Hell Has Harbour Views

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Pan Macmillan, 2001 - City and town life - 383 pages
Reissue in the Pan imprint of a humour novel first published 2001. Presents the reality of being a lawyer in a major Sydney firm as opposed to the fantasy of a world where 'To Kill A Mockingbird' meets 'The Practice'. The law firm Rottman Maughan and Nash act for large corporations, hide dark secrets, and trample on the underdog. Hugh Walker has sold his soul in exchange for an office with harbour views and a 'lifestyle', but realises that it's not worth the moral sacrifice involved. Author is a lawyer and first-time novelist.

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