Much in Evidence by Henry Cecil Penguin Books FIRST EDITION 1962

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Much in Evidence by Henry Cecil Penguin Books FIRST EDITION 1962

Paperback Literary Fiction Comedy Sober as a Judge by Henry Cecil, 1962, comedy based on the quirks and foibles of the English legal system, a book which will delight lawyers and laymen alike. Henry Cecil Leon (19 September 1902 â 23 May 1976), who wrote under the pen-names Henry Cecil and Clifford Maxwell, was a judge and a writer of fiction about the British legal system. He was born near London in 1902 and was called to the Bar in 1923. His books are works of great comic genius with unpredictable twists of plot.
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