Robin Melhuish


Born in the UK in 1950 graduating in Chemistry leaving the branch for a career in international management . After moving to Germany in 1985 was initiator of web based customer complaints platform and up until moving to Cyprus ran my own company building web platforms for large public utilities and complex organisations. Now writing full time between exploring antiquities in Northern Cyprus, where I moved to permanently in 2013. Living with my partner and two dogs and enjoying life.
The sequel to The quiet way is currently work in progress and should be available by the summer of 2016.
You think something as big as the attack on the Twin Towers can't happen again? You think it can't happen in Central London? You don't happen to have a head cold or flu at the moment, do you? Oh good, then there's nothing to worry about.

Smashwords Interview

What's the story behind your latest book?
A sequel to The Quiet Way some of the characters reappear. I could be shifty here and say, 'buy it and find out,' Let's just say the new one is a conspiracy involving the last Gulf War and Nazi monies in the hands of some very prominent people. You've all heard of Good banks and Bad Banks. Well this is almost Good Money, Bad Money, Matter and Antimatter. Complex, but I hope enthralling enough to get people to ask lots of questions. Almost like Enron, ASK WHY?
What motivated you to become an indie author?
Nobody else seemed to want me. (I hope there's not a dry eye in the house.)
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The Quiet Way
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 132,270. Language: British English. Published: January 24, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
The Quiet Way, a new thriller written by the Cyprus based author Robin Melhuish. You don't think there'll ever be a terror attack to match the Twin Towers? You don't think it could happen in central London anyway, even if it was possible? You are not suffering from any cold, or flu symptoms are you? Runny nose? Chesty cough? No? Well everything's just fine then, isn't it?

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