Voodoo Doll (Detective Jill Jackson, #2)

Voodoo Doll (Detective Jill Jackson, #2) A year since the death of the man who abducted her, Sergeant Jill Jackson has been promoted and is stronger than she s been in years But with the promotion comes a transfer to a taskforce targeting gang related home invasions in south western Sydney, a new partner, a whole new team to work with, and some of the grisliest cases Jill s ever encountered.The gang is believed to be responsible for at least five brutal home invasions over the past two months, with the most recent culminating in a vicious machete attack that has left one of the victims crippled.When the violence escalates to murder, suddenly Jill and the team find themselves hunting a psychopath, and delving into the pasts of victims and witnesses in a race against time to uncover what links them to the killer.The thrilling follow up to her bestselling debut, Vodka Doesn t Freeze, Voodoo Doll will have you double checking the locks on your doors. Read Voodoo Doll (Detective Jill Jackson, #2) – tbjewellers.co.uk

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Author Leah Giarratano Æ Voodoo Doll (Detective Jill Jackson, #2)  ï womens É Book – tbjewellers.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 306 pages
  • Voodoo Doll (Detective Jill Jackson, #2)
  • Leah Giarratano
  • English
  • 10 July 2019
  • 1863256148

10 thoughts on “Voodoo Doll (Detective Jill Jackson, #2)

  1. says:

    Very enjoyable book A bit cringe worthy in places but definitely worth the read Loved the mention of areas that I ve been to, and knew quite well, so it was easy to visualize where events were taking place I think I ll have to read V...

  2. says:

    Another book to lose sleep over Literally Stayed up all night reading, in the dark, alone, a little frightened, heart racing Ahhh the simple joys in life.

  3. says:

    After the events in Vodka Doesn t Freeze and her part in bringing down the pedophile ring, Jill Jackson is promoted and that leads to her being invited to work on a task force based out of Liverpool in south western Sydney A fish out of water, far from her comfort base of Maroubra on the other side of Sydney, Jill also has to meet a whole group of new colleagues and also adjust to having a new partner Her old partner Scotty she d come to trust but Jill doesn t trust people easily and she s After the events in Vodka Doesn t Freeze and her part in bringing down the pedophile ring, Jill Jackson is promoted and that leads to her being invited to work on a task force based out of Liverpool in south western Sydney A fish out of water, far from her comfort base of Maroubra on the other side of Sydney, Jill also has to meet a whole group of new colleagues and also adjust to having a new partner Her old partner Scotty she d come to trust but Jill doesn t trust people easily and she s feeling the strain of having to meet and become involved with new people.The task force has been established to apprehend a gang who are subjecting Sydney to home invasions, each onevicious and violent than the last Originally victims were tied up and guarded whilst other members looted the house, then victims were subjected to bashings and cuttings The last h...

  4. says:

    The crimes in the novel were vicious and the main perpetrator not only vicious but completely insane It was gruesome and the author successfully illustrated this through her writing Although the ending was not completely unexpected it was still exciting.

  5. says:

    I preferred Leah Giarratano s first novel, but this was still good It s great to reading a book set in the area you know So used to American settings that you get used to not knowing the references, so enjoyed it all thejust because it was set in Sydney Australia

  6. says:

    Took me a bit to get into but got hooked after a bit I enjoyed the style of writing really got what the characters were thinking feeling.

  7. says:

    Synopsis Sergeant Jill Jackson has been promoted and is stronger than she s ever been But with the promotion comes a transfer to a taskforce targeting gang related home invasions in south western Sydney, a new partner, a whole new team to work with, and some of the grisliest cases Jill s ever encountered.The gang is believed to be responsible for at least five brutal home invasions over the past two months, with the most recent culminating in a vicious machete attack that has left one of the Synopsis Sergeant Jill Jackson has been promoted and is stronger than she s ever been But with the promotion comes a transfer to a taskforce targeting gang related home invasions in south western Sydney, a new partner, a whole new team to work with, and some of the grisliest cases Jill s ever encountered.The gang is believed to be responsible for at least five brutal home invasions over the past two months, with the most recent culminating in a vicious machete attack that has left one of the victims crippled.Review VOODOO DOLL is the second book featuring Jill Jackson the first, VODKA DOESN T FREEZE is a ...

  8. says:

    In Voodoo Doll , Jill has been promoted and subsequently transferred and is partnered with Gabriel to solve a string of home invasions Apart from catching the perpetrators, she finds herself attracted to Gabriel and thinking of Scott.The author did a good job in writing about the villain, Henry He was evidently a very disturbing person, one who gets off on violence and lacks empathy There s plenty of background given on him, involving his grandfather and this helps in understanding what made In Voodoo Doll , Jill has been promoted and subsequently transferred and is partnered with Gabriel to solve a string of home invasions Apart from catching the perpetrators, she finds herself attracted to Gabriel and thinking of Scott.The author did a good job in writing about the villain, Henry He was evidently a very disturbing person, one who gets off on violence and lacks empathy There s plenty of background given on him, involving his grandfather and this helps in understanding what made Henry the ruthless killer that he became However, the old story about Fuzzy was repeated a couple of times throughout the book and that was completely unnecessary I also found it ridiculous that one of the victims, Joss who knew Henry and vice versa had his life spared What s the logic in that It makes sense to eliminate witnesses, evenso if they know your identity and you know that they know That nonsensical aspect sort of cheapened the pro...

  9. says:

    I met the author at a talk earlier in the year I had my books ready to sign, we talked about the grisly nature of this book, she knew I was only just starting to read these types of novels, so she said to me don t read this one home alone in the dark I thought surely it can t be that bad I left this one until now to started reading I sat down, it was night, I had a few lights on, the doors were locked and I started to read I was getting into the book, that type of a read where you just I met the author at a talk earlier in the year I had my books ready to sign, we talked about the grisly nature of this book, she knew I was only just starting to read these types of novels, so she said to me don t read this one home alone in the dark I thought surely it can t be that bad I left this one until now to started reading I sat down, it was night, I had a few lights on, the doors were locked and I started to read I was getting into the book, that type of a read where you just can t turn the pages fast enough I m devouring all the words, and then there is a noise at the front door the dogs run to the door barking, they haven t heard the car pull up, I jump and in walks my husband looks at the freake...

  10. says:

    A while ago I was searching for crime fiction set in Australia when I discovered an author called Leah Giarratano I eagerly downloaded the first book in this series called Vodka Doesn t Freeze and had it read after just a few sittings It was probably one of the strongest and most enjoyable crime fiction debuts I have read After finishing this, book number two in the Jill Jackson series I am kicking myself for not having read it sooner This is crime fiction with a psychological element which A while ago I was searching for crime fiction set in Australia when I discovered an author called Leah Giarratano I eagerly downloaded the first book in this series called Vodka Doesn t Freeze and had it read after just a few sittings It was probably one of the strongest and most enjoyable crime fiction debuts I have read After finishing this, book number two in the Jill Jackson series I am kicking myself for not having read it sooner This is crime fiction with a psychological element which for me is the absolute best kind Leah has created one hell of a character in Jill Jackson and I think she s great She is written excellently and believably which makes the book so much better than if she was just another bland detective that any old autho...

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