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The follow up to Daniel Cole’s Ragdoll has been hugely anticipated – and Hangman was well worth the wait. It begins 18 months after the Ragdoll case concluded and it’s been all change for the team who worked on it. Newly promoted DCI Emily Baxter is tired of all the copycat cases that cross her desk, so when two US law enforcement officers come along with yet another she is dismissive. But this one is different, and that body suspended from the Brooklyn Bridge in New York heralds the beginning of another thrill-a-minute bloodfest that will have you on the edge of your seat. Read our full review here.

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