Trinity by Patrick Fox

What is being said :

Trinity – Laugh out loud funny… in a sea of angst ridden vampires and hungry zombies, serial killers with no real motive and amoral hitmen, romantic comedy Trinity stands out from the crowd…’ ‘Well written and engaging. A truly unique read.’ ‘Trinity is hilarious and I wish I had an imaginary friend come back and help me out of a pickle AND introduce me to my soul mate. ‘

Product description : 

‘When Ben Rider finds his childhood imaginary friend, Trinity, in his kitchen, he knows something isn’t right. Trinity hasn’t changed a bit. He still has three personas: cowboy, pirate, and private eye. He still smells of chocolate, and he still has a habit of massaging his earlobe. Ben is trying to keep his video game development business alive and finalise a deal with an American games publisher, while keeping his disintegrating marriage together. Now, with the reappearance of his imaginary friend, he has his sanity to worry about too. Trinity claims he has come back to help Ben sort out his life and guide him to his destiny. But over the days that follow, Ben’s life goes haywire, and it looks like he might meet his destiny sooner than he thinks. Thanks to Trinity, Ben will have a restaurant collapse on top of him, be seduced and later shot at by a Welsh femme fatale, meet someone else’s imaginary friend, and lose both a wife and an ex-wife. But will he find his destiny, or is Trinity’s real reason for returning, something else entirely?’

A scene from Trinity on the author’s blog.

Patrick Fox’s Author Page on Amazon

Interview with Patrick Fox : 

Who are the authors that have most influenced your writing? Raymond Chandler, Lee Child, Jeffery Deaver, and Greg Iles are an inspiration to me because they all write books about strong characters and reading them makes me want to do the same. John Locke’s Donovan Creed books for featuring a lead character who shouldn’t be likeable but is, and for the great sense of humour evident throughout the stories. And I suppose any writer I’ve read and enjoyed, from Lewis Carroll when I was child, to Issac Asimov and Tom Sharpe when I was a teen, through to Nick Hornby, Tony Parsons, Patricia Cornwell, Marian Keyes (yes, you read the last one correctly) and the authors already mentioned. I have read their books, so they must have influenced me in one way or another. How did writing begin for you? Like a lot of people, I’ve always thought I could write a novel, and like a lot of people, I never did anything about it. That is until late 2004 when I decided to give it a try during a two week break from work. Three months later . . .

Interview continues here

The author’s website : One Loose Cannon

Trinity is at present available on Amazon

A review of Trinity from MoreZenNow blog


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