Please note, most of the opinions of English legal practice are those of the writer, Mr. White. I do not agree with many of them, but it was easier to write it this way. My comments and emphases are in italics. For my current story, I was looking for information on UK trial procedure, especially … Continue reading Oh my lord…
I’m writing a story set in Switzerland and have been looking into rules and customs to make it more accurate. I just came on some interesting facts. Firstly, if you think this country is full of state's-prerogative people, we don't hold a candle to the cantons of Switzerland. A relatively small country (around 7.9 million), … Continue reading Swiss Gun Laws as I Understand Them.
I've been trying to find information on courtroom procedure in the 1920's for a sequel to my historical romance, Unexpected Danger. I think I might have found good sources for the tendencies of English courts around that time. One is a book written in the 1960's about a court case in 1931, The Killing of … Continue reading Possible Goldmine
Spellbinder by Thea Harrison My rating: 5 of 5 stars Just finished Thea Harrison's Spellbinder. So wonderful! The conflation of Merlin and Morgana La Fey (here a male named Morgan) was brilliant! Morgan is an awesome character. You really felt his anger, frustration and loss. One more in a long line of awesome stories in … Continue reading Fantastic read!