It’s pre-crash 2007 and investment banker Josh Dedman’s life is unraveling fast. He’s been fired after £20 million goes missing from the bank. His long-time girlfriend has cheated on him, then dumped him. His only friends are a Russian tramp who claims to be ex-KGB and a really irritating bloke he’s just met on the train. His waking hours are a nightmare and his dreams are haunted by a mystery blonde. And to cap it all, he lives in Margate…
He thinks things can’t get any worse, until his sociopathic boss — Hershey Valentine — is murdered and he finds himself the number 1 suspect. As the net closes in Josh discovers that no one is quite what they seem, and that sometimes help comes from the most unlikely sources…
Keith Nixon started writing at an early age, it’s something he’s always done, like tooth ache the need to write never quite goes away. Keith still has to work for a living but he has been able to travel extensively with his job and meet many interesting people, some of which may be in his books.
His measure of success in life is whether tie, socks and watch have been permanently discarded. The Fix is Keith’s first novel, but be warned, there are more to follow. Besides crime fiction Keith also writes historical fiction, a series of books on the Romano British era are in production.
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