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T to note that Nadine Matheson is said to be a debut novelist She is debuting in this genre as she has written a previous book Nonetheless her ntry in this field is definitely a job well she has written a previous book Nonetheless her The Pocket Wife entry in this field is definitely a job well thanks to Hanover Suare Press and to NetGalley for this ARC for review This is my honest opinion Fans of Chris Carter and MJ Arlidge attention please You need to read The Jigsaw Man and you need to read it now It is dark brutal and very very disturbing And saying all that I loved it When body parts are discovered on the banks of the Thamesarly one morning DI Henley is called back to active investigation She is teamed up with TDC Ramouter which she is not happy about but she s is happy to be off desk duty But this case feels familiar it it can t be the Jigsaw Man she caught him and he is behind bars All the signs are there though could it be a copycat The body parts are not from the same body and they are incomplete They have their work cut out for them both professionally and personally Can they stop this killer and link the victims before bodies are foundI loved the chemistry between the 2 main characters the investigating officers They are worlds apart and yet have a lot in common I hope that we will hear from them in future books a series would be great It is a long book but it kept my interest right the way through I was desperate to find out what would happen next The author does not hold back on description so not for those with a weak stomach It definitely kept me guessing and the nding was surprising An amazing debut novel and I look forward to what comes nextThanks to Harper Collins Australia and Better Reading for my advanced copy of this book to read All the stars On the day she returns to active duty with the Serial Crimes Unit DI Angelica Henley ia called out to a crime scene Dismembered body parts fron two victims have been found by the river The modus operandi bears the striking resemblance to Peter Oliver the notorious Jigsaw Killer who has spent the last two years behind bars When he learns someone is co opting his gris y signature the arrangement od the victims limbs in a puzzle piece shape he decides to take matters into his own handsThis "is a ame of cat and mouse The Jigsaw Killer is chasing "a ame of cat and mouse The Jigsaw Killer is chasing copycat killer who is killing in the xact ssame way The body count is rising We get uite a lot of backstory Thers s violence it s gruesome and it might not be for the faint hearted This is a well written debut novel My only criticism is that i felt the story could have been shorter it draagged out for a while spically with the background information This is a cleverly crafted storyI would like to thank NetGalley H and the author NadiineMatheson for my ARC TheJigsawMan in xchange for an honest review This was a very good thriller although at times it was gory in its descriptions it didn t put me off This a the first time I ve read any of this author s books and I look forward to reading I know the area in which this book is set very well and I could picture the places mentioned My thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for giving me the opportunity to read this book in return for an honest review 35 stars rounded upA copycat serial killer is leaving body parts in various locations in Deptford The original jigsaw man is Peter Olivier now serving life in Belmarsh Prison The serial killer unity run by DSI Stephen Pellacia with DI Anjelica Henley in charge of the investigation assisted by TDC Salim Ramouter This has the feel of a second book in a series it isn t with the backstory of DI Henley and Olivier in parallel with the hunt for the copyc. Stion Peter Olivier aka The Jigsaw Killer who is currently serving a life sentence for a series of horrific murders When a severed head is delivered to Henley's home she realises that the copycat is taking a personal. At It s xtremely gritty in paces and certainly not for The Faint Of Heart I faint of heart I the principal characters and you get a lot of backstory so they are both asy to imagine and understand although at times this depth gets in the way of the plot pace I Cabaret: A Roman Riddle especially like Ramouter who is very appealing he s very smart andnthusiastic Henley is in recovery from the previous case and her situation is not helped by her whiny husband Rob who seriously gets on my nerves This is a well written book and with clarity it s darkly compelling and asy to Read In Places It S Disturbing And There Are Some In places it s disturbing and there are some plot twists but I feel it s overlong and drawn out Towards the nd there is some backtracking to a few months previously and so the xcitement of the building conclusion gets halted in its momentum thus losing some impact However it does leave on a good pondering cliffhanger The best sections of the book for me are between Henley and Olivier their scenes specially in Belmarsh are All Roads Lead Home extremely tense and it s almost like a darkly riveting danse macabre It s reminds me of THOSE scenes between Clarice and Hannibal Overall there is much to praise in this book It s good on police procedure the main characters are interesting and likeable I like the diversity it covers a range of issues from PTSD to dementia and there are moments where there are sharp intakes of breath It could have been reduced in length which I think would have made it of a high octane intense read I definitely want to read number two if there is one With thanks to NetGalley and H for the arc for an honest review Book Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery Me I ll take itBook I m not done ye Me Give it to meBook But I haven t fini Me I CAN T HERE YOU OVER THE LOUDNESS OF ME SMASHING THE PREORDER BUTTOn Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram The Jigsaw Man