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Mystery
  • Author:
    Kerry Wilkinson
  • ISBN:
    0957016409
  • ISBN13:
    978-0957016408
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  • Publisher:
    KAW (January 11, 2011)
  • Pages:
    340 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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I highly recommend Kerry Wilkinson’s Jessica Daniel series based on the first two books that I have read.

Dead bodies are piling up for. I highly recommend Kerry Wilkinson’s Jessica Daniel series based on the first two books that I have read. This is a series I definitely plan to read all the way through.

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Kerry Wilkinson books. 21 April at 21:52 ssica Daniel novels. I've thoroughly enjoyed them and can't wait for the next series. In the mean time I'll be working my way through the other novels.

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Kerry Wilkinson (born 4 November 1980) is a British author and sports journalist born in Bath, Somerset. In 2018, his book Ten Birthdays won the Romantic Novelists' Association award for Young Adult Novel of the Year. Along with Marius Gabriel,.

Kerry Wilkinson (born 4 November 1980) is a British author and sports journalist born in Bath, Somerset. Along with Marius Gabriel, he was the first man to win a RoNA Award in the organisation's 58-year history. Kerry Wilkinson is an author who has had bestselling ebooks in the UK, Canada, Australia and South Africa.

She was in Longsight Police Station’s incident room in the basement, standing on a slightly raised platform next to DI Reynolds and DCI Cole.

She was in Longsight Police Station’s incident room in the basement, standing on a slightly raised platform next to DI Reynolds and DCI Cole f the hand that had been found as well as stills from the video footage. In front of them was a selection of officers, some in uniform, as well as other members of CID. Cole was someone Jessica had a lot of respect for. Although she’d had differences with each of the previous two chief inspectors, she had worked closely with him when he had been an inspector

Kerry Wilkinson is something of an accidental author. His debut, Locked In, the first title in the detective Jessica Daniel series, was written as a challenge to himself but, after self-publishing, it became a UK Number One bestseller within three months of release.

Kerry Wilkinson is something of an accidental author. Kerry then went on to have more success with the second and third titles in the series, Vigilante and The Woman in Black. Kerry has a degree in journalism and works for a national media company. He was born in Somerset but now lives in Lancashire. Библиографические данные.

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Kerry Wilkinson self-published Locked in, the first of his Jessica Daniel crime novels in 2011 and saw it rise to the top of the UK's Kindle charts. It has now sold over 100,000 copies and the first three books in the series have been purchased over quarter of a million times between them. In this interview, Kerry talks about the characters and plot of his novels.

This is Kerry Wilkinson's follow-up to the Amazon Kindle UK No.1 bestseller, Locked In.Dead bodies are piling up for Detective Sergeant Jessica Daniel.Usually when a serial killer is on the loose, the pressure would be building to find the perpetrator but the victims are all hardened criminals themselves.The national media can't believe their luck with an apparent vigilante on the streets, while Jessica's new boss seems grateful someone else is doing their job for them.But things aren't so straightforward when forensics matches blood from the apparent killer to a man already behind bars.This is Book Two in the Jessica Daniel series of detective novels.See: kerrywilkinson.com for more details.

Tam
I have read all the books in the Jessica Daniel series and they have all been good to very good. I have read better and I have read worse. The storyline was intriguing, however, it is not all that difficult to figure out the bait and switch. Overall a good read and I would recommend it.
Gnng
For some reason, Wilkinson's writing is better in this book than in some others. Quite a good read.
Armin
Great book not as good as the first tho
IWAS
Jessica Daniel's is a believable main caracter. Keeps you in suspense right up to the end. Once I started to read this book I found it hard to put down.
Bort
Jessica Daniel is a Detective Sargent in Manchester England and her immediate supervisor and partner is Detective Inspector Cole. She is intelligent, conscientious, ethical, and empathetic. She’s not so good at holding on to girlfriends or boyfriends, but what person taking her police job seriously would be?

