A Judge and Nothing But

Following the assassination of the Home Secretary and a number of terrorist outrages, Great Britain lapses into chaos and martial law.

Extreme political parties see an opportunity to fill the vacuum and exploit the breakdown of law and order.

Following attempts on her own life, can the formidable Supreme Court Justice Lady Charlotte Treharne and her veteran SAS husband Joel Samson, stop Britain tearing itself apart and becoming a failed State?

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Julian Ruck has done it again! Ruck is an ebullient and talented raconteur, who obviously thrives on controversy.
Norma Penfold
America should take note. Extremism be it left or right must be stopped. A powerful read.
American novelist, Edward Swanson
Julian Ruck’s style is distinctive and vigorous, in tune with the attitudes and of the time he recreates and the growing sensibilities of his central characters.
Caroline Clarke, WBC

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