No5 Barrister Andrew Keogh has published a crime novel 'The Killing Room'

Fri, 25 Jan 2013

No5 Barrister Andrew Keogh has published a crime novel 'The Killing Room' on amazon/kindle. Andrew said 'Electronic publishing is a new and exciting way to bring fresh writing into the public arena. It's a glimpse into the future of the written word'.
 
The story revolves around old style armed robber Terry Richardson, a successful businessman and club owner who dreams of one thing only: to be reunited with the son he has not seen since the early years of a fifteen year prison sentence. His hopes are dashed when police come to tell him that the mutilated dead body of his only child has been found in a skip in Brixton, South London. Going against his background and instincts, he agrees to let the police see if they can solve the murder but if they cannot then he will take matters into his own hands. If necessary he will hunt down his son’s killer and then only one of them will remain alive. 
 
The novel can be purchased on amazon.co.uk. Andrew has also been commissioned to write a book on life at the Bar.
 
 

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