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  • By Allan Thornhill
    Nov 12, 2011
    Cell-out is a gripping read from start to finish. Love the geocaching link and certainly helps to understand the authors real puzzle caches. The story flows very well and the book was very hard to put down - not much work got done this week!!
  • By anason
    Oct 28, 2009
    A great page turner! It will pull you in and not let you go until the final page. A 'must have' book for Geocachers especially. I love a good suspense novel and this one did not let me down.
  • By Lisa Brunt
    Oct 13, 2009
    "Cell-Out" Kept looking at this book as it sat on the coffee table, then after Christmas picked it up. Was soon addicted and couldn't put it down!! All read in two days flat!! An exciting thriller mystery. Highly recommended.
  • By Peter Armstrong
    Aug 11, 2009
    "Cell-out " This is my first novel. It is a blend of modern topics like destruction of the planet, the credit crunch and terrorism, with a few interesting puzzles to solve along the way. I hope you enjoy it.
  • By Pat Bradford
    Aug 2, 2009
    "Cell-out" An intriguing thriller by a new writer, set in the south of England, involving the increasingly popular pastime of Geocaching. Fast moving, action packed, as the heroine struggles against a deadly foe to solve her dead father’s puzzles in a race to save his planet saving eco-invention. Not to be missed.
  • By Bernard Hawkes
    May 21, 2009
    "Cell-out" A real page turner - I started this on a Friday evening and finished it the following morning. This is a straightforward thriller with a plausible plot, with no holes that I spotted, that fairly rattles along to a satisfying conclusion.
  • By Tim Snow
    May 15, 2009
    "A voice from the past" Peter read your book. I enjoyed the puzzles. I especially enjoyed your scathing comments on travel, politics and society. One puzzle I don't get. What do you call a man with a plank on his head? Edward.....????? Must be a British thing.
  • By Alan Pickering
    May 7, 2009
    "Cell-out" An easy read, like Dan Brown without the sales volumes and with a slightly more down-to-earth context (the heroine is daughter of a University professor in Surrey rather than a descendant of Jesus). Ideal for a plane journey. Armstrong uses the new, if slightly nerdy, hobby of geocaching to create a pacy thriller with neat puzzles and tongue-in-cheek soap boxing about the ills of the modern world. Buy it and see for yourself, or take up geocaching and you might find a copy in a geocache down in the SE of England.
  • By Anne Hamilton
    Apr 28, 2009
    "Cell-out " Just finished the book and found it an interesting read. Definitely a pacy thriller involving murder, mystery and intrigue combined with Geocaching! (Quite brought tears to my eyes at one point). And, it also clarified one or two diagonally challenged questions I had about the puzzles! Well done.
  • By ernst.ted
    Mar 11, 2009
    "Cell out" I read this book over a weekend, and it definitely held my attention. I always enjoy a good thriller, and this definitely fit the bill. Enough humor, action, twists and turns to keep you going.
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Product Details

Second edition
Peter Armstrong
March 25, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.04 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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