Hangman (Fawkes and Baxter #2)

Hangman (Fawkes and Baxter #2)

How do you catch a killer who's already dead?' Eighteen months have passed, but the scars the Ragdoll murders left behind remain. DCI Emily Baxter is summoned to a meeting with US Special Agents Elliot Curtis of the FBI and Damien Rouche of the CIA. There, she is presented with photographs of the latest copycat murder: a body contorted into a familiar pose, strung up imposs How do you catch a killer who's already dead?' Eighteen months have passed, but the scars the Ragdoll murders ...

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Title:Hangman (Fawkes and Baxter #2)
Author:Daniel Cole
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Genres:Thriller
ISBN:B06XRJH4M9
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

Hangman (Fawkes and Baxter #2) Reviews

  • Annie ~ The Misstery
    Feb 13, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

  • Kate
    Mar 16, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... I was a huge fan of Daniel Cole?s debut novel, Ragdoll which I read last year. Now, a year later, he has returned with Hangman. Daniel Cole?s second novel is a highly entertaining read which I flew throu...

    Das Hörbuch bekommt von mir 3,5 Sterne. Im Großen und Ganzen hat mir die Story ganz gut gefallen, leider konnte sie mich stellenweise aber nicht ganz fesseln. Die Stimme des Sprechers fand ich sehr angenehm und auch wenn mich am Anfang etwas gestört hat, dass er häufiger Pausen m...

    Ragdoll was my favorite book of 2017 and I have been anxiously waiting for the follow-up ever since. Though the American release date is not for a couple more months, I won a giveaway for a book of my choice and was very excited to see I could get a UK edition of Hangman. While it didn...

    "Hangman? ist nach "Ragdoll" der zweite Roman aus der "William Fawkes"-Reihe von Daniel Cole. Auch wenn der Autor selbst im Nachwort darauf hinweist, dass man "Ragdoll" nicht unbedingt kennen muss, um "Hangman" zu lesen, halte ich es doch für sinnvoll, wenn man die vorangegangenen E...

    Ik vond dit boek helaas over de top. Teveel focus op de actie en gruwelheden. Weinig diepgang en over het waarom... De humor vond ik erg geforceerd en had weinig met Baxter. Op zich begint hij wel goed maar tegen de helft aan zakt hij verder in elkaar. Er zat 1 scene in die ik wel geni...

    While I think this one was a little bit too 'out there' for me (actually, I think it's completely bonkers!), it's certainly an entertaining and fun follow up to Ragdoll, a book I really enjoyed. Review coming up on For Winter Nights. ...

  • Susan
    Mar 02, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

  • Matt
    Mar 28, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

  • Eva
    Apr 27, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

  • KC
    Feb 13, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

  • Phrynne
    May 21, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

  • Christine
    Mar 14, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

  • Kate~Bibliophile Book Club
    Feb 03, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

  • Stephanie
    Apr 28, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... I was a huge fan of Daniel Cole?s debut novel, Ragdoll which I read last year. Now, a year later, he has returned with Hangman. Daniel Cole?s second novel is a highly entertaining read which I flew throu...

    Das Hörbuch bekommt von mir 3,5 Sterne. Im Großen und Ganzen hat mir die Story ganz gut gefallen, leider konnte sie mich stellenweise aber nicht ganz fesseln. Die Stimme des Sprechers fand ich sehr angenehm und auch wenn mich am Anfang etwas gestört hat, dass er häufiger Pausen m...

    Ragdoll was my favorite book of 2017 and I have been anxiously waiting for the follow-up ever since. Though the American release date is not for a couple more months, I won a giveaway for a book of my choice and was very excited to see I could get a UK edition of Hangman. While it didn...

  • Laura
    Mar 20, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

  • Faye*
    Dec 19, 2017

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

  • Linda Richardson
    May 05, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

  • Ciska Bokhorst
    Mar 24, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... I was a huge fan of Daniel Cole?s debut novel, Ragdoll which I read last year. Now, a year later, he has returned with Hangman. Daniel Cole?s second novel is a highly entertaining read which I flew throu...

    Das Hörbuch bekommt von mir 3,5 Sterne. Im Großen und Ganzen hat mir die Story ganz gut gefallen, leider konnte sie mich stellenweise aber nicht ganz fesseln. Die Stimme des Sprechers fand ich sehr angenehm und auch wenn mich am Anfang etwas gestört hat, dass er häufiger Pausen m...

    Ragdoll was my favorite book of 2017 and I have been anxiously waiting for the follow-up ever since. Though the American release date is not for a couple more months, I won a giveaway for a book of my choice and was very excited to see I could get a UK edition of Hangman. While it didn...

    "Hangman? ist nach "Ragdoll" der zweite Roman aus der "William Fawkes"-Reihe von Daniel Cole. Auch wenn der Autor selbst im Nachwort darauf hinweist, dass man "Ragdoll" nicht unbedingt kennen muss, um "Hangman" zu lesen, halte ich es doch für sinnvoll, wenn man die vorangegangenen E...

