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Broken Dolls By James Carol Broken Dolls The first in James Carol s thrilling Jefferson Winter series Broken Dolls offers rapid fire suspense and a chilling look into the mind of a criminal and into the mind of the one man who might be able

  • Title: Broken Dolls
  • Author: James Carol
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  • Broken Dolls By James Carol The first in James Carol s thrilling Jefferson Winter series, Broken Dolls offers rapid fire suspense and a chilling look into the mind of a criminal and into the mind of the one man who might be able to catch him Ex FBI star profiler Jefferson Winter is no ordinary investigator An eccentric genius and self described geek with a passion for Mozart, he is haunted by tThe first in James Carol s thrilling Jefferson Winter series, Broken Dolls offers rapid fire suspense and a chilling look into the mind of a criminal and into the mind of the one man who might be able to catch him.Ex FBI star profiler Jefferson Winter is no ordinary investigator An eccentric genius and self described geek with a passion for Mozart, he is haunted by the legacy of his notorious serial killer fatherd not likely to admit this may be why he has such a phenomenal insight into the psychology that drives the criminals he hunts.The former G man is now a sought after freelance consultant, jetting around the globe helping local law enforcement agencies with their toughest cases When Detective Investigator Mark Hatcher calls from Scotland Yard about a particularly disturbing case, Winter leaves his native California for the chilly streets of London to help track down a sadistic serial kidnapper.Four victims, all young women, all tortured and then lobotomised None of them able to tell the police the name of their attacker None of them able to live normal lives again Just broken dolls, played with then discarded.When another young woman goes missing, Winter has to race against the clock to identify the attacker and find the latest victim before it s too late.James Carol s breakout debut novel takes readers on an action packed rollercoaster ride that fans of Criminal Minds, Silence of the Lambs, Sleepy Head, and the Jack Reacher and Alex Cross series won t want to miss.More Jefferson Winter Thrillers Jefferson Winter returns in Presumed Guilty July 2014 , the first in a series of ebook novellas chronicling Winter s FBI days, and Watch Me August 2014 , the second full length novel in the Winter series.Also in the works Television rights for Broken Dolls have been optioned by Sprout Pictures, the production company behind the Emmy award winning SKY comedy Moone Boy The company is planning to adapt the novel into a major TV series, provisionally titled WINTER.
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    1. Lisa on said:

      Broken Dolls by James Carol was a very disturbing read it chilled me to the core , but thoroughly enjoyed it The Characters were well scripted very likeable especially Jefferson Winter Sophie Templeton This was a really good novel a page turner.Di Mark Hatcher from Scotland yard calls Jefferson Winter to help him solve a case being the son of a serial killer is a former FBI agent now profiler he agrees to help Hatcher solve a case involving a psychopath who tortures women keeps them for months t [...]

    2. Anne Goldschrift on said:

      Okay, okay umsonst gestresst D Ich hatte Unrecht mit meiner Vermutung, und das ist gut Das Buch war mir ein bisschen zu unrealistisch, sonst aber echt gut

    3. Paul Nelson on said:

      It s been a while since I last delved into the catch a serial killer genre and to be honest the repetitive nature of all the various different attempts eventually put me off It turned into a chore searching for one that would bring something different to the table, characters that I could root for and a bad guy worthy of the accolade My favourites of course being the darker stuff, point of view characters from the hunter and the hunted So Broken Dolls is my latest and a return to the crime thril [...]

    4. Maxine (Booklover Catlady) on said:

      Broken Dolls is a fantastically disturbing crime novel that shares with us the horror of a particularly brutal and sadistic serial killer If you like your crime novels with a bit of graphic eye popping moments, edge of your seat tension and some spine chilling moments, then you will love Broken Dolls, as did I Jefferson Winter is no ordinary investigator.The son of one of America s most renowned serial killers, Winter has spent his life trying to distance himself from his father s legacy Once a [...]

    5. Brenda on said:

      Jefferson Winter is the son of an executed serial killer, ex FBI profiler, and international freelance consultant hunting serial killers I found him to be a bit cocky because he s usually right, too perfect because the author gave him no flaws, and a lonely man because he moves on as soon as the killer is caught He is described as a genius and has a sense of humor at times.Early in the book, there were a few scenes that were condescending to women, which didn t sit well with me Fortunately, that [...]

