The sequel to Night Shift, praised by Crime Review and Cemetery Dance.
Antarctica. A city on the edge of nowhere.
Anders Nordvelt is chief of security in this frozen land, so, when a prominent member of a dissident group is murdered, it is his job to find the killer. Unsatisfied with the obvious explanation, Anders keeps pushing until the body of a colleague turns up in his apartment.
Could Anders really be the killer? Why does he half-remember wielding the knife? And why are the whispers of a fabled Human Resources black-ops team getting ever louder?
As for Anders, he’s about to enter a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with a ruthless killer.
FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.
Robin was raised in a Bradford library but now lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and freshly-minted small person. Trained as an archaeologist, he now works as a proofreader when not wrangling tourists at the Bodleian Library.
"A masterly sequel to Robin Trigg’s debut novel, NIGHT SHIFT, it blends urban sci-fi with a crime story’s breathless suspense, all set in the world’s most unforgiving landscape."
– Space Cat Press Review
“Human Resources is a thrilling whodunit crime novel in a science fiction landscape, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! "
– Rajiv's Reviews
Praise for Night Shift:
'Crime meets science fiction- I loved it!' - Books, Life and Everything
'This a well-written and superbly plotted crime thriller.' - Cheryl M-M's Book Blog
"...fans of Harlan Coben will love this book." - S.J.Budd - Come and Behold My Dark World
"It’s a joy to read the words of a writer you’ve not read before and immediately feel you’re in good hands." - Cemetery Dance
"Overall, this is a tightly written strong book that lends itself to the thriller genre using good old fashion storytelling and strong characters to reach its triumphant conclusion." - The Literary License Podcast
"Robin Triggs does a good job setting up a climate of suspicion in Night Shift, and the book has some genuinely chilling moments." - Crime Review
"The strength of NIGHT SHIFT lies in the toxic atmosphere of suspicion, the complex dynamics of a well-drawn ensemble cast and the vulnerabilities and tenacity of its protagonist." - Space Cat Press