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Mr Todd’s Reckoning
Norman Bates is alive and well. And he’s living just next door.
Behind the normal door of a normal house, in a normal street, two men are slowly driving each other insane. One of them is a psychopath.
Mr Todd is at his wits’ end. He’s been robbed of his job as a tax inspector and is now stuck at home… with him. Frustrated. Lonely. Angry. Really angry.
Adrian has no job, no friends. He is at home all day, obsessively chopping vegetables and tap-tap-tapping on his computer. And he’s getting worse, disappearing for hours at a time, sneaking o to who-knows-where?
The unholy spirit:
In the safety of suburbia, one man has developed a taste for killing. And he’ll kill again.
REVIEWS OF Mr Todd’s Reckoning
'From page one Iain Maitland hurls you through the secret underground tunnels of an insane mind bent on destruction. Cleverly conceived, what begins as quite touching drives relentlessly onwards into furious criminality. Mr Todd’s Reckoning is phenomenally dark and utterly compelling.' Chris Dolan
'Just great. Truly scary, a fabulous dive into the mind of a classic, self-justifying psychopath … A fantastic book.' Barbara Nadel