David N Robinson has flown the equivalent of eight round trips to the moon during his travels with a large international professional firm, a private equity business and latterly with one of the UK’s largest law firms.
A graduate metallurgist, his amassed business experiences in Russia, China and the Middle East has been his sources for his books. David’s fascination and professional interest in cyber crime and identity theft led him to write his first thriller, The Morpheus Network and his second, The Dossier was inspired during a flight to Sydney against the backdrop of discussions in Geneva to curtail the nuclear ambitions of Iran.
David lives with his wife of 25 years and divides his time between his home near Cambridge in England and the Alps, where he enjoys skiing in winter. They have two sons. He is currently Trustee and Chairman of Addenbrooke’s hospital’s Charitable Trust.