Going Back is the electrifying third novel in Neil Lancaster’s Tom Novak series, described by Tony Parsons as making “Jason Bourne look like a vegan pilates teacher”.
“Neil Lancaster is the greatest crime writer who you have never heard of… and by some distance the most authentic voice in thriller writing. Going Back is a high octane, red-blooded, two-fisted thriller that will keep any crime lover up way past their bedtime. You will believe every word. Brilliant stuff.” – Tony Parsons, bestselling author and journalist.
“If you take all the best parts of 24, Line Of Duty, and Mission Impossible, and put them in one book, then you would have something very much like GOING BACK. An incredible, exciting read.” – Cass Green, Sunday Times bestselling author.
“As taut as a garrotte and impossible to put down, this defines ‘page turner’.” – Neil Broadfoot, Dundee International Book Prize & McIlvanney Award-nominated crime writer.
“Brilliant pacing, stunning plotting & a belting protagonist you’d want by your side in a fight. If you’re a Bourne fan, you’ll be kicking yourself you didn’t board this train sooner!” – Tony Kent, author of the successful ‘Killer Intent’ thriller series.
“Relentlessly pacy and packed with twists and turns! Going Back is a thriller that grabs you from the first page and doesn’t let you go.” – Jane Isaac, bestselling crime fiction author.
Going Rogue is the follow-up to the hugely successful thriller, Going Dark: the book that introduced Tom Novak as the hero who, in the words of best-selling author Tony Parsons, “makes Jason Bourne look like a vegan Pilates teacher”.
What Readers are Saying About Going Rogue:
“Tom Novak is back – and I was gripped from page one.” – Best-selling author, Stephen Leather
“Fast paced and very hard to put down” – Wendy
“Absolutely loved it, better than the first. I highly recommend it” – Kirsti
“Lancaster is following in the footsteps of the likes of Higgins, Child, Stephen Leather, Greg Hurwitz, or Barry Eisler, and that’s pretty good company as far as I’m concerned” – Simon