Head Case - A Tom Mondrian Story (Hardback)
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Head Case - A Tom Mondrian Story (Hardback)

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Hardback 384 Pages / Published: 11/01/2018
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'Quirky, offbeat, stylish and original. I loved it.' Mick Herron Tom Mondrian is the last person you want on your case. And the only one who can solve it, in this quirky psychological thriller.

Tom Mondrian is watching his life ebb away directing traffic as a PCSO, until a bullet to the brain changes everything. With a new unusual perspective, including an inability to recognise faces and absolutely no filter between what he thinks and what he says, Tom's career is suddenly shifting gear.

Tom's new condition gives him an advantage over other police officers, allowing him to notice details that they can't see. Now, with his new insight and unwavering determination, Tom is intent on saving three missing girls, before more start to disappear...

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780008182236
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 240 x 159 x 33 mm


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Praise for Head Case:

'Absolutely loved Head Case. Couldn't put it down. Tragic, funny and frightening. Ross Armstrong has written another cracker.' Chris Whitaker, CWA New Blood Dagger winning author of Tall Oaks.

'Ross Armstrong has created a brilliant hero in Tom, and this novel is an enjoyable addition to the psychological thriller genre. Five Stars.' Heat

Praise for The Watcher:

'An eerily atmospheric reworking of Hitchcock's Rear Window' The Guardian on The Watcher

'Addictive and eerie, you'll finish the book wanting to chat about it' Closer Magazine, Must Read

'A twisted homage to Hitchcock set in a recognisably post-Brexit broken Britain. Tense, fast-moving and with an increasingly unreliable narrator, The Watcher has all the hallmarks of a winner.' Martyn Waites

'Ross Armstrong will feed your appetite for suspense' Evening Standard

'Unreliable narrator + Rear Window-esque plot = sure-fire hit' The Sun

'Brilliantly written...this psychological thriller is definitely one that will keep you up to the early hours. Five Stars.' Heat, Book of the Week

'A dark, unsettling page turner' Claire Douglas, author of Local Girl Missing.

'Creepy and compelling' Debbie Howells author of The Bones of You

'The Watcher is an intense, unsettling read... one that had me feeling like I needed to keep checking over my shoulder as I read.' Lisa Hall, author of Between You and Me

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“Paraneea”

This was a good mix of the personal and the procedural, and I do love a good procedural.

Tom Mondrian is just a normal, rather boring guy who decides to become a Police Community Support Officer. After passing his... More

Paperback edition
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“Different & Very Good!”

Thank you to the publisher for the early review copy.
This book was really good and I am very happy to recommend it on to others.
It has a steady pace, which absolutely suits the main character...
The main character... More

Paperback edition
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“An ok read but not without some flaws”

I mostly enjoyed this book, particularly at the start but I found myself struggling to keep up with all the various plot intracacies/details towards the end. I got muddled with the various characters - who were... More

Hardback edition
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