14 Mar 2019
January, 1965. Far removed from the swingin’ bars of Soho populated by rebellious youth, the prodigal Miles Edgeworth inhabits the Old Bailey as one of England’s youngest most successful prosecutors.
However, Edgeworth has a secret that could destroy his life. And, now faced with a case in which the defendant stands accused of sodomy - the very situation he fears for himself - for the first time, he isn’t sure whether he can handle it.
He has always been careful in the past, lest he awaken the bloodhounds of the law. But now, seeking a momentary escape in that same Soho, famed for its bars full of debauchery and blasphemy, he makes the single biggest mistake of his career - falling in love.
And then, the hunt begins.
- Part 1 of Turnabout 1967
August, 2017. Apollo Justice, a young journalist, sets out for Soho on his latest investigation. His mission? To write a piece marking the fifty-year anniversary since the sodomy decriminalisation act of 1967.
On a seemingly unassuming street corner, he finds The Turntable - famous and infamous throughout its history, and one of the oldest-running gay bars in London still in operation.
Apollo isn’t here to party, though - he’s come here specifically to meet its founder and proprietor for an in-depth interview.
And, unsurprisingly, he finds the man has quite the story to tell.
[Sequel/Epilogue to ‘Bloodhounds of the Law’.]
- Part 2 of Turnabout 1967