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Armstrong, Campbell

Works: 76 works in 343 publications in 10 languages and 10,682 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  Political fiction  Biography  Case studies  Suspense fiction 
Roles: Author, Performer
Classifications: PR6052.L25, 823.914
Publication Timeline
Publications about Campbell Armstrong
Publications by Campbell Armstrong
Publications by Campbell Armstrong, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about Campbell Armstrong
Most widely held works by Campbell Armstrong
Jig by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
36 editions published between 1987 and 2015 in 9 languages and held by 1,092 libraries worldwide
The IRA's top assassin has come to America to get back $10 million raised for the IRA by misguided American supporters and then stolen
Agents of darkness by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
11 editions published between 1991 and 2015 in English and Dutch and held by 762 libraries worldwide
When his Filipina housekeeper is viciously murdered, Charlie Galloway, a down-and-out Los Angeles cop, investigates and becomes ensnared in a web involving the CIA, revenge, and politics
Mambo by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
13 editions published between 1989 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 748 libraries worldwide
Inspector Frank Pagan of Scotland Yard seeks out a deranged terrorist who intends to hijack a cruise missile and blow up Cuba
Jigsaw : a novel by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
13 editions published between 1994 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 739 libraries worldwide
A thriller featuring Scotland Yard's Frank Pagan, on the trail of Carlotta, an international terrorist. It begins with a bombing of the London Underground which kills a hundred people. The plot involves a plan to assassinate the Russian president on a state visit to Italy
White light by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
8 editions published between 1988 and 1991 in 4 languages and held by 693 libraries worldwide
De oude garde van Russische militairen, politici en KGB-ambtenaren willen Gorbatsjov ten val brengen en gebruiken daarvoor het verlangen naar autonomie van de Sovjet-republieken
Concert of ghosts by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
19 editions published between 1992 and 2015 in English and Polish and held by 689 libraries worldwide
Harry Tennant has been trying to forget for more than twenty years - to forget the bitter feud with his father the wild days of the 60's, the years of drugs, protests, sit-ins, happenings, and demonstrations. His memory is murky, his past all but completely lost to him, as he lives on the fringe of society far from Haight-Ashbury's radical hippie culture. Suddenly, though, Tennant's tenuous existence is threatened by his brutal arrest by local authorities for growing marijuana. Before he can make sense of his new problems, Harry is visited by a young reporter, Alison Seagrove, who is investigating the whereabouts of the subjects of a famous photograph taken in San Francisco in the spring of 1968. Alison is convinced that Harry knows, or can help her find out, the reasons behind the disappearances and mysterious deaths of the people in the photo. When Harry's decades-old paranoia overtakes him, he flees to upstate New York with Alison in order to avoid prosecution and joins her on a trek across the United States to San Francisco, reluctantly trying to remember why this seemingly innocent picture of a bunch of hippies holds political implications on a worldwide scale. The trail of missing persons is riddled with murders, malevolent CIA operatives, and the half-hidden truths behind the pages of history. As the line between the past and the present blurs, Harry and Alison realize that Tennant's lost memory holds the key to how his long-standing disagreement with his own father came head to head with events that rocked the turbulent decade of the 60's and defined an era. Back in San Francisco, Harry's inevitable confrontation with his father brings the drama full circle. Tennant's old terrors are brought to life as he struggles to reclaim the horrifying memories that were taken from him, memories that explain how the estrangement between father and son once stood in the shadow of the tragedy of a whole nation
Brainfire : a novel by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
11 editions published between 1979 and 2015 in English and Dutch and held by 420 libraries worldwide
Master thriller writer Campbell Armstrong delivers a chilling espionage novel about an intrepid American who tries to stop the Russians from launching a terrifying mind-control weapon John Rayner is perplexed, angry, and grief stricken; his brother Richard, a powerful diplomat in London, has just died. While some believe that it was suicide, Rayner suspects something more sinister. A State Department official with a stalled career, Rayner has no way to force an official investigation. But as Rayner looks into it himself, he uncovers an international network dedicated to murder, torture, mind control, and the planning of an unprecedented attack that could cost the world its freedom
I hope you have a good life : a true story of love, loss, and redemption by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
3 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 406 libraries worldwide
Armstrong travels to Arizona to be with his terminally ill ex-wife and their children. At the same time, the child his ex-wife had given up for adoption forty years before tracks her down, prompted by her own life-threatening illness