A young punk is murdered one night on the street with a stab to his neck and two stabs to his heart and he dies without anyone hearing him. The Scene of Crime Officers (SOCO) find some dried blood under his fingernail. It turns out to be human blood from Donald McKenna. But he is currently in a nearby prison. The Chief Superintendent and Cole put Jessica in charge of the case. Then two more punks are murdered on the street a few nights later, just minutes after assaulting two other men in a pool hall. And SOCO finds McKenna’s hair on one of those victims too.

The murderer is a vigilante, ridding Manchester of dangerous criminals. And all the victims were in prison with McKenna in the past. But if McKenna is the vigilante, how does he do it? Does he manage to climb three 18 foot walls to get out of the prison, murder someone, and then climb the three walls again to get back to his cell? Does he have a secret tunnel? Does a corrupt guard let him out? Does he have a partner on the outside? Or is someone with access to his hair and blood framing him?

Some of the police and reporters aren’t sure whether they want the vigilante to be caught. But Jessica feels sorry for the parents of the victims and she begins to obsess over the case and is losing a lot of sleep. And she begins to think she might be paranoid. Is her lack of sleep hurting her judgment? Is it hurting her ability to find the vigilante?

This is an excellent murder mystery but with a flaw. This second Jessica Daniel novel gives details about the first Jessica Daniel novel, “Locked In”, which will reduce the pleasure a reader can get from later reading that excellent murder mystery. So, readers might want to consider reading “Locked In” before starting this one.
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Blurb
A killer behind bars is still killing.

Dead bodies are piling up for Detective Sergeant Jessica Daniel.

Usually when a serial killer is on the loose, the pressure would be building to find the perpetrator but the victims are all hardened criminals themselves.

The national media can’t believe their luck with an apparent vigilante on the streets, while Jessica’s new boss seems grateful someone else is doing their job for them.

But things aren't so straightforward when forensics matches blood from the apparent killer to a man already behind bars

Review

Dead bodies are piling up for Detective Sergeant Jessica Daniel. A serial killer is on the loose and Jessica and her team are tasked with solving this. Jessica and her team upon investigating the case find prints left on some of the victims matching a killer (McKenna) that is already in prison.

The murderer is on a crusade to rid Manchester of dangerous criminals. All victims upon investigation were in prison with McKenna in the past. Is the vigilante McKenna, if so how? Is there someone helping in from the outside? Or does someone have access to his hair and blood?

Read the book to find out more.

It was nice to have the familiarity of the characters from the first book, with some taking a larger role. Nice to see the characters developing and Jessica finding a love interest with Adam along the way.
Thetahuginn
'Locked-In' was the first of the Jessica Daniel series, and it was an excellent police procedural/thriller/mystery. I had some concerns with Detective Constable Daniel's method of work then, and I still do, but she seems to have matured over the past few months.

Detective Sergeant Jessica Daniel works for the Greater Manchester Police force. She has recently been promoted to Detective Sargent. Her immediate boss is Detective Inspector Cole. We don't know much about him except that he has a family and is extremely organized. He prefers his desk work to the investigation of crimes. In that matter,, Daniel and Cole are extremely well suited. She loves the investigative process, letting her 'gut' run wild and her desk is one big mess.They are called out one early morning to a murder, a well known drug criminal has had his throat slit, and off they go. And, then, another criminal is killed and another, a serial killer is in the loose, and in a reversal of sorts, the community is not unhappy that the criminals are finding their end.

DS Daniel, however, and her colleagues must pursue the killer. This is a fast paced novel, with many clues that start to add up, until one such clue known only to DS Daniel stops her cold. Jessica has begun to date and her social life expands. Her life, however, centers on her work, from morning until night. Jessica is a very forward, pushy woman. She often works outside her professional realm, stepping on her colleagues toes and pushing her superiors. In the real world this would not be tolerated. However, DS Daniel is very smart, articulate and is often correct. She is not a good PR person, and has a short fuse. Will she be able to rise to the top of her career?

Kerry Wilkinson has an excellent grasp of the workings of a police force, and his characters are all so well written. This is an exciting series, and I am hoping to see DS Daniel mature further in her job. I also want the mysterious DI Cole to be revealed. Does he have any secrets to share?

Recommended. prisrob 10-25-13