Detective Inspector Angelica Henley is just back at work after a six-month break because of more than one personal reason. Not least of which, her last encounter with a vicious serial killer called Philip Olivier, aka The Jigsaw Man. But her return is not going to be relaxed or simple – there is someone out there reproducing the Jigsaw Man’s crimes, and it looks like Angelica is going to have to get Olivier’s help to catch this latest killer. What will working with one of her deadliest foes do to Angelica’s life and mind? Not for the faint-hearted but definitely one to pick up if you like a well-written, clever tale that will keep you on the edge of your seat till the end. Selected by Dororthy Koomson, Our Summer 2021 Guest Editor. Click here to read the full Guest Editor piece.
'This book is gruesomely good' Lesley Kara, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Rumour 'A spellbinding game of cat and mouse . . . with chilling echoes of Thomas Harris's The Silence of the Lambs' Daily Mail 'If you love early Val McDermid and Fiona Cummins then you'll love The Jigsaw Man' Nina Pottell, Prima 'A book to make you think, feel - and jump out of your chair' Daily Mirror * * * * * There's a serial killer on the loose. When bodies start washing up along the banks of the River Thames, DI Henley fears it is the work of Peter Olivier, the notorious Jigsaw Killer. But it can't be him; Olivier is already behind bars, and Henley was the one who put him there. The race is on before more bodies are found. She'd hoped she'd never have to see his face again, but Henley knows Olivier might be the best chance they have at stopping the copycat killer. But when Olivier learns of the new murders, helping Henley is the last thing on his mind . . . Will it take a killer to catch the killer? Now all bets are off, and the race is on to catch the killer before the body count rises. But who will get there first - Henley, or the Jigsaw Killer? * * * * * Authors and readers are GRIPPED by The Jigsaw Man: 'So tense and dark. It has a real Silence of the Lambs vibe, and Peter Olivier is my new Hannibal Lecter. Brilliant' Lisa Hall, author of Between You and Me 'I would give this more stars if I could. For a debut novel, in this genre, this is simply brilliant, the twists & turns you go through keep you on the edge of your seat, I couldn't put this down!!' Amazon reviewer, 5* 'Buckle up, readers! From the first scene, Nadine Matheson takes us on a heart-pounding roller coaster ride . . .[it] will take your breath away again and again' Tami Hoag, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Boy I'm absolutely a coverted Nadine Matheson fan! Cannot wait for for next book' Amazon reviewer, 5*