Kill All the Judges (Arthur Beauchamp, #3)

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  • Hardcover
  • 432 pages
  • Kill All the Judges (Arthur Beauchamp, #3)
  • William Deverell
  • English
  • 10 March 2017
  • 0771027214

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Kill All the Judges (Arthur Beauchamp, #3) This bestselling sequel to the award winning April Fool is a fastpaced, laugh out loud story of madness, murder, and mayhem.Is someone systematically killing the judges of the B.C bar At least one has been murdered and several have disappeared Arthur Beauchamp returns from retirement once again to take on the case, this time defending his former nemesis, backwoods poet Cudworth Brown, and tracking down a mystery novel that Brown s demented former lawyer has been writing all this just as his own wife, Margaret, has announced her candidacy for the Green Party in a forthcoming federal by election.Complex, madcap, and peopled with some of the most delightfully eccentric characters to be found between two covers, Kill All the Judges than proves William Deverell s mastery of the hilarious crime novel. New Read [ Kill All the Judges (Arthur Beauchamp, #3) ] Author [ William Deverell ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Kill All the Judges (Arthur Beauchamp, #3)

  1. Matt says:

    William Deverell brings Arthur Beauchamp back for a third novel in the series Putting a new spin onCanadian legal drama, Deverell keeps the reader hooked into this whodunit until after the final gavel resonates in the courtroom Again happy with his retirement and going so far as to pledge to retire from unretiring , Arthur Beauchamp is happy to enjoy life on Garibaldi Island However, Margaret has her eyes set on a new prize, the nomination for the Green Party in the upcoming federal William Deverell brings Arthur Beauchamp back for a third novel in the series Putting a new spin onCanadian legal drama, Deverell keeps the reader hooked into this whodunit until after the final gavel resonates in the courtroom Again happy with his retirement and going so far as to pledge to retire from unretiring , Arthur Beauch...

  2. Bonnie says:

    Very entertaining, interesting vocabulary I have yet to read April Fool Looking forward to meeting him at Whistler

  3. Craig Sisterson says:

    Bumblingly brilliant legal legend Arthur Beauchamp is arm twisted from his rustic life of retirement for the murder trial of crude poet Cudworth Brown a man Arthur fears cuckolded him in the past.For my money, the finest writer of contemporary tales blending courtroom and crime is William Deverell The Canadian maestro is to John Grisham what James Lee Burke is to James Patterson, or a Ch teau Lafite Rothschild is to a pleasingly quaffable supermarket red wine.In KILL ALL THE JUDGES, Beauchamp Bumblingly brilliant legal legend Arthur Beauchamp is arm twisted from his rustic life of retirement for the murder trial of crude poet Cudworth Brown a man Arthur fears cuckolded him in the past.For my money, the finest writer of contemporary tales blending courtroom and crime is William Deverell The Canadian maestro is to John Grisham what James Lee Burke is to James Patterson, or a Ch teau Lafite Rothschild is to a pleasingly quaffable supermarket red wine.In KILL ALL THE JUDGES, Beauchamp has retired from the law He s happy living a life of simple rural pleasures with wife Margaret on Garibaldi, one of the Gulf Islands off Vancouver He has absolutely no desire to don the robe and wig of his former glories and sometimes not so glories So when ribald local poet Cud Brown, an ex steelworker turned act...

  4. Alexander Inglis says:

    This mad cap murder mystery and court room drama is another star turn for Arthur Ramsgate Beauchamp, a retired criminal attorney who can t seem to stay retired or away from dead bodies William Deverell s Kill All the Judges is the third novel in the series.Cud Brown, a foul mouthed ex steel worker turned ribald poet, lives on Garibaldi Island, Arthur s chosen retirement home Cud s got a problem he s been charged with the murder of a judge, His Honour Whynet Moir, who disappeared over the ba This mad cap murder mystery and court room drama is another star turn for Arthur Ramsgate Beauchamp, a retired criminal attorney who can t seem to stay retired or away from dead bodies William Deverell s Kill All the Judges is the third novel in the series.Cud Brown, a foul mouthed ex steel worker turned ribald poet, lives on Garibaldi Island, Arthur s chosen retirement home Cud s got a problem he s been charged with the murder of a judge, His Honour Whynet Moir, who disappeared over the balcony of his fabulous estate home Cud was there but drunk enough that he doesn t remember a thing other than getting up to mischief with the late judge s trophy wife, Florenza With the whole island urging Arthur to take the case, he demures, and plonks the case in the lap of Brian Pomeroy But Pomeroy s got a problem, too he s stewing over a divorce, getting deeper into substance abuse and, while he ...

  5. Tinika says:

    Kill All the Judges is hilarious in a nerdy, literary kind of way A quick summary of the first half goes like this 1 Not wanting to come out of retirement, Arthur Beauchamp foists unpleasant neighbour and murder suspect Cudworth Brown onto Vancouver lawyer, Brian Pomeroy.2 Brian Pomeroy, disenchanted with law, dreams of becoming a famous mystery writer His dre...

  6. Lis says:

    I put this one aside for a couple of weeks, but came back to it today.Another in the series of Arthur Pomeroy, retired Vancouver defence lawyer, who is coerced into defending in a last murder trial While his wife Margaret runs for Parliament as a Green candidate.Some silline...

  7. Diana Simpson says:

    Give this a 3.5 Bit confusing in parts and too many characters that I got a bit los.t Court room scenes the best with a surprise ending.

  8. Coreena McBurnie says:

    Recently I picked up Kill All The Judges by William Deverell Several BC judges have been killed and no one knows if it is just a coincidence Cudworth Brown, a backwoods, uncouth poet from Gabriolla Island is accused of killing Justice Whynet Moir Brown is being represented by Brian Pomeroy, a hotshot lawyer who has gone off the rails after his divorce He is now on cocaine, is delusional, and is writing a creative non fiction mystery about the case After Pomeroy runs from the courtroom on t Recently I picked up Kill All The Judges by William Deverell Several BC judges have been killed and no one knows if it is just a coincidence Cudworth Brown, a backwoods, uncouth poet from Gabriolla Island is accused of killing Justice Whynet Moir Brown is being represented by Brian Pomeroy, a hotshot lawyer who has gone off the rails after his divorce He is now on cocaine, is delusional, and is writing a creative non fiction mystery about the case After Pomeroy runs from the courtroom on the first day, Arthur Beauchamp, a fellow islander, is reluctantly recruited to come out of retirement and represent Brown Beauchamp has better things to do he has a farm to run, his wife is running as the federal Green Party representative, and he is given only three days to prepare for the major trial That, and he does not like Brown First off, I have to say that Deverell has an amazing vocabulary and h...

  9. Philip says:

    This book is the 3rd in the Arthur Beauchamp series and, again, I will reiterate my opinion that all series should be read in order if at all possible That is the only way that the reader can appreciate the development of the protagonist, in this case Arthur Beauchamp, and any other recurring characters and understand some of the character s quirks or whatever.In this series I really liked the 1st Trial of Passion and I found the 2nd April Fool , while a good read, not nearly as satisfyi This book is the 3rd in the Arthur Beauchamp series and, again, I will reiterate my opinion that all series should be read in order if at all possible That is the only way that the reader can appreciate the development of the protagonist, in this case Arthur Beauchamp, and any other recurring characters and understand some of the character s quirks or whatever.In this series I really liked the 1st Trial of Passion and I found the 2nd April Fool , while a good read, not nearly as satisfying as the the 1st Now William Deverell has redeemed himself and produced a novel that was every bit as good a read as the first, if not even funnier, and would be worthy of 5 stars if not for the ending which I found somewhat soft and confusing How can you just allow the admitted guilty culprit to run off with no apparent punishment or retribution Unless the whole plan is to set up a sequence like Michael C...

  10. Neill Smith says:

    Arthur Beauchamp did not want to take on Cudworth Brown s trial for murder he was still miffed about the time Cud had spent up a tree with Arthur s wife, Margaret, in a demonstration against logging he was further put out by all the kidding he took from his neighbours on Garibaldi Island about that incident Margaret was running as a Green candidate in a federal byelections and he wanted to be sup...