Kavanagh goes to Yorkshire fishing port Stainmouth to prosecute Roy Lawrence for negligence after his apparently unseaworthy trawler sank,claiming five lives including Roy's son Paul. The defence claims that a submarine collided with the boat, a claim that becomes more and more likely. Roy is popular in the bereaved community and even Emma, Kavanagh's junior, feels sorry for him, but Kavanagh believes Roy had his own agenda and is not the philanthropist he seems. He also averts a chambers crisis by dissuading Tom from leaving. Written by
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The picture on the cover of the copy of "Dracula" read by Emma has a likeness of Bela Lugosi
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James Kavanagh QC
We have to keep a lid on our feelings - otherwise the whole system breaks down.