthony, now a senior member of Caper Court, unwittingly starts a romantic relationship with his new pupil and starts to believe that this is something that is worth putting his hedonistic ways behind
May 10, 2009 Ali rated it liked it
Another good thick slice of life at 5 Caper Court. Leo is utterly vile I think - and I find it hard to sympathise with him at all. Anthony on the other hand I liked better in this novel - maybe he is growing up, and also Camilla is nice, but I suspect the vile Sarah will be heavily involved in the next. I also got a bit exaspereated with Rachel as I thought some of her desicions were rather odd - but I will be interested in what happens to her next. I find these novels very informative about a ...more
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Jun 22, 2016 Maureen Hetzel rated it really liked it
A book set in lawyers chambers in England but the case is less important to the plot than the intriguing relationships among those in chambers. A continuation of a series with fascinating characters of much complexity. And you won't like some of them but still need to know what happens...looking forward to the next few of the series.
Marian Stead
Apr 21, 2014 Marian Stead rated it it was ok
Much in the same vein as "Judicial Whispers" - lighthearted reading for a couple of evenings, but I would hate to think of my Legal Team behaving like these characters. The are more like infant school pupils.
May 19, 2014 Just rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book having read the first two. We start to see Rachel become a little more enlightened as to her marital situation. The new love interest naturally spices the story up a little and makes the relationships between the characters interesting to say the least.
Jeff Howells
Thank God that's over. One dimensional characters and not a single one likeable. Cliche followed cliche...
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Aug 22, 2015 Charlotte Smith rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was brill, I could read this better then the second book of the same season. Have to look round for the fourth book to see what happens
May 27, 2016 Steve rated it did not like it
Horrible. I quit after page 48. Just couldn't bring myself to continue. Thank god I got it for free.
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Fun read perfect for holidays where you don't need the book to bring home.
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