GRIP is the first novel by Michael Wills, MP, who writes under the name David McKeowen. A former diplomat, TV producer and director, Michael Wills has been MP for Swindon North since 1997.
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A money, big business, drug linked, gangster tale with heart. Something a little different in this area which should appeal equally to both sexes. Itâ€™s a tale that concentrates as much on the conflicts and jealousies between the characters as it does on the shoddy businesses and power struggles. A very competent first novel, highly recommended.Comparison: Michael Connelly, William Diehl, Scott Turow.Similar this month: Stuart MacBride, Peter James.