    Ik vond dit boek helaas over de top. Teveel focus op de actie en gruwelheden. Weinig diepgang en over het waarom... De humor vond ik erg geforceerd en had weinig met Baxter. Op zich begint hij wel goed maar tegen de helft aan zakt hij verder in elkaar. Er zat 1 scene in die ik wel geni...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Dec 23, 2017

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

  • Sandy
    Mar 15, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

  • Thebooktrail
    Jan 14, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... I was a huge fan of Daniel Cole?s debut novel, Ragdoll which I read last year. Now, a year later, he has returned with Hangman. Daniel Cole?s second novel is a highly entertaining read which I flew throu...

    Das Hörbuch bekommt von mir 3,5 Sterne. Im Großen und Ganzen hat mir die Story ganz gut gefallen, leider konnte sie mich stellenweise aber nicht ganz fesseln. Die Stimme des Sprechers fand ich sehr angenehm und auch wenn mich am Anfang etwas gestört hat, dass er häufiger Pausen m...

    Ragdoll was my favorite book of 2017 and I have been anxiously waiting for the follow-up ever since. Though the American release date is not for a couple more months, I won a giveaway for a book of my choice and was very excited to see I could get a UK edition of Hangman. While it didn...

    "Hangman? ist nach "Ragdoll" der zweite Roman aus der "William Fawkes"-Reihe von Daniel Cole. Auch wenn der Autor selbst im Nachwort darauf hinweist, dass man "Ragdoll" nicht unbedingt kennen muss, um "Hangman" zu lesen, halte ich es doch für sinnvoll, wenn man die vorangegangenen E...

    Ik vond dit boek helaas over de top. Teveel focus op de actie en gruwelheden. Weinig diepgang en over het waarom... De humor vond ik erg geforceerd en had weinig met Baxter. Op zich begint hij wel goed maar tegen de helft aan zakt hij verder in elkaar. Er zat 1 scene in die ik wel geni...

    While I think this one was a little bit too 'out there' for me (actually, I think it's completely bonkers!), it's certainly an entertaining and fun follow up to Ragdoll, a book I really enjoyed. Review coming up on For Winter Nights. ...

    Hangman locations Is it wrong for a gory murder book to make you laugh? There's blood, gore and comedy galore in this adventure - second to Ragdoll and with characters other than Wolf at its centre. It's one of the most entertaining tours of New York I've ever done that's for...

  • Karen
    May 23, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

  • Emma
    Dec 30, 2017

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

  • Vanessa Loockx
    Mar 04, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

  • Laura Rash
    Apr 06, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

  • Roy
    May 09, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

  • Paromjit
    Mar 01, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

  • Jacob Collins
    Jan 21, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... I was a huge fan of Daniel Cole?s debut novel, Ragdoll which I read last year. Now, a year later, he has returned with Hangman. Daniel Cole?s second novel is a highly entertaining read which I flew throu...

  • Ascari Vau
    Jan 11, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... I was a huge fan of Daniel Cole?s debut novel, Ragdoll which I read last year. Now, a year later, he has returned with Hangman. Daniel Cole?s second novel is a highly entertaining read which I flew throu...

    Das Hörbuch bekommt von mir 3,5 Sterne. Im Großen und Ganzen hat mir die Story ganz gut gefallen, leider konnte sie mich stellenweise aber nicht ganz fesseln. Die Stimme des Sprechers fand ich sehr angenehm und auch wenn mich am Anfang etwas gestört hat, dass er häufiger Pausen m...

    Ragdoll was my favorite book of 2017 and I have been anxiously waiting for the follow-up ever since. Though the American release date is not for a couple more months, I won a giveaway for a book of my choice and was very excited to see I could get a UK edition of Hangman. While it didn...

    "Hangman? ist nach "Ragdoll" der zweite Roman aus der "William Fawkes"-Reihe von Daniel Cole. Auch wenn der Autor selbst im Nachwort darauf hinweist, dass man "Ragdoll" nicht unbedingt kennen muss, um "Hangman" zu lesen, halte ich es doch für sinnvoll, wenn man die vorangegangenen E...

  • Stephen Collins
    Apr 30, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

  • Anni Blackwing
    Jan 27, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

    Een beetje Se7en in boekvorm ... ...

    All of my reviews can be found at: https://hookedfrompageoneblog.wordpre... I was a huge fan of Daniel Cole?s debut novel, Ragdoll which I read last year. Now, a year later, he has returned with Hangman. Daniel Cole?s second novel is a highly entertaining read which I flew throu...

    Das Hörbuch bekommt von mir 3,5 Sterne. Im Großen und Ganzen hat mir die Story ganz gut gefallen, leider konnte sie mich stellenweise aber nicht ganz fesseln. Die Stimme des Sprechers fand ich sehr angenehm und auch wenn mich am Anfang etwas gestört hat, dass er häufiger Pausen m...

  • Laura von Eden
    Feb 03, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

  • Liane
    Feb 27, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...

    Ha ha I LOVED this again. Despite the strangely ridiculous storylines both this and Ragdoll are WILDLY entertaining. Everything you want when you like a rather dark edge to your reading but also want to have a giggle. Hangman was very vividly dark, but also occasionally laugh out loud ...