    6. Lee on said:

      Mr Carol, I am really enjoying your books now that I have discovered them and this was no exception This is an excellent thriller, fast paced, great characters and an excellent story that takes you in and does not let go until the end Ex FBI profiler Jefferson Winters is the son of one of America s worst serial killers and he arrives in London to assist on a case where someone is kidnapping young women, keeping them for months and torturing them, a man that Winter intends to take off the streets [...]

    7. Tamara De Cubber on said:

      Super verhaal Van begin tot einde spannend en moeilijk weg te leggen Een aanrader

    8. Dani Jade on said:

      A good little crime thriller Pretty much Criminal Minds in book form, actually I totally pictured Sophie Templeton as J J, and they even say unsub , Likeable characters, interesting plot Not a murder mystery, or a who dunnit, in that as with all serial killer books the killer is obviously not a character we know, it s about how Winter figures out who the unsub is when all of London is the suspect pool I d read the next one.

    9. Nina on said:

      4, 5 SterneEin wirklich spannender Thriller mit einer guten Aufl sung Zun chst hatte ich Angst, dass es auf etwas anderes hinauslaufen k nnte, was ich an Thrillern berhaupt nicht mag, aber dem war Gott sein dank nicht so Winter war mir zum Teil sehr sympathisch, ich mochte seine unkonventionelle Art, auch wenn mich seit meinem Jurastudium das Vorgehen der meisten Polizisten in Thrillern teilweise wirklich st rt Allerdings war der Thriller an manchen Stellen extrem unrealistisch Winter saugt sich [...]

    10. Ami on said:

      I have this one for a while and since I m in the mood for mystery thriller after finishing Robert Bryndza s Detective Erika Foster series, I figure it s time for me to try it.The premise is very interesting Jefferson Winter, an ex FBI genius profiler, is a son of a serial killer himself This book opens with Winter watching his father s execution When his father mouthed We re the same to Winter, it haunts him, so he decides to quit the FBI Winter still works as freelance consultant, offering his [...]

    11. Tracy Fenton on said:

      There is a new hero in my life and his name is Jefferson Winter When I started this book a couple of days ago I was concerned as some fellow bookworms in my book club said it was so gory and they had to take a breather during the book Not me It was perfect for me but now I am concerned how warped or depraved I am Each chapter galloped by at a fast pace, the dialogue and characters were faultless and I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish So much so that I am about to start book 2 right now [...]

    12. Chantal Plantaz on said:

      In plaats van een schrijversduo gingen Jac en ik de uitdaging aan als lezersduo van De Poppenspeler het debuut van James Carol.Onze conlusie is dat dit een geweldig spannende thriller is.Proloog van het boek is sterk en maakt je direct nieuwsgierig Jefferson Winter is ex fbi agent en nu werkzaam als zelfstandig opererende profiler die door de Metropolitan Police wordt ingehuurd om klaarheid te brengen in een serie verknipte verminkingen die een abjecte psychopaat toebrengt aan vrouwen, die hij o [...]

    13. Ubiquitousbastard on said:

      I kind of liked the premise and it has been a while since I ve read the genre, so I thought I would give this a try For the first fifty pages, I was undecided There was some okay tension building, but also it felt kind of tropey That second part is what carried on throughout the book The plot was utterly predictable, with all of the stock characters that I ve endured countless times in the past Then there s Oh my God so Beautiful most Beautifulest but tough but so model gorgeous Templeton who s [...]

    14. Linda Strong on said:

      Jefferson Winter is an ex FBI Agent Profiler Jefferson Winter is now a free lance consultant hunter of serial killers Jefferson Winter is the son of a serial killer His father s last words to him before he ws executed for his crimes were We re the Same.Someone in London is kidnapping young women, holding them for months undergoing unspeakable torture before performing a lobotomy and leaving them dead than alive After the third woman is found, DS Hatcher asks for Jefferson s help.I had a hard ti [...]

    15. Lisa on said:

      These 5 stars are for pure entertainment value certainly enhanced by listening on audio Jefferson Winter comes to life in this absorbing and exciting crime drama he is an ex FBI agent assisting on a nasty serial crime case in London England.Ok, I ll admit it s a tad formulaic and nothing I haven t read before BUT Jefferson is awesome and the story was so well pulled together that the ring of familiarity was inconsequential.I loved it And I m listening to the next one straight away as it s a bril [...]

