The Suspect

The Suspect

Summary

**THE GRIPPING SECOND NOVEL FROM ROB RINDER AND FOLLOW-UP TO NO. 1 BESTSELLER THE TRIAL**

When the UK's favourite breakfast TV presenter dies live on air in front of millions of viewers, the nation is left devastated.

More devastated still when it becomes clear that her death was not an accident.

The evidence points to one culprit: celebrity chef Sebastian Brooks. But junior barrister Adam Green is about to discover that the case is not as open-and-shut as it first seemed.

And although her angelic persona would suggest otherwise, she was not short of enemies in the glittery TV world . . .

Can Adam uncover the truth?
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Praise for The Suspect:


'I couldn’t put it down. It has left me ravenous for more' Joanna Lumley

'A pacy and engaging story, laced with an insider’s knowledge of both the law and TV' The Telegraph

Praise for Rob Rinder:

'Hugely enjoyable!' Steve Cavanagh

'Ridiculously entertaining' Tom Hindle

'I did not want it to end' Heidi Perks

'Strong storytelling with a murder mystery at its heart makes it one to treasure' Daily Mail

'A pacy and gripping read' The Sun

'Intriguing pageturner. . . readable romp' The Times

'An exciting start to what promises to be an excellent series, with an appealing central character' The Guardian

'Such fantastic characters and such a fun read. I loved it' Phillipa Perry

About the author

Rob Rinder

Rob Rinder is a barrister turned broadcaster and Sunday Times No. 1 bestselling author. Called to the bar in 2001, Rob went on to specialise in cases involving murder, international fraud, money laundering and other forms of financial crime, while working in media to make law more accessible. He started his broadcast career with Judge Rinder for ITV winning a Royal Television Society Award before going on to host his own BBC 5Live series Raising the Bar.

Rob’s participation in Who Do You Think You Are? retraced the story of his Holocaust survivor grandfather and received a BAFTA. The BBC series he presented, The Holocaust, My Family and Me, was aired to wide critical acclaim and he has gone on to curate and present notable documentaries on a range of topics, from international conflict to medieval history and, recently, the history of prisons. In 2020, Rob was awarded an MBE for his services to Holocaust education and an honorary doctorate for his legal work.

A regular host on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Rob co-hosts BBC Two’s Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby and recently appeared in a new show about art and travel, The Grand Tour, which saw Rob and his co-host Rylan retrace the footsteps of cultural greats around Italy.

Rob’s novels The Trial and The Suspect are inspired by his experiences as a barrister.
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