Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endings based on Waiting on Wednesday that was created and run by Breaking the Spine where each Wednesday you get to showcase a book that you are really looking forward to and that has yet to be released.
This week I’ve chosen:
Mimic by Daniel Cole.
In life she was his muse . . .
In death she’ll be his masterpiece
1989: DS Benjamin Chambers and DC Adam Winters are on the trail of a serial killer with a twisted passion for recreating the world’s greatest works of art through the bodies of his victims. After Chambers nearly loses his life, the case goes cold due to lack of evidence. The killer lies dormant, his collection unfinished.
2006: DS Marshall has excelled through the ranks of the Metropolitan Police Service, despite being haunted by the case that defined her teenage years. Having obtained new evidence, she joins Chambers and Winters to reopen the case. However, their resurrected investigation brings about a fresh reign of terror, the team treading a fine line between delivering justice and becoming vigilantes in their pursuit of a monster far more dangerous and intelligent than any of them had anticipated…
Mimic by Daniel Cole is published in the UK by Trapeze and scheduled for release on July 15th, 2021 in ebook and August 19th, 2021 in hardback.
I am a big fan of Cole’s Ragdoll trilogy, well, the two books that I have read (Ragdoll and Hangman). I’m yet to read Endgame, the third and final book, but I do have a copy waiting patiently to be read and I’m sure (every reader’s promise to themselves) that will have read it before Mimic is released. 😉 Cole has an addictive way of writing, his books blend together exquisite banter, dialogue that shines, humour (many laugh-out-loud moments are included) and thriller (darkness galore) and are highly entertaining. Mimic is a stand-alone and I’m expecting it to be another entertaining mix of darkness, mystery and laughter by Cole.
About Daniel Cole.
Daniel Cole (@DanielColeBooks) is the Sunday Times bestselling author of the Ragdoll trilogy, which has now been published in over thirty countries. A TV adaption is currently in the works and his fourth novel is due to be published late-summer 2021. He has worked as a paramedic, an animal protection officer, and with the beach lifeguards, but for the past five years has been describing himself on paperwork as a ‘full-time writer’.
He lives on the south coast of England and divides his time between the beach and the forest.
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