The fourth novel in Jonathan Pinnock’s Mathematical Mystery series has just been published by Farrago books. Bad Day in Minsk, “a witty thriller set in a murky world of murder, mystery and complex equations”, promises plenty of humour and gripping action.
From the publisher’s website: “Tom Winscombe is having a bad day. Trapped at the top of the tallest building in Minsk while a lethal battle between several mafia factions plays out beneath him, he contemplates the sequence of events that brought him here, starting with the botched raid on a secretive think tank and ending up in the middle of the Chernobyl exclusion zone.
“More importantly, he wonders how he’s going to get out of this alive when the one person who can help is currently not speaking to him.”
Jonathan has embarked on a ten day blog tour to support the publication of his latest work and we wish him huge success with the novel.
Jonathan Pinnock was shortlisted for the 2010 Bristol Short Story Prize for his story rZr and Napoleon which is published in our volume 3 anthology https://www.tangentbooks.co.uk/shop/bristol-short-story-prize-volume-3