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Detective Anjelica Henley confronts a series of ritualistic murders in this heart-pounding thriller about race, power and the corrupt institutions that threaten us When Detective Anjelica Henley is called to investigate the murder of a popular preacher in his own church, she discovers a second victim, tortured and tied to a bed in an upstairs room. He is alive, but barely, Detective Anjelica Henley confronts a series of ritualistic murders in this heart-pounding thriller about race, power and the corrupt institutions that threaten us When Detective Anjelica Henley is called to investigate the murder of a popular preacher in his own church, she discovers a second victim, tortured and tied to a bed in an upstairs room. He is alive, but barely, and his body shows signs of a dark religious ritual. With a revolving list of suspects and the media spotlight firmly on her, Henley is left with more questions than answers as she attempts to untangle both crimes. But when another body appears, the case takes on a new urgency. Unless she can apprehend the killer, the next victim may just be Henley herself. Drawing on her experiences as a criminal attorney, Nadine Matheson deftly explores issues of race, class and justice through an action-packed story that will hold you captive until the last terrifying page.


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Detective Anjelica Henley confronts a series of ritualistic murders in this heart-pounding thriller about race, power and the corrupt institutions that threaten us When Detective Anjelica Henley is called to investigate the murder of a popular preacher in his own church, she discovers a second victim, tortured and tied to a bed in an upstairs room. He is alive, but barely, Detective Anjelica Henley confronts a series of ritualistic murders in this heart-pounding thriller about race, power and the corrupt institutions that threaten us When Detective Anjelica Henley is called to investigate the murder of a popular preacher in his own church, she discovers a second victim, tortured and tied to a bed in an upstairs room. He is alive, but barely, and his body shows signs of a dark religious ritual. With a revolving list of suspects and the media spotlight firmly on her, Henley is left with more questions than answers as she attempts to untangle both crimes. But when another body appears, the case takes on a new urgency. Unless she can apprehend the killer, the next victim may just be Henley herself. Drawing on her experiences as a criminal attorney, Nadine Matheson deftly explores issues of race, class and justice through an action-packed story that will hold you captive until the last terrifying page.

30 review for The Binding Room

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Humphrey

    Now THIS is how you write an engaging police procedural! I'll admit that I was nervous glancing at the 500+ page count before diving in, but I enjoyed The Jigsaw Man enough to give the sequel a try, and by the end of the book I felt like I wasn't ready for it to be over. If that doesn't scream 5 stars, then I don't know what does. The book picks up in the weeks following the conclusion of Jigsaw Man, and Anj and her team are feeling the remnants of trauma caused by Olivier, while also needing to Now THIS is how you write an engaging police procedural! I'll admit that I was nervous glancing at the 500+ page count before diving in, but I enjoyed The Jigsaw Man enough to give the sequel a try, and by the end of the book I felt like I wasn't ready for it to be over. If that doesn't scream 5 stars, then I don't know what does. The book picks up in the weeks following the conclusion of Jigsaw Man, and Anj and her team are feeling the remnants of trauma caused by Olivier, while also needing to dive headfirst into a new case that is both gruesome and disturbing. I'm not one to get squeamish while reading these types of books, but I definitely felt like the author did a fine job of including just the right amount of gore to hook the reader into feeling both sorrow for the victims and anger toward the monsters responsible. Also? I didn't guess a single one of the twists, not one. While this can be read as a standalone, I think it was more meaningful knowing the characters ahead of time to feel connected to their personal life plot threads. I'm still thinking about this book days after finishing and know it will be in my top ten reads for 2022! *Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ceecee

    4+ stars Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley #2 of the Serial Crime Unit, London Met. Uliana Piontek discovers Pastor Caleb Annan, a Pentecostal Christian, dead at his church in Deptford. It’s a brutal and frenzied killing which feels personal and a further utterly horrifying discovery shocks Anjelica and her team to the core. First of all, in this case I think more would be gained from this book if the first in the series has been read as Angelica carries issues from it that are included here. T 4+ stars Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley #2 of the Serial Crime Unit, London Met. Uliana Piontek discovers Pastor Caleb Annan, a Pentecostal Christian, dead at his church in Deptford. It’s a brutal and frenzied killing which feels personal and a further utterly horrifying discovery shocks Anjelica and her team to the core. First of all, in this case I think more would be gained from this book if the first in the series has been read as Angelica carries issues from it that are included here. This is a dark, dark chilling read and gripping from the start. There are so many strange things that make no sense, some off notes that floor the team. This includes some characters attitudes which do not chime with the disturbing events. As the novel progresses it becomes more gruesome with some parts that make you shudder, so if you like your crime thrillers with an edge then look no further. There are many shocking plot twists that send shivers reverberating up and down the spine. The team are excellent, the author has created some sharply drawn and believable characters who are likeable and who you become invested in. Henley is terrific, she’s gutsy, intelligent, hard-working and her bond with her team is great and which shines through the great banter which feels authentic. She is flawed, has her issues, she is still in a hard place but is clawing her way back. The tension between herself and DSU Stephen Pellacia is palpable and conversely the growing trust and bond with DC Ramouter is excellent. There is a good balance between the investigation and the personal which allows you to understand what makes these characters tick. The novel deals with some pertinent issues such as racism with Angelica and Ramouter experiencing it firsthand. There is political pressure in the form of MP Laura Halifax and I can see where Henley is coming from in her opinions with that one! The more controversial side of certain religious beliefs is an important strand as is mental illness. All are dealt with well in this complex plot which has a dramatic and very satisfying end. Overall, this is a very well written and fast paced crime thriller which is compelling reading. With thanks to NetGalley and especially to HQ for the much appreciated arc in return for an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    Firstly I would like to Thank Netgalley and HQ for a copy of this book and to the author Nadine Matheson. This is the second book in the series,my rating is 3.5 star rating rounded it up to four. I did enjoy this read, for me it was lacking the intensity and gruesome and gory details.The first book The jigsaw man was fantastic read, and the characters come alive In this book.DI Anjelica Henley and Salim Ramouter and the team investigate a murder of a pastor in a church,And she discovers another v Firstly I would like to Thank Netgalley and HQ for a copy of this book and to the author Nadine Matheson. This is the second book in the series,my rating is 3.5 star rating rounded it up to four. I did enjoy this read, for me it was lacking the intensity and gruesome and gory details.The first book The jigsaw man was fantastic read, and the characters come alive In this book.DI Anjelica Henley and Salim Ramouter and the team investigate a murder of a pastor in a church,And she discovers another victim in another room who is barely alive.The pastor stabbed multiple times.and the other victim tortured.will they find the killer? It's best to read the first book to get to know the characters looking forward to the next instalment..highly recommend.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chris C - A Midlife Wife

