After unscrupulous young Lawrence is recruited to work as an assassin for the British Secret Service, everything goes well – until he gains access to a locked room at his workplace, and uncovers a terrible secret.
Lawrence’s newfound knowledge forces him to choose between going on the run, or engaging in a life and death conflict with his employers.
James Bond meets Dexter Morgan in this savagely funny, twisted novel from Jack D. McLean.
Amazon 5-Star review by Braz:
Lawrence Odd is a psychopath with a long history of committing violent crimes and he is more than happy to be recruited as an assassin by the Cleansing Department – a particularly shady branch of the British Secret Service. All goes swimmingly until Lawrence discovers the Cleansing Department’s darkest secret.
Jack D. McLean‘s witty, quirky thriller Confessions Of An English Psychopath is fast moving, funny, violent and a hell of a lot of fun.
Imagine a lethal cocktail of The Ipcress File, The Prisoner, Monty Python, and A Confederacy Of Dunces, and you’re halfway there.
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The mysterious Jack D McLean hails from the town of Huddersfield, in West Yorkshire, England. He’s a man with a checkered past, having worked in a morgue, been a labourer, and a salesman. He’s dug holes… professionally (to what end, he refuses to say – sales? corpses? possibly both?), even more terrifying – he’s a former Lawyer.
He enjoys parties and keeps himself fit (the kind of fit that makes you think he may engage in fisticuffs with Vinnie Jones on a semi-regular basis, or possibly drink stout with both hands while also throwing a perfect game of darts.)
He is allegedly married with two adult daughters. They have yet to be located for comment.