The Judges Song
by Bernard Bannerman
It was, as Dave Woolf said, ‘the sort of thing that doesn’t happen in England’. High-court corruption, gangsters, fire-bombs and a bit of murder on the side - all of it against the backdrop of a family drama raging through London, the West Country and the South of France. Nor is it the sort of thing that solicitors ought to be investigating. But Woolf is no ordinary solicitor.