Coming soon: The Big Fix.
A gripping debut thriller combining football, greed and corruption. Focused around the true lifeblood of the game. Not players, officials, administrators or agents, but football fans.
Because football without fans is nothing.
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The Big Fix
Millions in cash. Hundreds of designer watches. A small black book...
Liam got more than he bargained for after breaking into a plush west London townhouse. When he finds out who lives there, the notes in the book begin to make sense and its contents become the most valuable of all his ill-gotten gains.
But his discovery could devastate the ‘beautiful game’ and those at the top are terrified.
As the net closes in on Liam, they’re prepared to do anything to protect their secret. And Liam has a choice to make, but will he make it in time?
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About Jill Morris
Hello! I'm Jill Morris and I was born and raised in County Durham, the youngest of three daughters.
Since graduating from Teesside University in the early 1990s, I’ve had a successful career in the retail sector, working in senior marketing and PR roles. Although this allowed me to indulge my creativity in various guises, my true passion has always been to be a writer. In 2020, during the global pandemic, I made the decision to finally ‘write that book’ and to follow my dream of becoming a published author.
I’ve been a football fan for as far back as I can remember and finally persuaded my dad to take me along to watch Newcastle United during Kevin Keegan’s first season as a player in early 1983. Since that moment, I’ve been there for the highs, the lows and the depths of despair, visiting grounds across Britain and Europe to follow my team.
Having lived in various parts of Lincolnshire throughout my career, I’m currently living in the beautiful city of York with my husband David, who provided the inspiration for my debut novel, due to be published in August 2021.
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