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Poppet

A Jack Caffery Thriller

by Mo Hayder

Poppet
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  • Published in USA  May 2013
    400 pages
    Genre: Thrillers

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Power Reviewer Diane S. (05/03/13)

Poppet
Hayder was her usual brilliant but dark and gritty self and I love McCaffrey and Flea. Part of this story was the continuing story from her last book and part is a new case that takes place in a psychiatric facility. Of course things are never as they seem. I would not recommend trying to eat anything while reading parts of this novel, there is a very graphic section that is quite horrifying. Don't know how she does it again and again, but she never disappoints.

As for poppets, you will have to read this yourself to find out exactly what a poppet is. ARC from publisher.
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