    Addicting story filled with seriously gruesome crimes and some twisted people. But engrossing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think I have pretty thick skin. I have been through a lot of stuff and usually, it takes a lot to make me flinch. Let me just say, this author made me flinch…. multiple times! Wow I also have to say when I closed this book, I told my hubby that this author has some twisted thoughts in her head! LOL-But oh, what a storyteller she is! The Binding Room deals with deep dark levels of extre Addicting story filled with seriously gruesome crimes and some twisted people. But engrossing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think I have pretty thick skin. I have been through a lot of stuff and usually, it takes a lot to make me flinch. Let me just say, this author made me flinch…. multiple times! Wow I also have to say when I closed this book, I told my hubby that this author has some twisted thoughts in her head! LOL-But oh, what a storyteller she is! The Binding Room deals with deep dark levels of extremists in a Christian church. If you can get past the prologue you may have a chance to experience it. This book truly is an experience you will not forget. It is an addicting story filled with seriously gruesome crimes and some twisted people. It is completely engrossing and warped. The character development is amazing. The plot and craftsmanship of the writing are superb. The fact that I did not read book one was of minimal consequence. Mostly we miss personal issues and another gruesome crime, but in terms of the overall plot, this was easy to follow. If you are a crime junky with a taste for the extreme, this is a must-read for you. The whole book is a trigger warning! Why 4 stars from me? Because I am a wimp and could not handle some of the extreme descriptions of the crimes. I would classify this in the horror genre, personally. * copy received for review consideration * full review - https://amidlifewife.com/the-binding-...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mandy White (mandylovestoread)

    After reading The Jigsaw Man I was looking forward to reading more about these characters. In The Binding Room, we learn a lot more about them, their struggles and their pasts. It is another dark and gruesome police procedural, from Nadine Matheson and certainly kept me intrigued. This is a long book, at over 500 hundred pages. Long books don’t bother me in the slightest but I know that some people don’t like them. It was perhaps a little long, and I did work out one of the endings quite early in After reading The Jigsaw Man I was looking forward to reading more about these characters. In The Binding Room, we learn a lot more about them, their struggles and their pasts. It is another dark and gruesome police procedural, from Nadine Matheson and certainly kept me intrigued. This is a long book, at over 500 hundred pages. Long books don’t bother me in the slightest but I know that some people don’t like them. It was perhaps a little long, and I did work out one of the endings quite early in. That is not to say that I didn’t enjoy it, but it wasn’t as shocking as The Jigsaw Man for me. The team are called to a church, where a pastor has been murdered. Whilst looking around the scene, they discover a man, bound and tortured, in a hidden room. Are the 2 things linked? Who is this man? Who would kill a pastor? at here are a lot of questions in this case, and they only get more as they start the investigation. This books has a lot of dark and disturbing scenes, and it will not be for everyone. There are some themes that will not be comfortable for a lot of people as well. I don’t want to say too much so as not to spoilt it, but be warned. Thanks to HQ and NetGalley for my advanced copy of this book to read

  6. 4 out of 5

    Gary

    This is the 2nd book in the Inspector Anjelica Henley series by Nadine Matheson. I had not read the previous book but it worked well as a stand alone anyway. Inspector Anjelica Henley is visiting a church but not to pray but to investigate the death of local pastor. The pastor was stabbed 48 times and Henley is quick to investigate the crime scene. She discovers a hidden door that conceals a room set up for torture, bound to the bed in the middle of the room is the body of a man. Shortly afterwar This is the 2nd book in the Inspector Anjelica Henley series by Nadine Matheson. I had not read the previous book but it worked well as a stand alone anyway. Inspector Anjelica Henley is visiting a church but not to pray but to investigate the death of local pastor. The pastor was stabbed 48 times and Henley is quick to investigate the crime scene. She discovers a hidden door that conceals a room set up for torture, bound to the bed in the middle of the room is the body of a man. Shortly afterwards another body is discovered, again tortured and it becomes obvious that someone is torturing innocent people and leaving them for dead. There is no obvious connection to the victims other than the ‘Modus Operandi’ but they have been targeted and Henley must solve this case quickly to avoid further deaths. This book is well written with good characters that I am sure will grow on me the more I read this series. I would like to thank both Netgalley and HQ for supplying a copy of this book in return for an honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Louise Wilson

    Inspector Anjelica Henley #2 When Detective Anjelica Henley is called to investigate the murder of a popular preacher in his own church, she discovers a second victim, tortured and tied to a bed in an upstairs room. He is alive, but barely, and his body shows signs of a dark religious ritual. With a revolving list of suspects and the media spotlight firmly on her, Henley is left with more questions than answers as she attempts to unravel both crimes. But when another body appears, the case takes Inspector Anjelica Henley #2 When Detective Anjelica Henley is called to investigate the murder of a popular preacher in his own church, she discovers a second victim, tortured and tied to a bed in an upstairs room. He is alive, but barely, and his body shows signs of a dark religious ritual. With a revolving list of suspects and the media spotlight firmly on her, Henley is left with more questions than answers as she attempts to unravel both crimes. But when another body appears, the case takes on a new urgency, The next victim might be Henley herself. I wasn't sure what to expect with this book. but I was instantly gripped by this descriptively written book with great attention to detail. Some of the murders are quite graphic, so not an advisable read for the faint hearted. Henley and her team are back investigating this new murder case, and Henley is battling her own personal issues. It shows us how disturbing and cruel a fragile mind can be. With lots of great twists, I was kept guessing all the way to the end. I can't wait to read what the third book has in store for us. I would like to thank #NetGalley #HQ and the author #NadineMatheson for my ARC of #TheBindingRoon in exchange for an honest review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    "Avonna

