Fixed Odds by William McIntrye #BlogTour

July 12, 2019

George ‘Genghis’ McCann has stolen – and lost – a priceless masterpiece. Snooker
champion Oscar ‘The Showman’ Bowman is charged with betting fraud. With a second baby
on the way, and promises of great rewards if he wins Bowman’s case and recovers the
painting, defence lawyer Robbie Munro has never been so tempted to fix the odds in his
favour.

 

MY REVIEW

Thanks to Ceris at Sandstone press for my ARC of the new Robbie Munro legal thriller, Fixed Odds by William McIntyre.

This is the 5th in the series, but the 1st I’ve read, it won’t be the last!

William McIntyre has created a brilliant character in Robbie Munro, he’s a lawyer with a sense of mischief, he wants to do the right thing but he definitely lives on the edge!

Fixed Odds, is a humour filled legal crime caper, McIntyre has a deft touch, his writing and humour is both very funny, and at times quite charming. Whilst being very funny this in no way detracts from an excellent legal thriller, the courtroom scenes are brilliant, and though Robbie can come across as maybe a bit slapdash in his private life, in the courtroom he really shines.

Robbie has a young family to care for, and a baby on the way , an ex footballer brother, and a father who seems to be around all the time, it’s a close-knit family unit and Robbie does what he does to look after them in his own way.

Bungling criminals, Art theft, betting fraud, deceit and more all add up to make this witty legal thriller, criminally good.

 

5 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 from me and one of my favourite reads of the year so far!

 

 

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

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