A gruesome delight! Daniel Cole's thriller RAGDOLL, in which gritty detective William "Wolf" Fawkes comes upon a single corpse stitched together out of six bodies, had me flipping pages furiously. It's an impressive debut, dark, propulsive, and surprisingly funny.
Praise for RAGDOLL by Daniel Cole, the quality, rocket-paced thriller for readers of Jo Nesbo: RAGDOLL is utterly addictive with brilliant characters and a killer twist you will never see coming - the best debut I've ever read.
Six corpses in one - and that's just the beginning! Don't expect any let-up in this chilling ride-along with a serial killer more devious and warped than you could ever imagine.
Give an arm or a leg to get hold of a copy... An exciting thriller.
A star is born. Killer plot. Killer pace. Twisted killer and a killer twist. Kill to get a copy.
A brilliant, breathless thriller. If you liked Se7en, you'll love this!
Gruesome, twisty and wildly addictive...I couldn't put RAGDOLL down.
A smorgasbord of flawed characters, an unrelenting pace and a perfect balance of gore and wit. RAGDOLL is a corker of a debut and Cole is sure to be a brilliant and accomplished new voice for crime readers to devour.
RAGDOLL is a fiendishly inventive serial killer mystery wrapped around a compelling new protagonist. I can't wait to see what Daniel Cole does next.
A first class, dark thriller.
I loved RAGDOLL. A rip-roaring, inventive and riveting read.
Daniel Cole's RAGDOLL is a bold first step in what is liable to be a spectacular career. Disturbing, taut and compelling, this book took me down the rabbit hole as only the best of thrillers can. Bravo, Mr. Cole.
Terrifyingly brilliant. I dare you to turn the lights out after reading!
RAGDOLL kept me enthralled from its startling opening to its tense finale. Superb thriller writing.
RAGDOLL is such a good read - with kick-ass characters and a cleverly executed, action packed plot, it's like a police procedural Die Hard.
highly anticipated debut that is surely bidding to be the year's most gruesome thriller.
the most exciting debut we've read in a long time
This ultra-high concept thriller opens with the discovery in London of a body made up of parts of six victims stitched together to form one corpse