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Cabbage Head

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The Cabbage Head by Robert McClain
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They are powerful men living in diverse cultures on different continents. Yet, they share one thing in common. They've crossed people willing to pay six figures to hire the Cabbage Head. Patrick O'Fallon is the Cabbage Head. Once he is set loose, there is no man cunning enough to escape. Patrick will find him and murder him with ruthless efficiency. Patrick is a man consumed by the past. A warped and unbelievably abusive relationship with his psychotic mother left Patrick wholly incapable of having meaningful relationships with women. They terrify him as much as his mother did. Yet, he worships them and secretly wishes for the maternal love he was denied. When he discovers the Internet, Patrick is transformed. His fingers do not stutter. Until the weekend tryst with a psychotic sadist. Tortured, but left alive, Patrick gives up the Internet, and the hope of a permanent relationship. But when a young widow comes to Patrick's rescue, he is faced with a choice. Can he give up the intrigue for the quiet suburban life? And will his secretive employers allow it? ""The Cabbage Head" takes you on a twisted odyssey through the mind of a sociopath. Even more amazing, McClain makes you care about this ruthless killer for hire. With his terse, seamless prose, McClain actually makes writing look easy." --M. F. Korn, author of "Rachmaninoff's Ghost," and "Skimming the Gumbo Nuclear."
Release date Australia
December 9th, 2003
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
iUniverse
Pages
268
Dimensions
151x232x18
ISBN-13
9780595300150
Product ID
1799811

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