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“Robinson exposed us to the murky world of privilege, corruption, murder and banking very well.”
Join Detective Jack Munday as he combs London for the high-flying killer whose powerful cohort strives to prevent Munday from uncovering the truth.
Micah Seven Five is a police-procedural crime novel with the uncanny ability to throw regular people into irregular situations to create an immersive read.
“Trust ye not in a friend, put ye not confidence in a guide.” – Micah, Verse 7 Chapter 5
When a sunny morning presents an unnamed corpse stuffed into a black carrier bag and dumped outside a local charity shop, Detective Inspector Jack Munday and his team scramble to piece together the man’s identity.
The trail leads them into the excesses of London’s highly paid bankers, where a lifestyle of drugs, sex, risk-taking and flamboyant living come easily.
Doing his best to keep his messy personal life from affecting his job, Munday works to uncover the surprising past of a now-powerful cohort, whose present mission is to keep the Detective away from uncovering the uncomfortable truth behind the uncharitable murder.
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Author: Howard Robinson
Release Date: June 2014
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Micah Seven Five leans much more towards Morse or Midsommer than towards the bleak, melancholy of Nordic noir or the urban grit of The Sweeney. There’s considerable detail, following the police investigation while intimately reporting everyday reality. […] At the end, it’s satisfying to be surprised by the final page.
Really vivid descriptions. Robinson exposed us to the murky world of privilege, corruption, murder and banking very well. I can see this detective coming back again and again.
In his writing, Howard Robinson enjoys taking ordinary people and placing them in extraordinary situations and playing around with the way they would respond. He says it brings out the megalomaniac in him.
But essentially, Howard tries to create stories he would enjoy reading, to explore situations and emotions safely within the confines of the page. He aims to create worlds and characters with whom readers can identify and sympathise.
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