The Scotsman Christmas Story: Edward Kane and The Matter of Honour (Chapter Three)

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Later in the day, Kane examined his Advocate’s Box, where bits and pieces of work would be deposited for the attention of Counsel. Frequently empty - apart from the odd, unwelcome bill - today it held a number of papers bound by a pink ribbon.
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