Debut novel from an amateur boxer turned barrister

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Debut novel from an amateur boxer turned barrister

Having been a prize-winning amateur boxer, Tony Kent later became the barrister who secured Anthony Joshua's acquittal for supplying drugs in 2011. He's now venturing into his third career - as an author - a life long ambition. His debut novel 'Killer Intent' will next month be reviewed in zoe ball's TV book club.
'Killer Intent' is out now - and it will be reviewed on that book club tv show in August.

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