The Whistleblower is Robert’s first novel and it is immediately compelling. It’s impossible to read fewer than a hundred pages before putting it down. It tells a tale set around 1997’s general election and its central character is a determined, vulnerable, ruthless journalist - with a passing resemblance to a real one. While creating a wholly credible fictional world out of his real experience, Robert jolts the reader with a series of extraordinary twists and turns. This will be the first of many successful novels.