“18 months after the ‘Ragdoll’ murders, a body is found hanging from Brooklyn Bridge, the word ‘BAIT’ carved into the chest.
In London a copycat killer strikes, branded with the word ‘PUPPET’, forcing DCI Emily Baxter into an uneasy partnership with the detectives on the case, Special Agents Rouche and Curtis.
Each time they trace a suspect, the killer is one step ahead. With the body count rising on both sides of the Atlantic, can they learn to trust each other and identify who is holding the strings before it is too late?!
*Sigh*, it’s true. damppebbles.com IS the blog that just keeps on giving (it’s a hard life being this generous, hahaha). Last week I was offering a paperback copy of Resurrection Bay by Emma Viskic (congratulations to the winner, Lorna Cassidy). Today I have another stonking book on offer to one lucky UK winner.
This time it is the FABULOUS, the deliciously dark and altogether incredible HANGMAN, book two in the Ragdoll series. I loved this book. I mean, I really, REALLY loved this book. To read my full review, click HERE. Alternatively, here are a few snippets from my review to whet your appetite:
“I love the new ‘slightly more damaged than she was before’ Emily Baxter. Her sarcastic manner, her bossiness, her ‘don’t actually give a damn!’ attitude and her secretiveness.”
“I described the need to keep turning the pages of Ragdoll as similar to catnip. Well, the author has done it again but this is super strength catnip! A perfect read for me.”
“Would I recommend this book? Totally. I loved it.”
Yup, I think I liked it. If you would like the chance to win a hardback copy of HANGMAN by Daniel Cole please retweet THIS tweet and tag at least three UK book-loving friends.
Giveaway ends at midday (BST) on Thursday 19th April 2018. The winner will be selected at random and will be contacted via Twitter. The winner will need to provide their address so I can send the prize. There is no cash alternative. The winner’s address will not be stored. UK entrants only I’m afraid due to postage costs. Only retweets of my pinned tweet will count. Shares of this post to social media won’t, I’m afraid.
Good luck everyone!
Daniel Cole has worked as a paramedic, an RSPCA officer, and most recently for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Ragdoll is his first novel. He lives in Bournemouth, England.
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