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Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: The Doll Maker by Claire Highton-Stevenson

The Doll Maker: A Detective Sophie Whitton Story

"I liked this one. Pretty intense scenes. Enjoyed the plot and how the author weaves her twisted tale. Hope to read more like this from this author."

"Diaglogue is especially crisp, and the characters make up for it being somewhat predictable thriller. Didn't stop me from loving it thogh."


A body turns up in a field. She’s blonde, another victim. DI Sophie Whitton knows it's him – The man the press has dubbed: The Doll Maker. Whitton and her team must act fast if they are to stop anyone else falling victim to The Doll Maker. With an innate need to seek the truth and find justice for the dead, DI Whitton risks losing it all, including her long-term relationship with live-in lover, Yvonne, as she strives to find a killer, and maybe even herself along the way.

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