NEVER TRUST NOBODY
By Johnnie Johnson
Johnnie Johnson understands our criminal world. ‘Never trust Nobody’ has the authentic feel of lives lived there.
Eddie Blundell, author of ‘Top-Drawer Villain.’
NEVER TRUST NOBODY by Johnnie Johnson, is to be published by Pomegranate Press in print and ebook formats in mid-November.
This is a gripping and skilfully woven story, on the one hand about crime and criminals and on the other about the nature of innocence.
David Arscott, author of ‘The Frozen City.’
Barry Crisp is a convicted murderer, a one-time major underworld figure. When he is unexpectedly released from prison he has to ensure that he and his family are safe for there are old scores to be settled by men as violent as he is, men to whom murders and brutal assaults are the natural ways to resolve matters. Arthur Wendell, top of the tree now, has a particular reason for meting out his kind of justice.
At the same time Barry’s eight-year-old son is kept in ignorance of his father’s past and of the dangerous present. Throughout this novel the moral ambiguity of deeply flawed adults contrasts powerfully with the innocence of young Tom Crisp.
Never Trust Nobody contains scenes of violence and strong language.
Bluff or counter-bluff? Sometimes words have to be backed up with violent action.
Paul W King, author of ‘Climbing Maslow’s Pyramid.’
Price of print book £5.99 (postage included).