Mimic (Hardback)
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Hardback 368 Pages / Published: 19/08/2021
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THE STANDALONE THRILLER FROM THE MILLION-COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF RAGDOLL - SOON TO BE A MAJOR TV SERIES

'Clever, original and gripping' Rachel Abbott

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1989
DS Benjamin Chambers and DC Adam Winter are on the trail of a twisted serial killer with a passion for recreating the world's greatest works of art through the bodies of his victims. But after Chambers almost loses his life, the case goes cold - their killer lying dormant, his collection unfinished.

1996
Jordan Marshall has excelled within the Metropolitan Police Service, fuelled by a loss that defined her teenage years. Obsessed, she manages to obtain new evidence, convincing both Chambers and Winter to revisit the case. However, their resurrected investigation brings about a fresh reign of terror, the team treading a fine line between police officers and vigilantes in their pursuit of a monster far more dangerous and intelligent than any of them had anticipated...


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Praise for Daniel Cole:

'A brilliant, breathless thriller' M.J. Arlidge

'Superb thriller writing' Peter Robinson

'A star is born. Killer plot. Killer pace' Simon Toyne

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781409198000
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 580 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 42 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Clever, original and gripping. Once again, Daniel Cole has excelled himself with some of the most original murders I have ever encountered! Throw in a clever use of black humour, and Mimic will both enthral and entertain any lover of dark thrillers * Rachel Abbott *
Engaging characters and an inventively twisted killer. Races to a breathless conclusion * Simon Beckett *
The constant churn of serial killer novels can sometimes make you feel they are a sub-genre written largely by rote. Every so often though a writer comes along to remind you that they can force us to look at dark things we'd rather ignore. Daniel Cole is just such a writer; long may he go on making our flesh crawl. * ShotsMag *

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“Creative, dark, gritty and humorous”

After his enthralling Ragdoll series, I was intrigued to see what Daniel Cole would come up with next. Mimic has the same dark tone and I still absolutely love Daniel Cole’s sardonic black humour which shines... More

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“New departures for Daniel Cole”

The return of Daniel Cole is something to be welcomed and whilst we have lost the characters we grew to love in the Ragdoll trilogy we have here another twisted tale from the author..

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“Loved it”

I have been a fan of Daniel’s work ever since I had the good fortune to pick up a copy of his debut novel ‘Ragdoll’ a couple of years ago. Since then I have read and loved the other books that he has written. I read... More

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