    Check out all my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com THE BINDING ROOM (An Inspector Anjelica Henley Thriller Book #2) by Nadine Matheson is an intense and gritty British police procedural thriller. This is the second instalment in this series and can be read as a thriller standalone, but there are major character relationships that are better understood if you read The Jigsaw Man, Book #1 first. Detective Anjelica Henley and her team are back and still dealing with the trauma of their la Check out all my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com THE BINDING ROOM (An Inspector Anjelica Henley Thriller Book #2) by Nadine Matheson is an intense and gritty British police procedural thriller. This is the second instalment in this series and can be read as a thriller standalone, but there are major character relationships that are better understood if you read The Jigsaw Man, Book #1 first. Detective Anjelica Henley and her team are back and still dealing with the trauma of their last case as they are pulled into another difficult investigation. Henley is called to a scene of a brutal stabbing of a popular preacher in his own church and as they search the church discover another apparently tortured body barely alive, tied to a bed in a hidden room. Henley and her team work both cases even as politics, secrets and lies make the team feel like they are getting nowhere fast. More bodies are discovered with the same terrible injuries and the female victim shows signs of having given birth. Both investigations have crossover suspects, but the clues lead to different motives. Henley must move quickly to stop more tortured murder victims. I am happy to announce there was no sophomore slump with this addition to the series. Henley is still having problems emotionally from their last case and the loss of her mother. Her marriage is still in flux, and I still do not know how that will turn out in future books. Her entire team has become more fully fleshed and I care for them all with all their quirks and differences. This book does have several very dark and graphically disturbing scenes, but it is about sadistic torture murders and Ms. Matheson’s first book was the same, so I was expecting it. The investigative plot was well paced with several twists throughout that keeps you reading with a major twist right before the end. I highly recommend this thriller and I am looking forward to many more in this series!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kori Potenzone

    When Nadine Matheson releases a Sophomore novel, you do not walk, you run to buy the book! After reading The JigSaw Man, I knew that I was locked in and I would forever be a fan of Nadine Matheson. When I saw The Binding Room, pop up on Netgalley, I knew that I did not even need to read the synopsis to know that I wanted it. The Binding Room is part of the Inspector Anjelica Henley series (Book #2). This book can be read as a standalone, however, I would not recommend it. The JigSaw Man laid so When Nadine Matheson releases a Sophomore novel, you do not walk, you run to buy the book! After reading The JigSaw Man, I knew that I was locked in and I would forever be a fan of Nadine Matheson. When I saw The Binding Room, pop up on Netgalley, I knew that I did not even need to read the synopsis to know that I wanted it. The Binding Room is part of the Inspector Anjelica Henley series (Book #2). This book can be read as a standalone, however, I would not recommend it. The JigSaw Man laid so much foundation, I promise you, you do not want to miss out on it anyway. The binding room is an intense thriller with a side of police procedural. Typically I avoid police procedurals but recently I have enjoyed them especially if they are well written. The Binding Room, clearly became one of my favorite books of the year. The writing style is addicting and done with precision. The twist was executed perfectly and my attention was never lost from start to finish. I can not wait to see what book 3 holds as book 2 definitely outdid itself! Congratulation to Nadine Matheson on her Sophomore novel, you knocked this one out of the park!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Peggy

    After reading her first book The Jigsaw Man a terrifying five star read,I could not wait to start reading The Binding Room. WOW WHAT A READ!!!! Gritty, graphic and full of blood soaked crimes. A story that had me gripped, sat on the edge of my seat and tapping my kindle like a demented wood pecker. So many heart in your mouth moments. An original plot and great storytelling. Her first book The Jigsaw Man blew me away but the Binding Room is on another level. I can't wait to read what this author After reading her first book The Jigsaw Man a terrifying five star read,I could not wait to start reading The Binding Room. WOW WHAT A READ!!!! Gritty, graphic and full of blood soaked crimes. A story that had me gripped, sat on the edge of my seat and tapping my kindle like a demented wood pecker. So many heart in your mouth moments. An original plot and great storytelling. Her first book The Jigsaw Man blew me away but the Binding Room is on another level. I can't wait to read what this author has in store for Henley and her team. Highly highly recommended and definitely not for the squeamish. Loved it!!! Many thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the ARC in return for giving an honest review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    4.5/5 The Binding Room had all the strong and compelling elements I loved in the first book as well as an original new plot. I feel like I’m this book I learned even more about Anjelica but it’s still only the first of many layers to come in the future. It kept me on my toes again as well, I didn’t see anything coming ahead of time and it was so gritty and dark, I was so into it!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Julie Lacey

    This is a great crime thriller. We join DI Anjelica Henley and the team as they are called out when a Pastor is found brutally stabbed to death in his church. It’s a shocking discovery for the cleaner of the church but when Henley takes a look around she finds a young man tied to a bed, barely alive. Henley and the team start to look into the Pastor’s life and discover he had a few secrets and has not been living a pure life. Another dead body is found and it seems there is a baby missing so the This is a great crime thriller. We join DI Anjelica Henley and the team as they are called out when a Pastor is found brutally stabbed to death in his church. It’s a shocking discovery for the cleaner of the church but when Henley takes a look around she finds a young man tied to a bed, barely alive. Henley and the team start to look into the Pastor’s life and discover he had a few secrets and has not been living a pure life. Another dead body is found and it seems there is a baby missing so the pressure is really on the team. Henley tries not to let her personal problems affect her job but it’s getting harder and harder to push them aside. This is a gripping crime thriller. Thanks to HQ and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Richelle Robinson