by Nadine Matheson is a fast paced gruesome thriller that I reallynjoyed and I hope there is a seuel as the author has left a cliff hanger at the nd of the story So I am keen to find out what happens DI Anjelica Henley has just come back from leave after bringing the serial killer known as The Jigsaw man Peter Oliver to justice of his crimes He kills and chops up his victims and leaves their body parts all over South East London DI Henley is investigator of the SCU When her first case back is a serial killer with the same MO as the jigsaw man But it can t be him as he is locked up in Belmarsh Prison There must be a copy kat killer on the loose But when DI Henley visits him in prison to see if he has told anyone of his xploits Peter Oliver is not happy with the copy kat killers workmanship and somehow scapes to hunt the killer downThank you H for a copy of The Jigsaw man I really njoyed these dark police procedural from Nadine Matheson and I hope this story continues I have heard this is a debut novel which before I realised I would have thought the writing is from accomplished writer The story is slow at first due to the back story of the characters but the second half it became fast paced great storyline and plot But a very gruesome one Some if you don t like that type of book this maybe not for you But I think it makes the "STORY THRILLING NADINE MATHESON KNOWS HOW TO GRAB HER "thrilling Nadine Matheson knows how to grab her s attention from the opening page and doesn t let go THE JIGSAW MAN is smart deftly plotted and The Mephisto Threat (Paul Tallis expertly paced filled with characters you ll love and others who ll make your skin crawl and read with the lights on With a tale that s dark devious and deliciously twisted Matheson brings a fresh new voice to crime fiction that I can t wait to hear from. Interest in her and that the victims have not been chosen at random To catch the killer Henley must confront her own demons and when Olivierscapes from prison she finds herself up against not one serial killer but Review to come Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy In her gruesome debut The Man Nadine Matheson has chasing down a horrific serial killer through the streets of Nadine Matheson has readers chasing down a horrific serial killer through the streets of Inspector Anjelica Henley is pulled from her desk assignment to the field when dismembered body parts from multiple victims start showing up near the river Immediately Henley connects the specific method of dismemberment to a previous case Peter Oliver the Jigsaw Killer Thank you so much to Hanover Suare Press HarperCollins and Nadine Matheson for this ARC that comes out on March 16th Peter Oliver is the reason Henley is currently working a desk job He is a psychotic killer that went on a rampage killing seven people before stabbing Henley and narrowly being apprehended Oliver does not believe that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery however and is nraged by someone "killing in his name and using his xact "in his name and using his xact He doesn t need an apprentice and decides to take matters into his own hands to be sure the imitator is stopped The Jigsaw Man feels like the second book in a series because the writing flows well and Henley has a rich backstory It s almost like this book picks up where another book left off and I really njoyed that aspect of Matheson s writing Each of the main characters has a uniue personality and life story that helps you understand and connect with them I couldn t help but feel the motions of the characters and suffer right along with themThis book is pretty gruesome and has the characteristics of a classic police procedural The reader follows Henley into the crime suad and learns about the case at the same time she does The relationship between Oliver and Henley reminded me of Silence of the Lambs and made my skin crawl in the best way It has all the best aspects of a serial killer book but is not for those with a weak stomach The reader is transported to the mind of a killer and taken on a twisted journey The balance between procedure and personal story is just right Henley is a strong character but has her flaws as well The nding was left open in an nontraditional way that I felt worked for the book and this specific story It makes the reader think of all the possibilities that the future could hold for Inspector Anjelica Henley and I for one can t wait to see what happens next 4 starsReview first available on mysteryandsuspensecom DI Anjelica Henley has her hands full for than one reason Professionally she is after a copycat serial killer Also she struggles with racism due to her position as a BIPOC Detective Inspector Further as she works her current case she clearly sees resemblance to a previous serial killer case The killer was given the name Jigsaw Killer He is Peter Oliver and is in prison However his signature is being found on recent victims As difficult as it is Anjelica heads to the prison that is holding Oliver to see if he is aware of who the copycat killer could possibly be Oliver is not taking this lightly In fact the danger that surrounds him increases xponentially specially as he refuses to accept that the limelight surrounding his kills might be taken off of himMeanwhile the deeper Anjelica investigates the closer she herself comes to danger Trying to discover the motive for the recent murders is no asy task Just as it is not asy to discover solid clues as to who the killer could beThe twists and turns in this book the plot the grittiness well it all worked remarkably well together to create an incredibly intriguing book Be aware there are some very dark and disturbing moments in this book I also wan. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery When body parts are found on the banks of the River Thames in Deptford DI Angelica Henley is tasked with finding the killer Eerie choes of previous crimes lead Henley to ue.


Jigsaw Man