Who rose to enduring fame on Blood and Typewriters, told the pregnant Portia of the Chambers it would come out in the end, advised Guthrie Featherstone, Q.C. to adopt a more judicial attitude, returned in the tender gloaming of each evening – via Pommeroy’s and a glass of Chateau Fleet Street – to she who must be obeyed?
The answer is Horace Rumpole whose legal triumphs, plundering sorties into the 'Oxford Book of English Verse’ and less-than-salubrious hat are celebrated here in this first omnibus edition which includes "Rumpole of the Bailey", "The Trials of Rumpole" and "Rumpole’s Return".
Rumpole of the Bailey
Rumpole and the Younger Generation
Rumpole and the Alternative Society
Rumpole and the Honourable Member
Rumpole and the Married Lady
Rumpole and the Learned Friends
Rumpole and the Heavy Brigade
The Trials of Rumpole
Rumpole and the Man of God
Rumpole and the Showfolk
Rumpole and the Fascist Beast
Rumpole and the Case of Identity
Rumpole and the Course of True Love
Rumpole and the Age for Retirement