    Thank you Hanover Square Press for my review copy. While reading this book I just knew I had it all figured out and Nadine Matheson politely humbled me. 😩 Both of my theories were dead wrong. All of the people on my suspect list were innocent. 🥴 I didn’t anticipate any of the twists and they legit had me gasping. The thriller/mystery/suspense genre has been EXTREMELY hit or miss from this year and this book is a MUST read! Definitely making it on my favorite reads list for 2022! Also I’m still T Thank you Hanover Square Press for my review copy. While reading this book I just knew I had it all figured out and Nadine Matheson politely humbled me. 😩 Both of my theories were dead wrong. All of the people on my suspect list were innocent. 🥴 I didn’t anticipate any of the twists and they legit had me gasping. The thriller/mystery/suspense genre has been EXTREMELY hit or miss from this year and this book is a MUST read! Definitely making it on my favorite reads list for 2022! Also I’m still Team P no matter how messy it is!! 🙈

  14. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Marques

    Excellent. Absolutely excellent. As someone who really loved The Jigsaw Man, I was super excited to get my hands on The Binding Room. It did not disappoint, and I loved it as much as The Jigsaw Man—actually, I think I loved it more. Coming back to Henley and the SCU team felt like coming back to old friends and one of the things that really, really make this book for me, is the SCU team and their ease with each other. You got to know each character a little more, go in a further layer down and it Excellent. Absolutely excellent. As someone who really loved The Jigsaw Man, I was super excited to get my hands on The Binding Room. It did not disappoint, and I loved it as much as The Jigsaw Man—actually, I think I loved it more. Coming back to Henley and the SCU team felt like coming back to old friends and one of the things that really, really make this book for me, is the SCU team and their ease with each other. You got to know each character a little more, go in a further layer down and it was brilliant. I gained a real affection for all of them. Henley remains an amazing character, so, so layered and so conflicted and I really felt protective of her in this novel. The tension created by the choices she’s made in her personal life and how it impacts her is fantastic, it sucks you right in. As for the investigation itself—what a rollercoaster! I can’t say much without giving it away and I refuse to ruin it for anyone about to read it. It was brilliant and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough because I just needed to know who did it! Really just such a fantastic, fast paced and really satisfying read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Maggie

    Wow, this was a wild ride! I loved the first book, I couldn’t delve into this one fast enough. Henley is one of my favorite detectives, and I need more from this series! This is about a murdered pastor and some darker things happening in a church. Henley is dealing with past trauma, a difficult marriage, and taking on a case from a different unit. Her partner is also dealing with some tough choices, having to decide between work and family. While trying to find who killed the pastor and who this Wow, this was a wild ride! I loved the first book, I couldn’t delve into this one fast enough. Henley is one of my favorite detectives, and I need more from this series! This is about a murdered pastor and some darker things happening in a church. Henley is dealing with past trauma, a difficult marriage, and taking on a case from a different unit. Her partner is also dealing with some tough choices, having to decide between work and family. While trying to find who killed the pastor and who this person they found almost dead in the church, it starts to get more dark and complicated. This was impossible to put down, with so many twists and turns. I loved this book just as much as the first. Henley is human and flawed. This book deals with a plethora of dark subject matter, but it’s impossible to stop reading. I need the next one already. Thank you NetGalley and harlequin for the digital review copy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Robin Loves Reading

    A popular preacher is found dead in his church with dozens of stab wounds. However, he is not the only victim. As Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley and her team are going through the church looking for whatever clues they can find, she stumbles upon a second victim. Shockingly, despite many apparent injuries, he is still alive. It becomes very clear early on that this second victim is part of some strange and dark religious ritual. The deeper the investigation gets, it is apparent that there ar A popular preacher is found dead in his church with dozens of stab wounds. However, he is not the only victim. As Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley and her team are going through the church looking for whatever clues they can find, she stumbles upon a second victim. Shockingly, despite many apparent injuries, he is still alive. It becomes very clear early on that this second victim is part of some strange and dark religious ritual. The deeper the investigation gets, it is apparent that there are no shortage of suspects. In fact, this preacher, as charismatic as he was, was not a beacon of faith and hope as he pertained to be. It becomes more than clear that his death is something that more than one person would’ve wanted. And, as if the investigation itself is not enough to warrant all of her time, Anjelica has other battles. Pressured by the media to find the killer of the pastor, as well as a moral and personal dilemma she is facing, she is literally burning the candle at both ends. One thing that makes her job even harder is that racial tensions are ever present in this particular case and that affects whether or not justice will be served. This racism impacts not only Anjelica, but her partner Ramouter as well. Meanwhile, as if solving both of the crimes in front of her are not enough, there is yet a third murder and they discover that there is a missing baby. Anjelica truly is in a race against time to find this baby alive all while she is trying to discover what was really going on in this pastor’s life and in his church. The Binding Room is the thrilling second book in the Inspector Anjelica Henley series, and follows the equally thrilling The Jigsaw Man. That book introduced Anjelica to readers and also put the fabulous author Nadine Matheson on my radar. The way that this book is written it could do well as a standalone, but since it follows the first book, with reference to the killer in that book and how it affected all of the police that were involved, I highly recommend reading these books in order. Another reason that I recommend this is because of the continuity that comes with the relationship Anjelica has with her team and also with the situation in her marriage. This book is long. In fact, I was able to get this from my library as an audiobook which was 17 hours long. With excellent narration, this exciting story never lost a beat. The drama, intrigue, and intense scenes continue at a rapid pace from beginning to end. I do have to mention that this book has some grisly scenes and may not be for the weak of heart. The author’s experience as a criminal defense attorney lends to her expertise regarding the crimes and the solving of these crimes in this book. I do love that this book makes the characters real to the readers and the conclusion dangled just enough bait to make me more than eager for book three in the series. Many thanks to Hanover Square Press and to NetGalley for this ARC for review. This is my honest opinion. Please enjoy my YouTube video review - https://youtu.be/pTs6FEamdm8

