Star Chamber

This stunning and startling novel from the pen of A L James looks into the world of street crime and how it affects all in the community and asks – Is this what it is going to take to keep our streets and youths safe.

The Plot
The more they talked about youth crime and the spate of gun and knife killings in their area, the more frustrated and helpless Terry, Barrington and Jerry; three long time friends feel. They realise that the ‘authorities’ are only paying lip service to these problems. Just like them, it is the topic of conversations, but it seems that everyone is waiting for someone else to act.

Barrington, the Prosecuting Lawyer, sees this first hand in his practice as so many are let off with simple smack on the wrists. He begins to realise that something more radical needs to be done to protect the community.

Terry, the youth worker, becomes more and more frustrated as his efforts to ‘save’ young people in the community continue to fail amidst the fear of crime. The unprovoked attack on one of his charges forces him to re-consider his methods....Find out more: Star Chamber

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  1. Hey! Is there anybody out there reading my book, or my blog???

    If you are then I would love to hear what you think about it.

    Did the content surprise you?
    What about the writing style?
    Do you think this could really happen?

    Go on I'd love to hear from you.


  2. Got the book as a christmas present, haven't been able to put it down since

    Brill read

  3. I read this book some months ago, the method of tackling the issues raised are unconventional but I think they might just work in this society. I love the writing style and and the way the book is set out - refreshingly different. Well done Antony excellent work!


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