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Why does Robert Reith, a reclusive classics don, wish to destroy a popular government minister, Sir Robert Nocton? And who is the elusive Martin who appears to link them? Martin takes us back to the secret games of their childhood friendship to discover why Reith employs the Dark Web to drive Nocton to desperation. It is the story of a love that has lasted a lifetime and o ...more
Kindle Edition, 291 pages
Published September 6th 2017
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William Morris
Nov 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Those familiar with Thomson’s earlier works will be pleased that he has produced a full-length novel that is possessed of the same wit, erudition and teasing relationship with his readers. Martin is a disconcerting work because its protagonist is malevolent, petty, and bent on revenge. Tracing the life of Robert Reith from childhood, it’s more the antithesis of a bildungsroman, as the character degenerates rather than grows, though that does not make him less fascinating.

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