The thrilling follow-up to her bestselling debut, Vodka Doesn't Freeze, Voodoo Doll will have you double checking the locks on your doors.
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I find it difficult sometimes to put my finger on the difference between a good book and a great one. But whatever that intangible thing might be, this book is well and truly in the second category. Read the full review of Bernadette at Reactions to Reading, 4 February 2009
… Leah Giarratano brings a wealth of professional experience to her art. ...Giarratano's second thriller is a page-turner, noteworthy for its expert characterisation and often chilling psychological veracity.
Cameron Woodhead, The Age, 12 July 2008
The descriptions to which this author treats us are tummy turning, at best, but what a powerful writer! …There is no denying that Giarratano’s strengths are in the crafting of her characters. No cardboard cutouts are these, but beautifully constructed and wonderfully fleshed out, as readers of Giarratano’s first novel have come to expect.
Denise Pickles, Mary Martin Bookshop, 16 June 2008
... an excellent follow-up to Giarratano’s debut novel Vodka Doesn’t Freeze …would appeal to anyone who likes their crime a little on the dark side.
Australian Bookseller & Publisher, June 2008
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.
This book contains 35 chapters and 320 pages. First published by Random House Australia in July 2008, this edition was published in 2009. Book size is 130 x 200 mm (Paperback). The subject is Crime Fiction.
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Voodoo Doll by Leah Giarratano, ISBN 978-1-86325-589-9 (Softcover). A limited number of signed copies are available at Talomin Books.
- Author: Dr Leah Giarratano B.A. (Hons.), M.Psych., D.Psych.
- Product Code: 9
- Availability: In Stock
- $AUD 19.95