Bad Debt by William H.S. McIntyre

Mystery Fiction

 

About The Book

Defence Lawyer Robbie Munro’s wife has been stalked by a witness in a trial she is prosecuting. When the stalker is killed and Robbie is charged with murder his friends are only too willing to come up with schemes to prove his innocence. In the end though, will it be his enemies who make the difference?


My Thoughts

Robbie Munro will have a difficult case in his hands, this time it will be personal and too close to home. His beliefs have been threatened and the line between good and bad blurred… ready to discover Bad Debt?
This is the sixth book of the Robbie Munro series, you’ll miss some character background but you can read it as standalone, don’t worry. Just one advice, they are addictive, don’t hate me if you can’t stop reading them!
This is a fast paced story, told in first person and with a very interesting plot. When Robbie is framed with the murder of his wife’s stalker you can feel that this will not be an easy case, but as surprising as it seems everyone will try to help him and discover the truth, friends and adversaries. But the main question will be, who would want to frame him and why?
This is a fictional case, but it makes you wonder if politics have ever been clear or they were the ones that created the word “corruption”, specially for them.
This is a serious book, but the noir humor will make you laugh and smile through all the story, even in the worst moments.
If you are looking for a new series to start or only to have a great time, you should give a chance to Robbie, he is good, really good!


About The Author

William McIntyre is a partner in Scotland’s oldest law firm Russel + Aitken, specialising in criminal defence. William has been instructed in many interesting and high-profile cases over the years and now turns fact into fiction with his string of legal thrillers featuring defence lawyer, Robbie Munro.