Hatred, Ridicule and Contempt - David Cooper Reviews
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Hatred, Ridicule & Contempt is the first novel by David Cooper. As a solicitor, it is perhaps unsurprising that he has written a novel about the law, sticking to what he knows. Hatred, Ridicule & Contempt follows Alex Harris, a solicitor who at the start of the novel is made a partner at his firm. Having been passed over the previous year, Harris is pleased to finally have his hard work recognized, yet as the novel goes on he learns more and more of the firm's dark secrets and management style. The main story centres around Harris's case defending a newspaper against libel accusations, which soon turns out to be connected to a much bigger ... Read the complete review
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