Release date - 16th August 2018
Book length - 320 pages
Publisher - Sandstone Press
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I want to thank Ceris from sandstonepress.com for providing me with a copy of this book for review.
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Everything is coming up roses for Robbie Munro, newly married and living in the country with his wife and child.
That is until his wife takes up employment abroad just as old flame, Jill Green, asks him to investigate the unexplained death of her partner. Suspecting foul play, Jill insists Robbie does whatever it takes to find the killer. As Robbie begins his investigation, his father, ex-Police Sergeant Alex Munro, comes under scrutiny. Was the evidence at the trial of a man found guilty of child murder twenty years ago fabricated?
Can Robbie juggle his duties as a father, investigate his ex’s claims, and prove his father’s innocence?
Gripping, intriguing, and darkly witty at times, STITCH UP by William McIntyre is a cracking story that will leave you wanting more from the main characters.
Robbie Munro is happy. Happily married, happy with his little daughter, and happy with his work as a criminal attorney. But like all things in life you never know what lies around the corner. Suddenly the woman who dumped him turns up looking for his help in investigating the death of her partner, and when a convicted child killer finds himself released on the premise that evidence was fabricated, Robbie finds himself defending his father who was the police sergeant at the time. As Robbie tries to uncover the truth for everyone involved, he soon realises that there is a lot more hidden to these cases than meets the eye, and will the guilty be brought to justice?
I immediately got sucked into this story and with excellent pacing and dynamic prose, I was hooked to the very end. There is plenty of detective work, clues, twists, and moments of dark humour to make STITCH UP by William McIntyre a really good read and I highly recommend it to crime fiction fans everywhere.
William McIntyre is a lawyer involved in criminal defence work for so long that he can remember when the Scots Criminal Justice System was regarded as the best in the world, the days when it was 'better that ten guilty men go free than one innocent man be convicted'.
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