Books

Tim Kevan is the author of two novels: Law and Disorder (2009) and Law and Peace (2011) and the co-author of Why Lawyers Should Surf (now out of print).

Law and Disorder (originally called BabyBarista and the Art of War) is published by Bloomsbury and was 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". It is based is based on the BabyBarista Blog which previously appeared on The Times for three years and is now with The Guardian and which was described by The Lawyer as "genius". The sequel Law and Peace (Bloomsbury, 2011) can be ordered at amazon.


Law and Peace (Bloomsbury, 2011) is the second novel in The BabyBarista Files. The Daily Mail described it as “highly recommended” and a “funny, sharp account of backstabbing Bar life” and broadcaster Jeremy Vine called it “a novel bursting with invention” It can be ordered at amazon.