Sat 7 January 2012, The Times

The Child Who by Simon Lelic

By Marcel Berlins
The Child Who is a quietly excellent legal thriller which, unusually, does not rely on the tension of a jury’s approaching verdict. The reader knows that 12-year-old Daniel Blake has brutally killed his fellow pupil Felicity Forbes — but not why. The focus is on his lawyer, Leo Curtice, viewing...
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