Ian Greenham was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia.
He graduated from law school and worked in one of Australia's leading commercial law firms before joining the country's diplomatic service. While in Australia's High Commission in Papua New Guinea, he was recruited by a major U.S. bank. Assignments followed in Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, and New York. During his recent ten years in New York, his abiding interest in the law and its social ramifications saw him tracking closely the succession of controversial U.S. Supreme Court decisions underlying the murderous intrigue in Justice Down, his new novel after his scientific mystery, The Fisherman's Stamp.
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Great Murder Mystery That Tackles Social Issues Justice Down by Ian Greenham is a great new murder mystery that involves conflicts between conservatives and liberals on social issues such gun rights, abortion, capital punishment and gay rights. When someone ends up dead, the question becomes who did it? There are many suspects, but not many feel bad for the victim. Gripping and thriller, this story kept me reading, I couldn't put it down. I think I would classify this book more of a political or legal thriller because of the issues it discusses and I think classifying at that would bring a new group of readers who want more than just a murder mystery. The author has done a great job developing the characters and the storyline couldn't have been better. I truly enjoyed this read. Highly Recommended!!