Ragdoll by Daniel Cole

One body. Six victims. William Fawkes, a controversial detective known as The Wolf, has just been reinstated to his post after months of psychological assessment following allegations of a shocking assault. A veteran of the force, Fawkes thinks he’s seen it all. That is, until his former partner and friend, Detective Emily Baxter, calls him to a crime scene and leads him to a career-defining cadaver: the dismembered parts of six victims sewn together like a puppet—a corpse that becomes...

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The Dispatcher by John Scalzi

An entertaining and well done novella. Scalzi/Quinto drop you into the story and keep you interested from the start. It has an interesting hook and some well done twists. For such a short story, the characters were developed and seemed quite believable in their actions and motivations. Part urban fantasy, part police procedural, part mystery.

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The Land of Dreams by Vidar Sundstol

Those interested in Scandanavia crime novels and/or the Great Lakes Region will surely want to check this one out (unless you can read Norwegian and have already read the series!). Those looking for a fast-paced crime novel will be disappointed while those with a more psychological bent will likely enjoy.

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The Land of Dreams by Vidar Sundstol

Those interested in Scandanavia crime novels and/or the Great Lakes Region will surely want to check this one out (unless you can read Norwegian and have already read the series!). Those looking for a fast-paced crime novel will be disappointed while those with a more psychological bent will likely enjoy.

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