  17. 5 out of 5

    Laurie • The Baking Bookworm

    After reading and loving Matheson's debut The Jigsaw Man last year (a book I continue to recommend to my library customers), I was more than a little excited to receive an advanced copy of The Binding Room, the second book in her Anjelica Henley series. This sequel begins in the aftermath of The Jigsaw Man as readers witness the impact and trauma Henley and her team continue to feel after the last case. Henley's team is soon dispatched to a new crime scene with a murder and a gruesome discovery a After reading and loving Matheson's debut The Jigsaw Man last year (a book I continue to recommend to my library customers), I was more than a little excited to receive an advanced copy of The Binding Room, the second book in her Anjelica Henley series. This sequel begins in the aftermath of The Jigsaw Man as readers witness the impact and trauma Henley and her team continue to feel after the last case. Henley's team is soon dispatched to a new crime scene with a murder and a gruesome discovery and find themselves, once again, in a terrifying game of cat and mouse with a ruthless killer. Matheson, a criminal defense solicitor in London, quickly pulls her readers into this well-paced and completely engaging police procedural. The crime scene descriptions are grisly and not for the squeamish and Matheson excels at building tension and giving readers well-developed and believably flawed characters. By including the complicated home lives of Henley and her team, readers will find themselves invested not only in the resolution of the crime but witnessing how the job impacts the personal lives of the squad. The inclusion of societal issues of racism, mental illness and the more contentious aspects of religion add interest and are incorporated well into the story. These subjects will give book clubs great fodder for discussion. The Binding Room could be read as a standalone, but I'd recommend reading The Jigsaw Man first for a better understanding of the impact that case had on Henley and her team and how that experience has bound this group tightly together. I highly recommend this series for fans of dark and gritty police procedurals who like to get to know the characters behind the police badge. I eagerly look forward to the next book in this series. Disclaimer: My sincere thanks to the publisher Hanover Square Press for my advanced copy of this book which was provided in exchange for my honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ray Palen

    The first novel in the Inspector Anjelica Henley series, THE JIGSAW MAN, was a superiour crime thriller and a serial killer novel that would make readers of Thomas Harris shiver. Now, her follow-up entitled THE BINDING ROOM is an even more complex story where two distinct and different themes are running through a murder mystery that turns into a potential serial murder case. The action opens with a chilling scene where two people, a man and a woman, seem to be struggling with a third person that The first novel in the Inspector Anjelica Henley series, THE JIGSAW MAN, was a superiour crime thriller and a serial killer novel that would make readers of Thomas Harris shiver. Now, her follow-up entitled THE BINDING ROOM is an even more complex story where two distinct and different themes are running through a murder mystery that turns into a potential serial murder case. The action opens with a chilling scene where two people, a man and a woman, seem to be struggling with a third person that they are attempting to tie down and appear to be torturing. At one point one of them states: ‘I told you that he had the devil inside of him.’ This grisly scene will play a big role throughout the case that Inspector Henley and her team will soon be working on, a case none of them has ever seen anything like before. Henley is still in therapy from the aftermath of the prior novel and the trauma, both physical and mental, caused by the serial killer Peter Olivier. The PTSD is so bad she almost doubts that he is dead. She knows she cannot forget what and who she has taken from her in reference to her team at work. She will soon have a new case to help her think about something different when the team gets called to a local, private Church called the Church of Annan the Prophet. It is there where the cleaning lady called in the body she found of Pastor Caleb Silas Annan, lying beneath the altar and stabbed over forty times. That is not the only discovery the police will make. In a room behind a cupboard in the Church building they find a body of young man bound up and apparently tortured to death. They are all amazed to find that the man is somehow clinging to life. He is taken to the hospital where he remains both anonymous and comatose. Henley and her squad now need to figure out what relation the young man had to the murdered Pastor. When Henley and her colleague Ramouter go to inform the Pastor’s wife Serena of his death they are surprised at how little emotion she shows. All she seems to care about is getting his jewelry back and having a press conference to alert their community about his passing. What they do find are a series of texts made to the Pastor obviously after the time of his death that were sent as a ruse to try and mislead the police as to how involved his wife and family might be in the murder. When the medical examiner collects the personal effects from the Pastor she finds that the wedding ring was missing. This makes the team question why someone would take a wedding ring yet leave a 5K watch on his wrist? It definitely shows a more personal touch and certain amount of hatred in whoever his killer was. Before the squad can get in front of this case from a media standpoint, the Pastor’s wife involves a local MP who comes down to the station to make some noise about the murder as well as drop insinuations about it being racially motivated, as the Pastor was black. The MP also mentions that the Pastor had made complaints in the past about being frisked during police stops six times in the past. Meanwhile, Henley herself is heading up the case and she’s black and takes personal afront to this. She also sees it as a smokescreen to hide the Pastor’s somewhat shady past that includes serious allegations of womanizing and even allegations of rape. The team gets a break when a young woman named Amy Whittaker comes in and states that the young man who was found in the Church was her brother, Brandon. They also learn from Amy that her parents are extremely religious and that Brandon had been diagnosed with some issues like anxiety and depression. Feeling he was misdiagnosed and treatment resistant, Brandon’s parents sought out alternative treatments through the Church --- radical ones like exorcism. This all starts to make sense with how they found him --- still, they have no answers since Brandon is non-functioning and Pastor Annan is dead. Henley and her team get word of a potential second victim found dead in her apartment who appeared the same way as Brandon. The same paraphernalia was around her: Bible, holy water, etc.… When they find Alyssa Hadlow she had been dead for several weeks but definitely left in the same way Brandon had been. Meanwhile, the murder case of Pastor Annan that had started with a focus on the cleaner who discovered him, who he had been sleeping with, now had shifted more towards the cold-hearted wife who seems to have known about her husband’s indiscretions. Things mount when a third body is discovered, also dead and in the same religious ritualistic style as both Brandon and Alyssa. Making matters worse, the garage where this third victim was found was being leased to a David Onyeka, one of the names used by Pastor Annan. THE BINDING ROOM is a true page-turner that is not afraid to ‘go there’ and the finale will attempt to tie up all of these seemingly unrelated mysteries together --- but at a price. Nadine Matheson takes on race, religion, hypocrisy, politics, and the balance of all within the modern day police department in such an effortless and compelling manner but still unlike any other crime author I have read recently. This is another top-notch read in what is proving to be a stellar series by an author to watch out for. Reviewed by Ray Palen for Book Reporter

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bookreporter.com Mystery & Thriller

    THE JIGSAW MAN, the opening installment in Nadine Matheson’s Inspector Anjelica Henley series, was a superior thriller and a serial killer novel that would make readers of Thomas Harris shiver. Her follow-up, THE BINDING ROOM, is an even more complex story in which two distinct and different themes are running through a mystery that turns into a potential serial murder investigation. The action opens with a chilling scene in which a man and a woman seem to be struggling with someone they are atte THE JIGSAW MAN, the opening installment in Nadine Matheson’s Inspector Anjelica Henley series, was a superior thriller and a serial killer novel that would make readers of Thomas Harris shiver. Her follow-up, THE BINDING ROOM, is an even more complex story in which two distinct and different themes are running through a mystery that turns into a potential serial murder investigation. The action opens with a chilling scene in which a man and a woman seem to be struggling with someone they are attempting to tie down and appear to be torturing. At one point, one of them states: “I told you that he had the devil inside of him.” This grisly sequence will play a big role throughout the case that Henley and her team will soon be working on --- a case unlike any they have ever been a part of before. Henley is still in therapy from the aftermath of THE JIGSAW MAN and the trauma --- both physical and mental --- caused by serial killer Peter Olivier. The PTSD is so bad that she almost doubts that he’s dead. But Henley receives a much-needed distraction when she and her colleagues are called to the Church of Annan the Prophet. The cleaning lady found the body of Pastor Caleb Silas Annan lying beneath the altar. He had been stabbed over 40 times. In an upstairs room, the police find a young man tortured and tied to a bed. Amazingly he is somehow still clinging to life and is taken to the hospital, where he remains both anonymous and comatose. Henley and her squad now need to figure out if there is a connection between him and the deceased preacher. When Henley and her partner, Salim Ramouter, inform the pastor’s wife of his death, they are surprised by how little emotion she shows. All she seems to care about is getting his jewelry back and having a press conference to alert their community about his passing. When the medical examiner collects the personal effects from Pastor Annan, she finds that his wedding ring is missing. Why would someone take a wedding ring yet leave a $5,000 watch on his wrist? It clearly shows a more personal touch and a certain amount of hatred that the killer felt towards the victim. A young woman named Amy Whittaker informs the police that the man found in the church was her brother, Brandon. He had been struggling with anxiety and depression, but their extremely religious parents felt that he was misdiagnosed and sought out alternative treatments through the church --- radical ones like exorcism. Henley and her team get word of a second potential victim. Alyssa Hadlow is found in her apartment with religious paraphernalia, such as the Bible and holy water, surrounding her. She has been dead for several weeks, but the scene is eerily similar to Brandon’s. The tension mounts even further when a third body is discovered in the same ritualistic style as Brandon and Alyssa. THE BINDING ROOM is a true page-turner that is not afraid to “go there,” and the finale will attempt to tie up all of these seemingly unrelated mysteries --- but at a price. Nadine Matheson takes on race, religion, hypocrisy, politics and the balance of all within the modern-day police department in such an effortless and compelling manner. This is another top-notch read in what is proving to be a stellar series by an author to watch out for. Reviewed by Ray Palen

  20. 5 out of 5

    Paula Phillips

    In this particular book, I went in blind not knowing anything about it. Just that it was a mystery read. The book starts with a punch with the first murder scene happening and beware it was pretty gruesome writing. The Binding Room with all its descriptions of the various dead bodies etc is not a book for the faint-hearted. I admired this book for what it was, it had something for everyone and it didn't feel too busy and overdone. The book featured everything from overt to subtle racism with the In this particular book, I went in blind not knowing anything about it. Just that it was a mystery read. The book starts with a punch with the first murder scene happening and beware it was pretty gruesome writing. The Binding Room with all its descriptions of the various dead bodies etc is not a book for the faint-hearted. I admired this book for what it was, it had something for everyone and it didn't feel too busy and overdone. The book featured everything from overt to subtle racism with the various skin tones and races of the characters, mental health issues as we ranged from Schizophrenia to Bipolar Disease to Alzheimer's, then we had our thriller aspects from murder to torture to kidnapping. The book also held two sides of the coin with religion from the extreme - demon exorcisms and the behind closed doors to the Megachurch and the way it works with an ATM card holder for tithing - no cheapskates here. The book then had issues of sexual abuse, violence, PTSD, and cheating. It was an action-packed thriller that touched on a topic from everyone and it sounds busy, but the way it worked everything slotted in and had its place in the story. I am now looking forward to trying the other books by Nadine Matheson as if they are anything like The Binding Room, then I am in for a treat.

  21. 4 out of 5

    thereadingowlvina (Elvina Ulrich)

    What It's About: The body of a popular preacher is discovered in his church and soon after, a second victim is found tortured and tied to a bed in a room. He is barely alive and his body show signs of a religious ritual. My thoughts: The Jigsaw Man was one of my favourite reads last year and so I was really excited to read the second book in this series! The story begins with an intense scene and the crime was brutal. I loved the suspense and the investigation conducted by Henley. Unfortu What It's About: The body of a popular preacher is discovered in his church and soon after, a second victim is found tortured and tied to a bed in a room. He is barely alive and his body show signs of a religious ritual. My thoughts: The Jigsaw Man was one of my favourite reads last year and so I was really excited to read the second book in this series! The story begins with an intense scene and the crime was brutal. I loved the suspense and the investigation conducted by Henley. Unfortunately, the overall story dragged a lot for me and while I usually do not mind a character driven story, this one fell flat for me. It just wasn't as captivating as The Jigsaw Man and lacked the wow factor. Regardless, I will still read the author's next book as I really like Detective Henley! Pub. Date: July 12th, 2022 ***Thank you Harlequin Trade Publishing, Hanover Square Press and NetGalley for this gifted reading copy. All opinions expressed are my own.***

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    The Binding Room was my number one most anticipated book of 2022 so I was ecstatic to get an advanced digital copy from the publisher! Thank you Hanover Square Press! With that being said, I was almost nervous going into this one, hoping and praying that it would live up to the perfection of Matheson's first book The Jigsaw Man and I am happy to report that it did! It absolutely did! There are so many elements to gush about with this book and this series. First off, it was a delight to get to sp The Binding Room was my number one most anticipated book of 2022 so I was ecstatic to get an advanced digital copy from the publisher! Thank you Hanover Square Press! With that being said, I was almost nervous going into this one, hoping and praying that it would live up to the perfection of Matheson's first book The Jigsaw Man and I am happy to report that it did! It absolutely did! There are so many elements to gush about with this book and this series. First off, it was a delight to get to spend more time with Inspector Henley and her humble and lovable partner Ramouter. Book two gave even more personal story to these two characters and I loved getting that vulnerable side to each of them and I look forward to reading more about them in future book in the series. The plot of The Binding Room left me in awe of Matheson's ability to string together so many loose threads that all add to the plot and the mystery, without any red herrings. Every piece of information has a place somewhere in the mystery. Nothing is left to waste, and I absolutely love that. Nothing annoys me more in a book than to have an author spent copious amounts of time and pages feeding the reader clues that end up having nothing to do with the final outcome. I always feel like I wasted my time with a book like that. The Binding Room obviously does not do that, Matheson is an incredibly talented crime fiction writer and I would compare her mysteries to the Lars Kepler Joona Linna series, in case you need a good reference. This book is a long one, but it is so worth it. I will always read any crime fiction Matheson puts out! I have a feeling she will soon become one of the household names in the genre! **I received a free copy of The Binding Room from the publisher, all opinions are my own**

  23. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    Very entertaining. Nadine Matheson does not disappoint in this book filled with twists and turns. The killers appear innocent and the innocent appear guilty. The action in the final chapters had my heart pounding as I actually felt myself injected into the story. If you like The Jigsaw Man, you will definitely want to read this one.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Crime Fiction Junkie

    Folks, The Binding Room was my most anticipated read of the year and it far exceeded my expectations. Which, I might add, were pretty high given that Nadine Matheson came out with a heart-pounding and jaw-dropping debut just last year with The Jigsaw Man. Matheson is bold and ambitious, and plunks us into the heart of not one Murder investigation, but two, both of which unfold seamlessly. The Binding Room is tautly wound, expertly crafted—as only Matheson could, and is full of suspense and witty Folks, The Binding Room was my most anticipated read of the year and it far exceeded my expectations. Which, I might add, were pretty high given that Nadine Matheson came out with a heart-pounding and jaw-dropping debut just last year with The Jigsaw Man. Matheson is bold and ambitious, and plunks us into the heart of not one Murder investigation, but two, both of which unfold seamlessly. The Binding Room is tautly wound, expertly crafted—as only Matheson could, and is full of suspense and witty dialogue. This novel is epic in scope and Matheson clearly has a knack for crafting multi-layered storylines that ominously draw the reader further into her web of diabolical calamity. Exorcisms and torture, need I say more? The Binding Room is dark and gripping with intricate, vivid, and compelling characters. Matheson outdoes herself deepening the intimacy in which the reader witnesses the personal struggles of both Henley and Ramouter, and digs deep into social issues and the complexities surrounding mental health, racial tensions, and strained relationships between minorities and the police without holding back. Matheson is a writer to watch, and if you’re not already on the DI Henley and Serial Crime Unit (SCU) bandwagon, you’d better fix that! It won’t take you long to become a diehard fan. The Jigsaw Man and The Binding Room will be for fans of crime writers like Lars Kepler, Chris Carter, and J.D. Barker, and of TV shows like Criminal Minds. Oh, and be prepared for a serious hangover after finishing this one. I haven’t found a book yet that’s held my attention like The Binding Room did. I want to say a HUGE thank you to @queennads for ensuring I got an advanced review copy, and for all the extra little touches that you included. I feel so honoured to be apart of promoting this book’s release, and I can’t wait to read everything else you write.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mellisa

    When Anjelica Henley and her team start to investigate a preacher's death, they could never have imagined how many horrors will be unearthed. In one of the rooms in the church, a man is barely clinging to life, tied up and locked away. As Henley and Ramouter and the rest of the team delve further into case, they realise there's more to the case than they could ever have imagined. I actually did a happy dance when I was accepted for this book on NetGalley, I adored The Jigsaw Man! This one is just When Anjelica Henley and her team start to investigate a preacher's death, they could never have imagined how many horrors will be unearthed. In one of the rooms in the church, a man is barely clinging to life, tied up and locked away. As Henley and Ramouter and the rest of the team delve further into case, they realise there's more to the case than they could ever have imagined. I actually did a happy dance when I was accepted for this book on NetGalley, I adored The Jigsaw Man! This one is just as good - if not better! I love Henley and Ramouter's partnership, their bond is absolutely lovely. I can't wait to see the next book in this series, each one has me gripped. I'm extremely invested in the team and want to read more from Nadine immediately. I also need to buy a physical copy of this book to put with The Jigsaw Man - this is definitely a series I'll be keeping!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Miriam Smith (A Mother’s Musings)

    Nadine Matheson is the author of “The Jigsaw Man”, the first in the DI Anjelica Henley books and “The Binding Room” is the second and equally grisly police procedural thriller, in this addictive series. - Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley confronts a series of ritualistic murders in this heart-pounding thriller about race, power and the corrupt institutions that threaten us. Drawing on her experiences as a criminal attorney, Nadine Matheson deftly explores issues of race, class and justice thro Nadine Matheson is the author of “The Jigsaw Man”, the first in the DI Anjelica Henley books and “The Binding Room” is the second and equally grisly police procedural thriller, in this addictive series. - Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley confronts a series of ritualistic murders in this heart-pounding thriller about race, power and the corrupt institutions that threaten us. Drawing on her experiences as a criminal attorney, Nadine Matheson deftly explores issues of race, class and justice through an action-packed story that will hold you captive until the last terrifying page — This book literally has it all, every box is ticked for a fast paced, action filled thriller, featuring gruesome and torturous deaths and killers who have no remorse. I do have a soft spot for books of this genre and for me, the more sadistic and toe curling the better. “The Binding Room” ideally fitted its genre and combined with a cleverly created police procedural, along with very individual and unique characters, this many layered story is engrossing and brilliantly terrifying. Plenty of twists and turns keep you on your toes and the main topic of mental health issues was sympathetically handled and researched. An excellent author and certainly a one to watch, I foresee a lot more from Nadine in the future and some further spine tingling stories. Nadine Matheson was born and lives in London. She began her working life at the BBC and now practices as a criminal defence lawyer. Her crime fiction novel, “The Jigsaw Man”, has been optioned for TV by Monumental Television. #TheBindingRoom - 4 stars Thank you to Alliya and HQ Stories for inviting me on the tour and for my copy of the book in return for an honest review.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dee

