Robert Cox writes mainly in two genres: history and short fiction. Originally considering himself a journeyman, a writer by trade, he has had stints as advertising copywriter, public relations consultant, government communications manager, book reviewer, magazine journalist and editor, and newspaper reporter and subeditor. During a five-year spell as a freelancer, he wrote anything and everything from documentary film scripts to verses for greeting cards.
Review of A Compulsion to Kill:
“History as it should be written. Bloody and scary, and hugely entertaining because of it.”
John Birmingham, Author, He Died with a Felafel in His Hand
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