The Anti-Social Behaviour of Horace Rumpole : Rumpole of the Bailey

  • by John Mortimer
  • Narrated by Bill Wallis
  • Series: Rumpole of the Bailey
  • 3 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

ASBOs may be the pride and joy of New Labour, but they don't cut much ice with Horace Rumpole - he takes the old-fashioned view that if anyone is going to be threatened with a restriction of their liberty then some form of legal proceeding ought to be gone through first. When one of the Timson children is given an ASBO for playing football in the street, Rumpole soon realizes something fishy is going on.


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nobody, just badly narrated.

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Yes,,,,,,, only bought this because the timothy west version was so goood,,,, thought this must be the same,,,, not.

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- carl

Like visiting an old friend

Rumpole is my most favorite non-conformist. He never takes himself or his colleagues too seriously. Rumpole's sense of humor is high-browed yet universal so anytime I get a chance to hear one of his cases, I take it.
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- vancouverquilter

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-01-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios