Adam Steven Page has been fond of film and literature for as long as he can remember. What better to do than write his own book, 'A Victim of the Times'. Despite being born, raised and still living in the UK the book has been written in an American style . It seemed only right, after all it is set in a fictional American city with American characters. In many ways it pays homage to the films of Hollywood and some of its well known anti-heroes.
Having studied film and theatre at a younger age Adam is familiar with the conventions of crime thrillers and feels that the best way to explore this genre is through a first person narrative and he has done so in this debut novel.
Murder and corruption are part of the norm in the crime infested Orchard City, one resident in particular knows it all too well- Charlie.
Uncover his past in rich detail as he tells the story of how his life was ripped apart.
Discover how he ended up on the streets with nothing but the clothes on his back, a head full of bad memories and a want for revenge.