    16. Nathalie Bakelandt on said:

      Spannend en de titel is sprekend verbonden aan het verhaal Zeker een aanrader in de sfeer van silence of the lambs klopt

    17. lebe.liebe.lese [Tina] on said:

      Ich fand es toll Sicherlich gab es ein paar langatmige Szenen, doch gebe ich hier gern 5 Sterne Der Schreibstil hat mich total mitgerissen und die Idee hinter der Geschichte war einfach gut.

    18. Lynda Kelly on said:

      A bloody fantastic first book I loved it and an easy 5 stars for me AND it was free.n t go wrong on all counts Really look forward to the sequel and than happy to pay for it They ought to try that with freebies on If you read it and it was tripe they credit your account with another free one, if you think it s terrific you pay at least 50p I digressAn odd thing but with this book I let it go were the Americanisms but they DID only crop up with Jackson himself speaking or describing something wh [...]

    19. Joe Stamber on said:

      Broken Dolls has received a lot of high ratings and good reviews and now I know why James Carol has come up with a fascinating protagonist with Jefferson Winter, the son of an executed serial killer driven by his father s actions to hunt down killers himself By the end of Broken Dolls, Winter had developed into a great character who almost every reader will want to ride with again.Carol has delivered an excellent mystery thriller that never lets up and is both disturbing and genuinely exciting T [...]

    20. Boong on said:

      Criminal Minds NCIS Hannibal 101 Criminal Minds 1 3 WOW Element Criminal Minds

    21. Katrin on said:

      Ich werde auf jeden Fall Band 2 lesen, wenn er rauskommt Hab lange nicht mehr einen Ermittler so sympathisch gefunden.

    22. Sunil Laxman on said:

      A crime procedural book with it s own take on it Broken Dolls was just such a lot of fun The Plot consists of a psychopath who abducts women, tortures them and sets them free after a lobotomy Yeah not for the faint of heart actually The police force now ask for the help of PI Jefferson Winter and his expertise in order to track this guy down, before he can strike again.This book was a brilliant read It s fast paced, quirky and has a lotta good humor as well James Carol knows how to build suspens [...]

    23. Liane Van Oosterhout on said:

      Het was een heerlijke thriller Er gebeurde veel in korte tijd Geen saaie stukken Ik houd ervan.Het verhaal miste alleen wat diepgang en daardoor leek het hier en daar wat afgeraffeld.4 Sterren vond ik het zeker waard.

    24. Carmina on said:

      4,5 f r einen tollen Auftakt der Reihe um den Profiler Jefferson Winter Gest rt hat mich eigentlich nur, dass seine Ahnungen und Schl sse teilweise sehr berzogen und daher unrealistisch waren.

    25. Joyce on said:

      De Poppenspeler is absoluut een aanrader Had het boek iets meer diepgang gehad, dan was het vijf sterren geworden Een groot compliment voor James Carol, ik heb geen moment het gevoel gehad een debuut te lezen.Met Jefferson Winter heeft hij een karakter geschapen, waarmee hij een mooie serie kan gaan schrijven Jefferson Winter is zoon van een psychopaat en seriemoordenaar Vlak voor de executie van zijn vader, werden hem de woorden Wij zijn hetzelfde toegefluisterd Jefferson is nu hard bezig om te [...]

    26. Janet on said:

      This one had been sitting on my Kindle for quite some time A debut from the author James Carol, tells the story of a serial killer who kidnaps young women, holds them for a couple of months and then releases them after I won t say what he does to them, that s for you to find out In comes Jefferson Winter, an ex FBI profiler, who now takes on private cases And this pretty much is the premise of the book Whilst reading I did keep visualising an episode of a tv show or a tv movie, certainly it woul [...]

    27. Paula on said:

      Es cierto que en varios momentos, me sobraban cosas y probablemente, esta historia se podr a haber contado en menos p ginas, pero ahora que acab el libro, no cambiar a pr cticamente nada Por momentos me faltaba el aire y en otros me encontraba riendo Sin duda fue una lectura que me sorprendio gratamente y espero que haya m s casos de Jefferson Winter.

    28. Froggie on said:

      Interesting right from the start and kept me guessing to the end Would be great on TV It lacked something though, maybe psychological depth Fast pace and brevity is good but in this case, a little details would make it special At the end, it felt like just that, one of Winter s many cases.

    29. Robert Mackay on said:

      A poor man s Sherlock Trying to be a bit Robert Langdon and failing which isn t saying much Good concept and should ve been good but just a bit of an annoying character really

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