Driscoll

Robin
Driscoll

After leaving Worthing Art College, Robin Driscoll, with friends, formed a touring theatre company named ‘Cliffhanger' in the early 1970s. The shows were always comedies and contrived through improvisation. After writing for several TV shows, Robin became a contributor to Alas Smith and Jones then later, the main writer for Mr Bean: the TV series, movies and animations. He lives near the South Downs behind Brighton.

Author's books

Rough Music
Robin 
Driscoll
0
by David westcott
Robin Driscoll takes us on a fast paced gripping ride from New York City to the west Coast of Scotland pursued by the Russian Mob. A superbly written thriller with a stunning finale. More please!!

Synopsis

25 million missing. A Russian hitman getting closer. And an oddly elusive blue-tailed falcon. Rab MacBain is in trouble. He's stolen money from the Russian mob, his girlfriend is apparently sleeping with his boss... and there's Stink Bug, a hitman, who is seeking to acquaint the Scottish-American banker with his Russian-made weapon. Returning to his birthplace on the remote Scottish island of Garg, Rab unravels his own family mystery before gaining the trust - and the support - of the locals....

Author's News

Face of Rough Music

Praising Book review of Rough Music by Robin Driscoll

If you seek thrill and suspense then Rough Music by Robin Dri

Mr Bean Writer Robin Driscoll Discusses his New Book

Mr Bean Writer Robin Driscoll Discusses his New Book

Robin Driscoll, author of 'Rough Music', has featured in The Argus discussing his new book and how he has developed his literature.

Austin Macauley Publishers™ accepting submissions - publish with us today