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The Jigsaw Man
The Jigsaw Man | Nadine Matheson
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Coming soon! The Jigsaw Man by Nadine Matheson will be available Mar 16, 2021.
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eanderson
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November pick #12booksof2021

Andrew65 Looks good. 2w
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amywithbooks
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A really great serial killer thriller! Set in London with a great protagonist and plenty of action. The next book in the series is due out this year, and I will definitely be reading it immediately!

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amywithbooks
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My first read of 2022!

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eanderson
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🎧 I enjoyed the story but the performer drove me bonkers! She underpreformed and every time a character would speak it was like she had to emphasize an inhale. Almost like everyone is incredibly emotional in every conversation. Every character sounded exactly the same. I would highly suggest not listening to the audiobook and just go for the book itself. It almost ruined the boom for me. 😒 Maybe I‘m in a mood or something.🤔

Bookzombie A bad narrator can definitely ruin a book. I have occasionally started one and had to put it aside so I can pick it up in print later. 2mo
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eanderson
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🎧 Listening to Jigsaw Man for #20in4 😊

robinb That sounds spooky… 3mo
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Bakingbookworm
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4.5 STARS - This was such an incredible debut. Definitely not for the faint of heart with its focus on serial killers, but wow! What a darkly compelling and impressive debut from British author Nadine Matheson. You'll want to read with the lights on and the doors locked for this one. 😲

My Review: http://bit.ly/JigsawManReview

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LitHousewife
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I‘m now 69% done with The Jigsaw Man. It‘s really good, but I hope I finish it before it gets too dark. 😂 If not, Melly has been my constant companion throughout this #readathon. She‘s sure to protect me if the need arises. Do you know how long it‘s been since I‘ve read a book in a single day? I‘m so excited. I feel like myself again. 🎉🎉🎉

Soubhiville Yay! 9mo
LiteraryinLawrence That‘s an awesome feeling!! 9mo
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NikkiKey94
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I have heard and read so many good things about this book and it did not disappoint! I loved every bit of it! It is definitely one of the best books I‘ve read this year! I am pretty sure it‘s going to be a series and I can‘t wait for the next one! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟!

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Penny_LiteraryHoarders
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Mehso-so

It was only ever just okay for me.

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Suelizbeth
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As the title would suggest, this novel involves a serial killer who creates human jigsaw puzzles. He‘s in prison for life, so where are the recent body parts coming from? Suffering from PTSD after her near fatal encounter with The Jigsaw Man, how does DI Anjelica Henley think asking him for help is going to end? Not well, as it turns out. This is a dark, gruesome thriller and I hope, the first in a series. More DI Henley, please. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

CoverToCoverGirl Sounds intense! I got chills from reading your review! 10mo
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CoffeeK8
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12 Books Read in March
3 Library Books
3 #ARCs
1 #BOTM
11 by authors who are not men
2 BIPOC Authors
#MarchReads #March2021

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CoffeeK8
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This is a terrific debut thriller. I hope there are more in this series!

Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley is a member of the Serial Crimes Unit, and she's just returned to active duty after some very traumatizing events happening while on duty. She has a young daughter, a marriage on the ropes and a significant case of untreated PTSD. On her first day back she also gets 2 dead bodies that fit the profile of a serial killer behind bars.

charl08 Looking forward to reading this, heard the author speak last year (online, of course). 10mo
eanderson Sounds good! Stacked! 10mo
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Penny_LiteraryHoarders
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Going to try this one out instead!

MsMelissa I can‘t wait to see what you think of this one. Need to determine if I need to move it to the top of my TBR pile 🙂 10mo
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suzie.reads
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I really enjoyed this book thought it was a great story. Really liked the main character Henley, hope its made into a series. A very impressive debut crime thriller, I look forward to more.

Come-read-with-me Stacked! 11mo
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yvo_about_books
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Afternoon fruit snack while I continue what is promising to be just the dark and twisted crime thriller I love... And whenever I eat, Paco has to eat too. 😂🐶

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OutsmartYourShelf
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When body parts start turning up on the banks of the Thames, DI Angelica Henley knows the killings have similarities to a former case - the Jigsaw Man. Is there a copycat killer or something far worse?

The story line was well-plotted & the MC's backstory was well-drawn. The scenes of violence were rather brutal. Overall, I liked it but I didn't love it. 3⭐

Thanks to NetGalley & publishers, HQ, for the opportunity to read an ARC. #NetGalley

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charl08
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Nadine shares she used to borrow her parents' library cards. She based the book in the area where she grew up: Deptford. Would anyone like a tour of the places where the bodies are found in the novel? All of them really exist.

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