A Touch of Silk

A Touch of Silk

Author: Caro Fraser

Publisher: Allison & Busby Ltd

ISBN: 9780749025878

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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'Fraser keeps the reader hooked' Sunday Times To all the world, Leo Davies is both a successful and charismatic QC, whose flourishing career is the envy of the legal profession. But this outward facade conceals a troubled private life, one that he is struggling to keep hidden from his clients and co-workers. When feelings for a close colleague in chambers are rekindled, Leo is torn between following his heart and breaking apart the fragile relationship he has with his daughter. And with a new lawyer joining the team at 5 Caper Court, Leo is also in for a rude awakening at work. As professional rivalries become personal entanglements, flings and rumours abound, and Leo will discover the danger of mixing business with pleasure.

A Touch of Silk
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Caro Fraser
Categories: Fiction
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'Fraser keeps the reader hooked' Sunday Times To all the world, Leo Davies is both a successful and charismatic QC, whose flourishing career is the envy of the legal profession. But this outward facade conceals a troubled private life, one that he is struggling to keep hidden from his clients
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