Micah Seven Five

Howard Robinson

Venetia Jackson (Cover Design)

Inspired Quill



ISBN: 9781908600288


Publication date: 7 June 2014

Rights: World



“Trust ye not in a friend, put he 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.

Howard Robinson

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.

His Modern History degree taught him the importance of structure in writing and of exploring language and his long career in PR has given him the opportunity to write on the broadest possible range of subjects from car paintshops to nuts and bolts.

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.

He lives in London with his wife.