The last darkness by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
13 editions published between 2002 and 2015 in 3 languages and held by 387 libraries worldwide
It's winter in Glasgow, and someone is killing prominent members of the city's Jewish community. Lou Perlman, a jazz-loving, Celtic-supporting streetsmart DS who seems to buy his suits from Oxfam, is on the job. But what he discovers will rock his foundations of his life, and the city he lives in
White rage by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
9 editions published between 2003 and 2015 in English and French and held by 327 libraries worldwide
Glasgow is burning after a series of racially motivated murders, and it’s up to Detective-Sergeant Lou Perlman to put out the fire in international bestselling author Campbell Armstrong’s riveting thriller First an Asian business owner falls to his death from his sixth-story apartment. Next an Indian woman, a kindergarten teacher, is shot dead. Meanwhile, Detective Perlman grieves quietly for his brother, killed in a hail of gunfire, and wrestles with his attraction to his sister-in-law, Miriam. There is no rational motive for the killings—none except pure racially driven hatred. With the emergence of a group called White Rage, fear ripples through the city and Perlman has to get answers fast. As he looks beneath the bright surface of the city where he was born, he finds longtime enemies, dangerous businessmen, and ancient connections that will disturb and threaten the wrong people when their secrets are finally revealed
Butcher by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
13 editions published between 2006 and 2015 in English and French and held by 309 libraries worldwide
Detective Sergeant Lou Perlman is an outcast from police HQ, doomed by the chief superintendent to a seemingly infinite 'sick-list'. He's barred from investigating the bloodbath that has rocked the foundations of the city's lower depths. A new man has powered his way to the top of Glasgow's gangster fraternity: Reuben Chuck is a villain who promotes cruelty and murder whilst he pursues an inscrutable religious awakening of his own. A gruesome discovery made in Perlman's own house launches him into an enquiry that becomes fraught with perplexities - the whereabouts of his missing love, Miriam; body parts; a seemingly haunted house; dubious part-time surgeons; a mob of dangerous hooded teenagers; and his own family's history - all leading, inexorably, to the deathly terrain of Reuben Chuck
The bad fire by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
14 editions published between 2001 and 2015 in 3 languages and held by 272 libraries worldwide
A police detective returns to Glasgow to investigate his estranged father’s death in international bestselling author Campbell Armstrong’s atmospheric, page-turning thriller Detective Eddie Mallon is coming home to Glasgow for the funeral of his father, whom he barely knew. Decades ago, the Mallon family split down the middle, and Eddie went to America with his mother while his sister stayed with their father, Jackie, a charming, mercurial, violent man. Now Jackie has been murdered and the investigators assigned to his case don’t seem particularly interested in dealing with Eddie’s concerns, or the clues he uncovers. Eddie has no choice but to conduct his own investigation, which takes him into the shadowy history of his father’s past and present and into something bigger and more disturbing than one man’s death. Campbell Armstrong’s suspenseful writing brings the foggy alleys of Glasgow to life, transforming the mysterious city into a character in and of itself
Silencer by Campbell Armstrong( Sound Recording )
5 editions published between 2004 and 2005 in English and Undetermined and held by 256 libraries worldwide
Reuben Galindez is the star witness for the prosecution of big-time arms dealer Angel Sanchez. Promised protection from the U.S. Federal Witness Protection Program, Reuben receives a new identity and life. After settling into his new identity, his bullet-riddled corpse is found floating in a river, and former state prosecutor Amanda Scholes must find out if this was just an unfortunate random crime or something far more sinister.--
Deadline by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
11 editions published between 1988 and 2015 in English and Spanish and held by 190 libraries worldwide
A psychiatrist must decide whether to reveal a prominent patient's devastating secret or watch someone die in international bestselling author Campbell Armstrong's tense, exhilarating thriller In his office parking lot, Los Angeles psychiatrist Jerry Lomax is confronted by a man wielding a knife. Lomax knocks him down in a scuffle and calls the police, but his attacker escapes before they arrive. Lomax and his wife have been growing apart, and he doesn't tell her about the attack when he gets home. He doesn't know it, but something is about to happen that could take her out of his life forever. The call comes just before lunchtime. His wife has been kidnapped, and her life will be over unless Lomax does something no doctor is ever supposed to do: hand over a patient's file. The patient in question is Emily Ford, the nominee for US attorney general, a right-wing firebrand who has enemies on both sides of the aisle. In a confidential doctor-patient session, she revealed information that could have shattering repercussions if publicized. Will Lomax figure out a way to avoid becoming an accomplice to betrayal and murder?
