Good News, Bad News - A Robbie Munro Thriller (Paperback)William McIntyre (author)
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Good news: Robbie Munro is in work. Bad News: his client is the granddaughter of a sheriff notorious for his hostility to defence counsel - especially Robbie.
Good news: another client has won the lottery and wants Robbie to find her husband Freddy. Bad news: Freddy is in hiding, having swindled local hard man Jake Turpie, Robbie's former landlord.
Can Robbie fix things so that it's all good news from now on?
Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 361 g
Dimensions: 200 x 130 x 30 mm
Edition: 2nd New edition
'Take a large measure of Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn in Adam's Rib, add a plot that would knock John Grisham for six, season with a picaresque cast of supporting characters, garnish with one-liners that Frankie Boyle would kill for and you have a recipe for a page-turner of the highest quality. Good News, Bad News is the latest in real-life lawyer William McIntyre's 'Best Defence' novels, and If I was a commissioning editor for one of our TV companies, I'd snap up the rights double quick. I've no doubt they could easily become the most popular crime series since Taggart.'
'Written with an eye and ear to the reality of a busy criminal practitioner, drawing on years of success.'
'Dry and pleasing wit which will surely see Robbie taking his place alongside Christopher Brookmyre's Jack Parlabane soon.'
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I'm so glad I came across this thriller series featuring lawyer, Robbie Munro. Lots happening, twists and turns and full of wit and humour also. Fast moving and really enjoyable.
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