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Jacob's Ladder [BOOKS] ⚣ Jacob's Ladder ⚡ Tim Ellis – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A serial killer returns to butcher a fourth family and carve a symbol into the flesh of a little girl s forehead Ex Detective Inspector Cole Randall is released from Springfield Asylum after a year of A serial killer returns to butcher a fourth family and carve a symbol into the flesh of a little girl s forehead Ex Detective Inspector Cole Randall is released from Springfield Asylum after a year of being committed indefinitely for killing the previous three families including his own Now he s operating outside the law and he s out for revenge, then he plans to join his wife and children Randall s ex partner Detective Inspector Molly Stone has been given the case, but she only has seven days to solve the riddle of the symbols and how a renowned international financier can be in two places at the same time She knows Randall is now a civilian and wants revenge, but she also knows she needs his help, and she agrees to an unorthodox partnership As they hunt a serial killer, Randall looks for redemption, but finds love and Molly searches for love, but finds terror.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 406 pages
  • Jacob's Ladder
  • Tim Ellis
  • English
  • 06 August 2019

About the Author: Tim Ellis

Tim Ellis was born in the bowels of Hammersmith Hospital, London, on a dark and stormy night, and now lives in Cheshire with his wife and one ShihTzu In between, he joined the Royal Army Medical Corps at eighteen and completed twenty two years service, leaving in having achieved the rank of Warrant Officer Class Regimental Sergeant Major Since then, he settled in Essex, and worked in secondary education as a senior financial manager, in higher education as an associate lecturer tutor at Lincoln and Anglia Ruskin Universities, and as a consultant for the National College of School Leadership His final job, before retiring to write fiction full time in , was as Head and teacher of Behavioural Sciences Psychology Sociology in a secondary school He has a PhD and an MBA in Educational Management, and an MA in Education.



10 thoughts on “Jacob's Ladder

  1. Dave Wateridge Dave Wateridge says:

    This is the second Tim Ellis book I have read.The first A Life For A Life suffered from numerous mistakes, character names changing and locations mentioned before being discovered being the most obvious, but on the whole you felt there was possibly a good story in there somewhere.As one of the leading characters was rather annoying in that series of books I thought I would try a book from a different series but although the lead players are far less annoying this is far from being a good book This is the second Tim Ellis book I have read.The first A Life For A Life suffered from numerous mistakes, character names changing and locations mentioned before being discovered being the most obvious, but on the whole you felt there was possibly a good story in there somewhere.As one of the leading characters was rather annoying in that series of books I thought I would try a book from a different series but although the lead players are far less annoying this is far from being a good book.For one thing TOO much detail If the lead is having a full English breakfast fine but not sure the exact number of eggs and bacon really adds to the story Must also point out that, as in his previous book, it seems even the most overweight, unhygienic and least attractive male lead always seems to have gorgeous young women throwing themselves at him, if only life was like that On the subject of women not sure it s really a requirement to state in detail the size and shape of their breasts at every meeting Must also be a genetic thing as the good people have perfect breasts the bad people don t SPOILER For me the worst part is that the murderer is far too obvious, as soon as the character arrives you think it s him I was hoping it was a red herring but no.In summary I still think Tim Ellis has potential, he just needs a good proof reader and editor he will listen to Until then, even with the books as cheap as they are, I don t think I will bother with another

  2. John John says:

    This is a non stop, suspend your disbelief, serial killer, police procedural, crime thriller, which is difficult to put down and very enjoyable, but is not a work of art in any way I was sufficiently caught up to buy the next book in the series, but not yet convinced that I want to follow this prolific author any further yet.

  3. Jack Jack says:

    DI Molly Stone is looking for a killer who she thought was already locked up But the killing goes on At the same time she is trying to come to terms with her family history and get a social life An intriguing crime thriller.

  4. david carlile david carlile says:

    ExcellentA brilliant read a real page turner I definitely recommend everyone that love a good crime story can t wait to read the next book

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