Mazurka by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
9 editions published between 1988 and 2015 in English and Polish and held by 171 libraries worldwide
In international bestselling author Campbell Armstrong's page-turning thriller, counterterrorism agent Frank Pagan races against the clock to defuse a confrontation with the Russians that might change the map of Europe Escorting a hard-drinking, fun-loving, probably-former-KGB Russian "envoy" to Edinburgh would appear to be one of the more relaxing jobs in Frank Pagan's career. But in the flash of a gunshot everything changes. Now Frank's got a Russian official with a bullet lodged in his heart, his bosses at Scotland Yard wondering if Frank missed a step, and countless politicians and secret service agencies screaming bloody murder. With spies from the KGB, MI6, and the CIA dogging his every move, Pagan has to find the men behind the deadly shooting. From the Baltic Baltic emigre community, where he meets a beautiful woman who might provide answers, to the United States to the Soviet Union, Pagan unravels a chilling plot that will have devastating worldwide repercussions
Heat by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
11 editions published between 1996 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 163 libraries worldwide
Silencer by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
14 editions published between 1997 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 130 libraries worldwide
When the US Federal Witness Protection Program fails to protect a star witness, a tough female former prosecutor risks her life to get answers in international bestselling author Campbell Armstrong’s high-stakes thriller Reuben Galindez’s testimony helped put away brutal arms smuggler Ángel Sanchez, and he thought the trial would be the last time he’d ever have to deal with Sanchez again. Of course Sanchez’s organization was looking for him, but Galindez wasn’t alone; he had the US government, the FBI, and the Witness Protection Program to keep him safe. When Galindez’s body is found floating face-down in the river, riddled with bullets, former state prosecutor Amanda Scholes, who believed she’d put Sanchez in jail forever, is determined to find out what went wrong. Did the witness reveal his identity and leave the program? Did someone from inside Sanchez’s organization track down Galindez? Or is his death the result of something far more insidious? Has someone managed to infiltrate the fortresslike security surrounding the program in order to exact revenge?
Blackout by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
8 editions published between 1998 and 2015 in English and held by 104 libraries worldwide
Death's head by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
4 editions published between 1972 and 2015 in English and held by 56 libraries worldwide
First pub under the pseudonym Campbell Black. A former death camp guard believes his past is safely buried until he comes face to face with a former Jewish prisoner
Asterisk by Campbell Armstrong( Book )
7 editions published between 1992 and 2015 in English and held by 21 libraries worldwide
Master of suspense Campbell Armstrong delivers a spine-tingling espionage novel about two men struggling to stop—and survive—a murderous conspiracy based in the darkest corners of the American government John Thorne lives a good life in Washington, DC, with a girlfriend he adores and a stable job at the White House. But when an old family friend, Major General Burckhardt, gives him an attaché case with a file inside labeled “the Asterisk Project,” John starts investigating. What he uncovers is a secret that could change the world—if it doesn’t kill him first
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Alternative Names

controlled identity Black, Campbell

Altman, Thomas.
Armstrong, Campbell
Armstrong, Campbell 1944-
Black, Campbell.
Campbell Armstrong britischer Schriftsteller
Campbell Armstrong Brits auteur
Campbell Armstrong écrivain et dramaturge écossais
Campbell, Jeffrey.
Weldon, Thomas
Weldon, Thomas 1944-
کمپل آرمسترانگ نویسنده بریتانیایی
アームストロング, キャンベル
English (173)
Dutch (16)
Polish (14)
French (11)
German (8)
Swedish (4)
Spanish (4)
Greek, Modern [1453- ] (2)
Finnish (1)
Japanese (1)
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