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  • 9780385404785
  • 9781504007108
While pursuing a seductive female terrorist, Detective Frank Pagan crosses the line between duty and sexual obsession in international bestselling author Campbell Armstrong’s spellbinding thriller.

It’s a name that makes counterterrorism agents’ blood run cold because it is attached to hundreds of deaths—murders by hand, by bomb, by knife. Carlotta. She haunts Frank Pagan’s dreams and seems to taunt him at every turn.
 
Despite following every lead, the renegade detective can’t catch the female terrorist he needs to thwart and bring to justice. As their cat-and-mouse game heats up, Frank can’t admit to anyone but himself that he finds the woman fascinating—and that she seems to  be equally attracted to him.
 
With his final Frank Pagan novel, Campbell Armstrong delivers an incendiary psychological thriller.

Heat is the 5th book in the Frank Pagan Novels, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
 
  • Open Road Media; February 2015
  • ISBN 9781504007108
  • Read online, or download in secure EPUB format
  • Title: Heat
  • Author: Campbell Armstrong
  • Imprint: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller
Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 9780385404785
  • 9781504007108

In The Press

“One hell of a fast-moving story.” —The Daily Telegraph
 
“Armstrong is among the most intriguing of writers . . . near to unputdownable.” —GQ
 
“A consummate psychological thriller . . . Without doubt, Armstrong is now in the front rank of thriller writers.” —Books magazine

About The Author

Campbell Armstrong (1944–2013) was an international bestselling author best known for his thriller series featuring British counterterrorism agent Frank Pagan, and his quartet of Glasgow Novels, featuring detective Lou Perlman. Two of these, White Rage and Butcher, were nominated for France’s Prix du Polar. Armstrong’s novels Assassins & Victims and The Punctual Rape won Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year Awards.

Born in Glasgow and educated at the University of Sussex, Armstrong worked as a book editor in London and taught creative writing at universities in the United States.  

Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 9780385404785
  • 9781504007108