The Hangman Murders

The Hangman Murders This first crime novel written by Alan Fisher is not a story of brutal murders and mutilated bodies His gentle story is of a puzzle where readers are asked to look at the evidence shared throughout th

  • Title: The Hangman Murders
  • Author: Alan Fisher
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This first crime novel written by Alan Fisher is not a story of brutal murders and mutilated bodies His gentle story is of a puzzle where readers are asked to look at the evidence shared throughout the book and find the killer before their identity is revealed June 2014 Oliver Cole graduates from Hendon Police College as a Detective Constable and heads off to his cThis first crime novel written by Alan Fisher is not a story of brutal murders and mutilated bodies His gentle story is of a puzzle where readers are asked to look at the evidence shared throughout the book and find the killer before their identity is revealed June 2014 Oliver Cole graduates from Hendon Police College as a Detective Constable and heads off to his choice of posting to Northumbria Police in the North East of England Cole is a shy but highly regarded new recruit with a talent for puzzle solving from his first day he comes under the instructional wing of long serving Detective Chief Inspector Jack Collier and his education really begins Within weeks the body of a young girl is found neatly laid out on a gravestone in a local churchyard with an unusual addition of a noose around her neck Cole is instructed to work with DCI Collier to find the killer but soon another body is found in identical circumstances and a picture begins to unfold of a serial killer.

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    265 thoughts on “The Hangman Murders”

    1. I agree with other reviews that there is certainly some awkward moments in this book especially in regard to dialogue. It made me wonder about the editor and if she might have been off sick when this book came in. Having said that, I feel this author has a future in crime writing. I was engaged with the story. The characters are yet to be fully exposed but the basics for this writer to mature. The story will improve greatly when all the characters stop being so polite and speaking like they are [...]


    2. More pleaseSuch an excellent book I couldn't put it down. It had me gripped from the beginning with its great characters and a storyline that is like a who done it. This is 1 book I would definitely recommend and I'm eagerly awaiting the next


    3. Interesting puzzle police proceduralThis is apparently a first novel, and is not a bad effort. DC Oliver Cole is a bit like the young Morse in the ENDEAVOUR television series but not as sure of his conclusions. After graduating at the head of his class at Hendon Police College, he asked to be assigned to Northumberland so that he could work with a DCI Jack Collier who has a reputation for clearing cases.His classmates wanted postings to the Met or some other big force and tease him that he will [...]


    4. This book does have some problems with grammatical mistakes and awkward dialogue, but I rather enjoyed reading a book from the point of view of a detective constable rather than the higher-ups on the police team.


    5. Really good bookIf you like a good police procedure . This book is for you. I just had to keep reading unable to put this book down. Very believable caricatures and well written.


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