The Interpreter

The Interpreter

The most dangerous person in the courtroom isn’t the killer…

Summary

'I raced through it. Brilliant writing' Harriet Tyce author of Blood Orange

A GUILTY MAN IS ABOUT TO GO FREE.

YOU HAVE THE POWER TO PUT HIM AWAY FOR GOOD.

ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS MISINTERPRET ONE WORD.

NO ONE WOULD KNOW.

DO YOU DO IT?

EVEN IF IT MEANS RISKING EVERYTHING... INCLUDING YOUR SON?
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'An ingenious premise, cleverly executed' Sunday Times bestseller Sabine Durrant

'Intriguing' Daily Mail

'Compelling and ingenious' Prima

'Exciting and original' Heat


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Readers love THE INTERPRETER:

'I couldn't put it down... gripping'

'Loved this one! Gripping and exciting'

'Tense and enjoyable'

'I was instantly immersed'

'Unique... I was immediately drawn in by the characters'

'Incredible... had me completely engrossed'

'I loved how different the plot is'

'A great crime thriller'

'Completely fresh... it captures you from the start'

'This book is going to be huge!'

Reviews

  • I raced through it. Brilliant writing, properly tense and a fascinating perspective on criminal trials with an interpreter protagonist
    Harriet Tyce

About the author

Brooke Robinson

Brooke Robinson grew up in Sydney and as a playwright, has had numerous plays commissioned and produced in her native Australia. In the UK, her work has been shown at the Old Vic theatre and London's Vault Festival. She studied drama at RADA (The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts) and City, University of London. The Interpreter is her debut novel.
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