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10 thoughts on “The Helper (Callum Doyle, #2)

  1. says:

    What I love about the Callum Doyle series is that all the books can easily be read as stand alone s I should know as I have read them all out of sequence by starting with Cry Baby which is the fourth in the series to reading the first, third and then this one So as you can see, totally out of sequence, which really isn t like me at all but luckily it didn t matter that they weren t read in or...


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    An anonymous caller is willing to give you clues that will help you solve a series of murders.But there s a catch You can t tell anyone about the help you re getting.What do you do If you turn the offer down, you will have nothing to go on, andpeople could die But if you accept it, and fail to interpret the clues correctly, they will still die, and you will have concealed information that could have stopped a killer.Such is the dilemma faced by New York detective Callum Doyle.The decisio An anonymous caller is willing to give you clues that will help you solve a series of murders.But there s a catch You can t tell anyone about the help you re getting.What do you do If you turn the offer down, you will have nothing to go on, andpeople could die But if you accept it, and fail to interpret the clues correctly, they will still die, and you will have concealed information that could have stopped a killer.Such is the dilemma faced by New York detective Callum Doyle.The decision he takes will have consequences that will haunt him for the rest of his life.My Thoughts Lets starts with I loved it You want a bitthan that Ok.You would think with how well written this book is, that David Jackson is ...


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    Read the full review at or on Instagram RainbowReviewsKCGut Instinct Rating 5Story Line 5Writing Style 4.5Characters 5Excitement Factor 4.5Believability for type and topics 4Similarity to other books 4Cover art 4Title Relevance 5Goodreads users gave this book a 4.22 I think it wasdeserving of a 4.56.Emoji Meter Read the full review at or on Instagram RainbowReviewsKCGut Instinct Rating 5Story Line 5Writing Sty...


  4. says:

    Completely mind blown by what happened what the hell with the ending


  5. says:

    Det Callum Doyle gets pulled into a murder investigation when he realises the number left written on a victim s arm is his phone number He then starts receiving calls from a stranger who provides him with vital clues as to the identity of the next victim Doyle hates playing along, but wants a chance to save a life However, there appears to be no link between any of the victims and he feels like he s playing with people s lives.Yes This is what a serial killer thriller should be I keep gett Det Callum Doyle gets pulled into a m...


  6. says:

    AwesomeAnother great read by Jackson Not sure how I felt about the final page but a great read nonetheless Onto the next.


  7. says:

    Another excellent book by David Jackson, clever plotting and a good couple of twists at the end.However, the I wasn t convinced by the final outcome unless it wasn t really as it seems


  8. says:

    Withtwists and turns than snakes on a Waltzer, this is the compelling and equally well crafted follow up to Jackson s astonishing debut Pariah Once again featuring Detective Callum Doyle what starts out with a seemingly unprovoked attack on a mousy bookshop employee escalates into a great serial killer thriller As the killer s murder rate escalates with varying methods of despatching his hapless victims, what appears to be a fairly random series of murders escalates into the very real Withtwists and turns than snakes on a Waltzer, this is the compelling and equally well crafted follow up to Jackson s a...


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    It seems lately that I have moved from reading one genre for a while to reading and reuniting myself with another that I hadn t touched in such an influx as I have lately, that genre is the mystery serial killer books and of course, thegruesome the better Me and my psychotic mind haha.When a murder takes place in a bookstore in America of a women named Cindy , Detective Callum Doyle hence the St Patrick s Irish theme is put on the case and he takes a look but nothing seems out of ordin It seems lately that I have moved from reading one genre for a while to reading and reuniting myself with another that I hadn t touched in such an influx as I have lately, that genre is the mystery serial killer books and of course, thegruesome the better Me and my psychotic mind haha.When a murder takes place in a bookstore in America of a women named Cindy , Detective Callum Doyle hence the St Patrick s Irish theme is put on the case and he takes a look but nothing seems out of ordinary until he looks at the phone number written on the deceased s arm...


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    I read the Pariah and I expected the same level of action packed story in this book, and I wasn t disappointed The story line was intriguing but what really rooted me to the book was the protagonist Callum Doyle is such a compelling character His anti hero sentiment and bad ass attitude can either turn people off or pull them in In my case, I love it right down to his devil may care attitude.While this book is not a page turner some parts were a bit slow but necessary to link the plots toge I read the Pariah and I expected the same level of action packed story in this book, and I wasn t disappointed The story line was intriguing but what really rooted me to the book was the protagonist Callum Doyle is such a compelling character His anti hero sentiment and bad ass attitude can either turn people off or pull them in In my case, I love it right down to his devil may care attitude.While this book is not a page turner some parts were a bit slow but necessary to link the plots together , it does grab your attention with every murder that occurs It s like watching CSI but through a book Right until the very end, I somehow got the real perpetrator wrong Although it was a surprise to me, the twist in the plot, at the same time it was obvious, if you were an observant reader Which I am not since I focused too much on Callum.The author, David Jackson has a way in presenting the murders that took place and sometimes I think they are a bit gruesom...


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