WINNER of the 2014-2015 Waverton Good Read Award
If I Should Die is the astounding debut from British author Matthew Frank.
When a homeless man walks into Greenwich police station and confesses a killing, it should be the admission that cracks open a murder enquiry. Instead, he stumbles out on to the street and collapses, bleeding from a stab wound he's attempted to repair himself . . .
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Über den Autor
Matthew Frank lives in Kent with his wife and three young sons. Between family life and work as an architect he tries to squeeze in a bit of mountain biking, scuba diving and midnight writing. If I Should Die is his first novel. Find out more at www.matthewfrank.co.uk
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