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Ex-FBI profiler, Jefferson Winter is in Berlin, hunting down a serial killer who terrorizes his victims by bringing them face to face with their greatest fears. So far, three women have been abducted and murdered. Physically they are unharmed, but psychologically it's a different story.
A DVD that shows the women being tortured has been left at each of the crime scenes, a detail that echoes a killer who operated in Berlin five years earlier, one the media nicknamed Warhol because of the 15 minute long films he left with his victims.
Warhol was never caught.
He killed five young women then suddenly stopped. But Winter knows that serial killers don't just stop. The police think they are dealing with a copycat killer, but what if the real Warhol is behind the latest killings?
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April 24, 2017
Hooked right off the bat!
Jefferson Winter: former FBI, now crosses the globe hunting serial killers using all his highly-honed skills and expertise. A tragic past lent itself to his career in the FBI profiling serial killers. While I would like to explain that tragic event, I think it best to dis...
April 03, 2017
This is the first I have read of the Jefferson Winter series, and I found it an excellent read. It works fine as a standalone. Winter is a serial killer specialist and he has personal experience of the phenomena. His father was a serial killer, neither he nor him mother had a clue although it cha...
January 07, 2018
The Quiet Man- Jefferson Winter # 4- by James Carol is a 2017 Faber & Faber publication.
Solid thriller- but a little too restrained.
This set-up is unique- a serial killer’s modus operandi involves attaching an explosive device to his victims, then rigs it to go off when someone, preferably a...
August 01, 2017
I've read and enjoyed the previous Jefferson Winter books. Although this is a series, the books work well as stand alones. Winter is the son of a serial killer, former FBI agent, and now a globe-trotting private consultant. I was set to give this three stars because I couldn't understand how Wint...
March 22, 2017
This series has taken a big step forward with this instalment. Like Robert Hunter in the Chris Carter series, Jackson Winter is a bit of a bloody know it all. Both characters seem all surface; intelligent and effective at catching serial killers, but just a bit too perfect to be real....
April 30, 2017
I’m a fan of the Jefferson Winter series – The Quiet Man is basically just another brilliantly addictive fast paced thriller that is just gripping right from the very first moments.
Jefferson Winter as a character is completely fascinating, son of a serial killer, former FBI agent who now freelanc...
May 26, 2017
James Carol is the creator of Jefferson Winter, a former FBI profiler who travels the world hunting serial criminals. The Quiet Man certainly is tense and quite frightening.
If Laura Anderson and Jefferson Winter know where the next murder is going to take place then they just might be able to am...
April 27, 2017
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I can’t tell you how excited I was when I was offered the chance to review an early ARC of The Quiet Man by James Carol, I’m a huge fan of the Jefferson Winter series so I was desperate to start reading and see if it met my expectations....
January 07, 2018
The Quiet Man is the fourth book in the Jefferson Winter's series. I don't think it is essential to have read the others in the series but I think you will kick yourself for missing out on some great reads if you don't go back and read them.
Jefferson is such an interesting character, his father w...
May 07, 2017
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After all is said and done, it almost always turns out to be the quiet one, doesn't it? The one who blends in without effort, but who is always there to see and hear everything. He may be shy, he may be charming, but underneath the feigned no...