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He looseEverything goes according to procedure when a patient Isaac is released into the community from a high security mental health ward But when the staff realize that he was connected to a series of unexplained episodes of self harm amongst the ward’s patients and further that he was released in error they call on Detective Jack Caffery to investigate and Well I think that s it for meThe Jack Caffrey series has yet to return to the punch in the gut intensity as the first two novels Birdman and The Treatment I may have mentioned in those reviews that the crime fiction genre has become so saturated that it takes something very special to stand out from the rest Those two novels did that in spades In fact they were so disturbing that I was very selective in who I would recommend them to yes I ended a sentence with a preposition Leave me aloneThroughout the rest of the series Jack s personal struggles have since been resolved somewhat and we have been left with a typical crime detective series that unfortunately fails to stand out from the crowd This has caused increasing disappointment for me because that aspect is what has kept me in the series I don t think she plans on ever going back nor do I think there is a reason to at this point And for that reason I m outAlso in this novel she seems to have taken a page from James Patterson s playbook and that is the use of maddeningly short chapters I used to really enjoy this format see Patterson s Kiss the Girls for a harrowing example but in this novel it served to disrupt my reading momentum rather than fuel itDon t get me wrong Mo Hayder has fine writing chops and a deviously clever mind and I wouldn t hesitate recommending her to anyone looking for a good thriller And this is a good thriller setting a backdrop of an institution for the criminally insane that may or may not be hauntedI ll still go back to Ms Hayder she has shown that she can rise above the rest and be special but this series is getting thin for me at least Thanks for the first two brilliant ones though Mo Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers yet to return to the punch in the gut intensity as the first two novels Birdman and The Treatment I may have mentioned in those reviews that the crime fiction genre has become so saturated that it takes something very special to stand out from the rest Those two novels did that in spades In fact they were so disturbing that I was very selective in who I would recommend them to Devoted to Drew yes I ended a sentence with a preposition Leave me aloneThroughout the rest of the series Jack s personal struggles have since been resolved somewhat and we have been left with a typical crime detective series that unfortunately fails to stand out from the crowd This has caused increasing disappointment for me because that aspect is what has kept me in the series I don t think she plans on ever going back nor do I think there is a reason to at this point And for that reason I m outAlso in this novel she seems to have taken a page from James Patterson s playbook and that is the use of maddeningly short chapters I used to really enjoy this format see Patterson s Kiss the Girls for a harrowing example but in this novel it served to disrupt my reading momentum rather than fuel itDon t get me wrong Mo Hayder has fine writing chops and a deviously clever mind and I wouldn t hesitate recommending her to anyone looking for a good thriller And this is a good thriller setting a backdrop of an institution for the criminally insane that may or may not be hauntedI ll still go back to Ms Hayder she has shown that she can rise above the rest and be special but this series is getting thin for me at least Thanks for the first two brilliant ones though Mo

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Poppet By Mo Hayder

Mo Hayder has for years been a master of chilling seamlessly plotted thrillers that keep the reader glued to the page long after lights out and fresh off of winning the Edgar Award for Best Novel for Gone Hayder is at the top of her game Her latest novel Poppet is Hayder at her most terrifying a gripping novel about the search for a dangerous mental patient on t ETA As a fan of Mo Hayder in general The Treatment is my favorite by her and really really great I am always excited to see another installment in her Jack Caffery series This one has been a bit of a disappointment though the narrative felt a bit disjointed and even though it moved along uickly with short chapters at times seemed vague and rushed I found there wasn t much of a mystery to begin with the resolution was rather na vesimplisticweak and Flea s storyline felt like shoehorned into a story that didn t have enough room for her The same goes for Jack in a way who appears as a secondary character without much to do and comes off as uninteresting and bland I can t believe what I am saying lol Also and it pains me to say it I am getting rather bored with Jack and Flea s relationship the I read the annoying she s becoming All in all I am left with the feeling that this novel would have worked much better as a standalone Oooooh I had no idea that Mo is releasing another Jack Caffery novel in 2013 This is very exciting

