Excellent penmanship. But that's what you expect when the name of the author is Agatha Christie. The relationship between Tommy and Tuppence adds to the spirit of the story, which is usually so rare in books written in the post World War I era.
Rob Sinclair promised his wife that he could pen a “can’t-put-it-down thriller” and, three books later, he is still doing it. Today he talks to us about keeping his books fresh in a genre known for its tropes, the key to writing good action scenes and which actor could best fill the shoes of Carl Logan.