Tim Kevan’s first novel Law and Disorder (Bloomsbury, 2009) (originally called BabyBarista and the Art of War) is based on the BabyBarista Blog which previously appeared on The Guardian online for two years and The Times online for three years. His second novel is a sequel entitled Law and Peace (Bloomsbury, 2011). He is also the co-author of Why Lawyers Should Surf (now out of print). In the past he wrote or co-wrote ten law books and numerous articles. For more information, click on the links below and to buy a copy of one of his books, click here. Tim also works as a freelance writer, blogger and copywriter and if this is of interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law and Peace (Bloomsbury, 2011)
A sequel to Law and Disorder following the various shenanigans which come to pass during BabyBarista’s second year in chambers. It was described by broadcaster Jeremy Vine as “a novel bursting with invention”.
Law and Disorder (Bloomsbury, 2009) (originally called BabyBarista and the Art of War) – information and reviews
A legal comedy which has been described by broadcaster Jeremy Vine as “a wonderful, racing read – well-drawn, smartly plotted and laugh out loud” and by The Times as “a cross between The Talented Mr Ripley, Rumpole and Bridget Jones’s Diary”.