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To track Isaac down before he can kill again Will the terrifying little effigies Isaac made explain the incidents around the ward or provide the clue Caffery needs to predict what he's got plannedMo Hayder is renowned for conjuring nightmares that sink under the skin and in Poppet she has delivered a taut unbearably suspenseful novel that will not let readers go You don t know what it s like not to have a body to bury Something is scaring the staff and patients of Beechway High Secure Unit in the West Country There is talk of The Maude a dwarfish creature who sits on chests whispering poison into vulnerable ears and hearts Is The Maude responsible for several deaths and self maimings or is such behavior to be expected in a place that houses the dangerously insane AJ head psychiatric nurse wonders if the mischief might be human in origin He can t help but wonder why the power seems to fail every time there s an incident meaning nothing ever gets captured on CCTV Despite the misgivings of his new girlfriend Melanie he contacts DI Jack Caffrey with his fears When Isaac Handel is released into the community supposedly rehabilitated after brutally killing both his parents a few years before and when he vanishes shortly afterwards tension rises Jack meanwhile is still preoccupied by Misty Kitson the supermodel who disappeared after wandering out of a rehab clinic just over a year ago Jack unfortunately for him knows exactly what happened to Misty it s just one dark secret he s forced to carry I love Mo Hayder s books especially her recent stories in which she appears to be deliberately toning down and even avoiding the brutally shocking scenes that marked her early work These days she seems to be aiming for suspense rather than a gore fest and to my mind her books are all the stronger for it I love the fact that her plots are refreshingly original and endlessly interesting I love her sparkling vivid characters Flea Marley the tortured dive sergeant is a particular favourite of mine but Jack is as brooding and sexy as ever in this I love the Gothic atmosphere that washes over so much of her writing like a dank mist I particularly loved the poppets in this one spooky little voodoo dolls of stolen clothes and body parts I m not a great fan of classic crime novels of the standard police procedurals To be honest I find them rather dull So thank goodness for writers like Hayder who can make them shine albeit with a rather dark and sinister gleam I was given a copy of Poppet by my editor who is also Mo s


10 thoughts on “Poppet By Mo Hayder

  1. says:

    ETA As a fan of Mo Hayder in general The Treatment is my favorite by her and really really great I am always excited to see another installment in her Jack Caffery series This one has been a bit of a disappointment though; the narrative felt a bit disjointed and even though it moved along uickly with short chapters at times seemed vague and rushed I found there wasn’t much of a mystery to begin with the resolution was rather naïvesimp

  2. says:

    The cover of this book is creepy but the book really isn't There is a nasty character that is revealed at the end There are some really nice pleasant kind characters that might be too lovable Then there's Jack and Flea sorting things out making progress actually talking to each other FinallyThe chapters are short in this book and it was easy to tell myself one chapter one OK one Something that irked me was the use or overuse of t

  3. says:

    Ever since the publicaton of Birdman still in the top 10 list of my favourite crime reads ever I always await the next Mo Hayder title with bated breath Poppet is the latest in the the DI Jack Caffrey series and fear not if you have not dipped into these before as there is a cogent covering of back story for the new reader In thi

  4. says:

    uite frankly Mo Hayder scares the bejesus out of me The first page of her latest book Poppet grabbed me and just never let

  5. says:

    Well I think that's it for meThe Jack Caffrey series has yet to return to the punch in the gut intensity as the first two novels Birdman and The Treatment I may have mentioned in those reviews that the crime fiction genre has become so saturated that it takes something very special to stand out from the rest Those two novels did tha

  6. says:

    It was good but not as good as I predicted whoopsie Oh well so far I have rated 4 out of 6 with a 5 star so can't be that sad about it I hope

  7. says:

    You don't know what it's like not to have a body to bury' Something is scaring the staff and patients of Beechway High Secure Unit in the West

  8. says:

    Six installments into the Jack Caffery seriesand I'm plenty hooked but unsure if it's a guilty pleasure or genuinely a good read As always the back story between Jack and MisPer diver Flea Marley is by far compelling than the main story in this case centering onr a young adult man in a mental hospital accused of killing

  9. says:

    For the first time since being on Goodreads I wish we had a half star This book is probably of a 35 rating than 3 but no where near

  10. says:

    There's a palpable sense that this is the book Mo Hayder has been building to with her Jack Caffery series It's at once darker and creepier than the rest of the series but it ends on two notes of ineffable beauty and optim

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