Stitch Up - A Robbie Munro Thriller (Paperback)
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Stitch Up - A Robbie Munro Thriller (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 17/09/2019
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Newly-wed and happy, surely criminal lawyer Robbie Munro can stay out of trouble. But a notorious child-murderer might soon be free because prosecution evidence was fabricated - and it was Robbie's dad who secured the conviction.

With time running out, can Robbie uncover the truth?

Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781912240869
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 314 g
Dimensions: 200 x 195 x 25 mm
Edition: 2nd New edition


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'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. '

* Linda, Books of All Kinds blog *

'Stitch Up is a book we'd recommend to all fans of Tartan Noir who want something just a little different.'

* Undiscovered Scotland *

'I really enjoyed the legal spin on the traditional crime thriller... Very clever.'

* A Little Book Problem blog *

'Would highly recommend this un-put-downable and fast-paced read.'

* Beauty Balm blog *

'A cracking read, cleverly plotted, engaging characters, humorous and it is clear William McIntyre knows his subject matter well.'

* Grab This Book blog *

'A deft slice of Caledonian crime... rings viscerally true, thanks no doubt to McIntyre's lifelong experience in criminal law.'

* The Times *

'A compelling, well-plotted mystery.'

* The Herald *

'In this new release, he does not disappoint in bringing his trademark nail-biting, dark-humoured writing, with twists and gut-wrenching surprises that leave you thinking, 'just one more page please...''

* Scottish Field *

'My heart lifts when I hear there is a new Robbie book heading my way. [Stitch Up] rattles along at the usual breathtaking pace. I can tell you no more: all I will say is, don't do the old Agatha Christie trick of reading the last page first.'

* The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland *

'I love this series - funny, insightful, great characters, witty and absorbing... Stitch Up was possibly my favourite one yet.'

* LizLovesBooks *

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“A great twist on Tartan Noir”

The main character in the book, Robbie Munro, is a criminal lawyer just like the author and McIntyre’s background knowledge really shines through in the writing and makes the book feel very authentic (although I’m not... More

Paperback edition
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“An excellent crime read!”

Firstly, thank you to the publisher who sent me this book after following me on twitter & felt I was sure to enjoy it!
Let me tell you she was correct!
I enjoyed it so much, I am now going to have to add the three... More

Paperback edition
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“Fast Moving Enjoyable Read.”

Why have I never heard of the author William McIntyre or his Robbie Munro thriller series, featuring Defence Lawyer Robbie Munro ? I really enjoyed this novel which is book 9 in the series, so I have a lot of catching... More

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