Ragdoll

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War Hero
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This competition is for one of three copies of this debut novel Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. It is a tense psychological crime thriller where the killer gives a list of victims to the media with the date they are to be killed. The author, Daniel Cole, said he based this partly on 24, the TV programme with Jack Bauer played by Keilfer Sutherland so it should be a fast paced book.

There are three copies available as prizes and the competition will run until some time on Sunday 19th March.

The entry can be accessed here - Ragdoll entry form


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The review should be up soon, I hope.
 

Sumo

War Hero
#4
Init it took ages and 2 recounts, from a map for the last one, you could have said they have sold some? a newer map would have helped?
 

dhobyitch

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Init it took ages and 2 recounts, from a map for the last one, you could have said they have sold some? a newer map would have helped?
At the rate they are closing Police Stations, the total will be irrelevant by the time the competition ends. :)
 

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War Hero
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#8
And the winners are: Ta Dah:

@Notachance
@copepod
@bamboozler

An awful lot got the reporting question incorrect with many thinking that the Commissioner has no reporting line to the Queen - Wrong! The person he/she does not have reporting line to is the Prime Minister as he/she goes to the Home Secretary. I love it when a plan comes together!

Answers to all the questions are:

Q1: The fictional character Jack Bauer was a Captain in the US Army

Q2. As said above the person not having a reporting line to/from the Commissioner is the Prime Minister

Q3. Must debate amongst the old plod ion this one but the number of London police stations, according to the highly accurate Wikipedia is 140.
 

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