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…
PRAISE FOR THE GIRLS BENEATH
‘Absolutely lovedHead 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
‘Like Christopher Nolan’s Memento, Ross Armstrong delivers a twisty mystery through the perspective of a fractured brain. Original and gripping. Tom Mondrian, and his unique outlook, will stay with me’ Peter Swanson
Readers love The Girls Beneath:
‘A real page-turner’
‘An enjoyable read . . . a little out-of-the-box’
‘An interesting twist on the crime genre’
‘An excellent thriller that keeps you guessing until the end’
‘An enjoyable take on a well-worn formula’
The Girls Beneath was originally published as Head Case.