If you want to read a crime thriller, why not try one written by a once notorious criminal who was incarcerated in some maximum-security establishments in Britain? The reader will quickly begin to realise that the material used by this writer is just not the product of a writer’s imagination but material that could only have been gained by experience.
The book "FOR THE LOVE OF A BROTHER" is an action packed crime novel in which our man Lawson during the final weeks of his prison sentence has been blackmailed into helping a dangerous killer and international drug dealer escape from Albany Prison on the Isle of Wight. The book sees many action scenes, love, fear, and revenge being played out and includes involvement of the American CIA. Whilst the reader will feel sorry for Lawson and want him to triumph, he both wins and loses in the end. The story rewards his commitment and love for his brother.
About the Author
Keith Sutherland was born and raised in Brixham, Devon in 1936. After leaving the army he became involved in the crime scene. Subsequently, after leaving prison he met the woman who has completely changed his life around to the degree that he would never jeopardize their relationship by returning to crime - But you can be sure as hell that he knows enough about crime to be able to write about it - if you are interested.