    Set in a Flashback in 2015 18 months after Ragdoll who is now prisoner. This a sequel & it's not because it is a different person - DCI Emily Baxter & Agents Curtis female & Rouche male a Mulder & Scully style FBI because part is in New York & part in London were po...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com I was so excited to read the follow up to the hugely successful Ragdoll - and Hangman, the second in the Detective William Fawkes series, definitely doesn't disappoint! Much like the first, it's a rollercoaster of a ride of tension, mystery and g...

    I loved Ragdoll, the first book in this series, so I was delighted to be able to read and review Hangman. I had been dying to read it from the moment I finished Ragdoll, and its safe to say it was worth the wait. Hangman was just as good, if not better. Focusing on DCI Emily Baxter ...

    2.5* I absolutely loved Ragdoll. The humor, the quick fast paced writing, Wolfs character and the trills. I feel like this was just missing everything that hooked me in book 1. Wolf isnt the main character, and Emily becomes the main focus with crimes in both NYC/London. The crimes ...

    Knapp ein Jahr ist es her, dass ich den ersten Teil ?Ragdoll? gelesen habe und ich habe mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung gefreut. Klappentext und Cover haben bereits im Vorfeld überzeugt, besonders das Cover fand ich hier sehr gelungen. In ?Hangman? begleiten wir Chief Inspect...

    Having enjoyed, ?Ragdoll,? I was curious to see whether Daniel Cole could come up with something as good for that difficult sequel. I am pleased to report that he has ? this is an intelligent, well written thriller, with excellent characters, a fast moving plot, and a great dose ...

    I wanted to like this one as much as Ragdoll but it just didn?t cut it for me. Baxter kept wearing on my nerves & it just didn?t seem as edgy as the first book. I will probably read more in this series just to read more about Wolf. ...

    It's been 18 months since the Ragdoll murders and DCI Emily Baxter and team have been trying to move on. With a new case at hand, Baxter ends up working in tandem with the CIA and the FBI to stop a serial killer who has been crossing the pond branding his victims as PUPPET and BAIT. Th...

    ?Hangman? ist das erste Buch, das ich von dessen Autor Daniel Cole gelesen habe, was wahrscheinlich ein Fehler war, da es sich hierbei um den 2. Teil in einer Thriller-Reihe handelt. Obwohl ich Teil 1 ?Ragdoll? nicht kannte, habe ich mich an ?Hangman? gewagt, da ich den Ein...

    Having loved Ragdoll last year, I had high expectations of the follow up Hangman. Daniel Cole resurrects his winning formula of black humour, with gory crimes to churn your stomach. The story focuses on Emily Baxter this time, with the heroic William ?Wolf? Fawkes only getting t...

    Een echte pageturner, nog steeds met het vleugje humor erin zoals in boek 1. ...

    O__O Last year, I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It was a great and unique police procedural that made a difference because of the way the story progressed. By the time I finished reading it, I deeply admired Daniel Cole?s ability to craft such a unique storyl...

    Hangman is the second book in the Detective William Fawkes series, although that?s slightly misleading as it?s not exactly been a well-kept secret that *gaps*, he?s not actually in it. Shock, horror! Still, don?t let that put you off as Hangman is brilliant and you really don?...

    I decided to post my thoughts and chose leave a review after reading the advance e-copy 5 chapter sampler I received courtesy of Net Galley. Thank you to Orion, the Publisher for sending this book to me and giving me an opportunity to read it before the publication date. I?ll definit...

    In 2 dagen uitgelezen. Wat een geweldige thriller. ...

  • Kirsty 📚📖❤️
    Mar 21, 2018

    Daniel Cole brings us the sequel to Ragdoll, and it is a surefire adrenaline ride with a phenomenal body count set in New York and London. It is blackly humorous and more than a little over the top bonkers, so providing you are prepared to suspend your disbelief, then this a thrill rid...

    Daniel Cole is back to continue his thriller series that had readers gasping at the cliffhanger ending. Riding the wave of his debut success, Cole presents this follow-up that appears to lack the intensity and grit of DS William Fawkes? initial case. With Fawkes away and on the lam, ...

    When I saw that this wasn't going to be a straight follow up to Ragdoll with Wolf in it, I was disappointed. Was I wrong? Hell yes. This is outrageously good and one of the funniest books i've read in ages. If you think that humour doesn't mix with serial murder, you are mistaken, and ...

    In a very brave move on the part of the author this book is written entirely about only one member of the series title. Baxter carries the whole story, with the help of a cast of characters some old some new, and Wolf (Fawkes) is off somewhere on the run. At first I must admit I missed...

    3.5 stars Sooo?.book #2. A daunting task, particularly when the first one was a huge hit. But this author really upped the ante by leaving out his popular MC William ?Wolf? Fawkes & switching the focus to another character. That would be DCI Emily Baxter. She worked the...

    I had really high hopes for this book as Ragdoll was one of my favourite books of last year. It took me a chapter to get into the story but after that it didn't disappoint.  In my review of Ragdoll I wondered how they were going to continue after the conclusion of that book and the...