    ⭐️ 4.5 ⭐️ The Binding Room is the second book in the DI Henley crime thriller series; it can be read as a standalone but I’d highly recommend reading The Jigsaw Man first to familiarise yourself with the characters and the backstory (it’s also a fabulous read). Matheson’s writing is excellent — it’s fluid, engaging and extremely readable. The characterisation is also superb; DI Anjelica Henley is a likeable, feisty character and I’ve enjoyed watching her personality develop — she’s fast becoming o ⭐️ 4.5 ⭐️ The Binding Room is the second book in the DI Henley crime thriller series; it can be read as a standalone but I’d highly recommend reading The Jigsaw Man first to familiarise yourself with the characters and the backstory (it’s also a fabulous read). Matheson’s writing is excellent — it’s fluid, engaging and extremely readable. The characterisation is also superb; DI Anjelica Henley is a likeable, feisty character and I’ve enjoyed watching her personality develop — she’s fast becoming one of my favourite fictional female detectives. I particularly love the camaraderie Henley shares with her colleagues, their dialogue and banter is always authentic and believable and there’s a real sense of warmth between the team. The Binding Room is nicely paced and skilfully plotted, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing. It’s a gripping, gruesome, dark read and I loved it! Many thanks to the publisher for my copy, in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

  28. 5 out of 5

    michelle Simons

    I found this book utterly brilliant. Tension filled and breath holding, I was reading faster and faster to find out the end result, and I was not disappointed. Loved it.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne (It's All About Books)

    Finished reading: June 23rd 2022 "I haven't got an issue with God holding her. It's the lying to my face that I can't deal with." *** A copy of this book was kindly provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! *** (view spoiler)[ After a solid debut and start of the Inspector Anjelica Henley series last year, I have been looking forward to return for more. I like it when a detective thriller series is able to offer a refreshing angle, and this series seems t Finished reading: June 23rd 2022 "I haven't got an issue with God holding her. It's the lying to my face that I can't deal with." *** A copy of this book was kindly provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! *** (view spoiler)[ After a solid debut and start of the Inspector Anjelica Henley series last year, I have been looking forward to return for more. I like it when a detective thriller series is able to offer a refreshing angle, and this series seems to be doing exactly that with the focus on race and discrimination and a black female detective lead. I fully expected to have an excellent time with this sequel as well, and there were certainly parts of The Binding Room that were very successful, but overall sadly I personally didn't find it to be as strong as her debut. I'll try to explain why below. First of all, I have to say that I can still really appreciate the focus on race and discrimination. I'm all for diversity and in a way it's strange that we don't see a diverse case of detective leads and other supporting characters more often; both in race, nationality and beliefs. I don't think I've encountered a series with a black female detective lead before, and Anjelica Henley is without doubt a fascinating character. The focus on the discrimination the different characters have to face both inside the police and during the investigation is realistically developed and can be a true eye-opener. That said, I do think The Binding Room took things a little too far with too much focus on the racism and discrimination, which can end up having an opposite (and negative) effect. While important, too much of the same angle can get repetitive and it can distract from the original message. Now comes something that is a personal pet peeve: the religious angle. I'm never a fan of religion in a story and while there is no real preaching and it's more of a cult-like religion focus, there was just something about this element that made me enjoy the story less. This has mostly to do with my personal aversion and not with how it was incorporated into the plot though. What I also found highly frustrating was the focus on the cheating element and the love triangle vibes not related to the murder investigation; they distracted from the plot, were in my eyes completely unnecessary and they were one of the main reasons why this sequel didn't work as well for me. It also made me like the main character considerably less... The cast of characters is a diverse and interesting bunch with each of them having their own background, past, issues and secrets. It is highly recommended to read the first book before starting The Binding Room though, because this sequel jumps right in without giving you any pointers on what happened before... And you will be missing out on key background information otherwise. The case itself is fascinating and there are many twists and turns involved as you try to discover the truth behind the Caleb's death as well as the other victims. The twists were quite effective as well, because I never guessed the full truth until it was finally revealed. I do have to say that I think that The Binding Room is way overlong and could have benefitted from eliminating certain elements and sideplots. The pace wasn't always consistent and certain parts started to drag considerably... A more condensed story with a tighter plot would have made a much bigger impact. That said, I know that I'm in the minority and most people do seem to love this sequel a lot more. If you like your detective thrillers with a refreshing angle and don't mind what I've mentioned before in my review, this series might just be a great fit for you. (hide spoiler)] P.S. Find more of my reviews here.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Elliot A

    Thank you to the publisher, Hanover Square Press, and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of The Binding Room in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. The Gist I made a big mistake. I read a sequel before reading the first part in a series. This is partly due because I didn’t do my research properly. And partly because I thought it wouldn’t be such a big deal if I skipped the first book. How wrong I was. It appears that I tend to get rather agitated and annoyed when somethin Thank you to the publisher, Hanover Square Press, and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of The Binding Room in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. The Gist I made a big mistake. I read a sequel before reading the first part in a series. This is partly due because I didn’t do my research properly. And partly because I thought it wouldn’t be such a big deal if I skipped the first book. How wrong I was. It appears that I tend to get rather agitated and annoyed when something doesn’t make sense. Skipping an entire book that introduces characters would cause such a reaction. So, I try to base this review partly on the impression I got based on the writing quality, plot etc. And I hope my clueless bias can keep quiet. The Details The beginning is incredibly strong and had me quite literally sitting on the edge of my seat. For a murder mystery, this one seems a little bit more on the gory side. The descriptions of the torture and crime scene are very detailed and do not leave much to the imagination. Reader, be warned. Those with a weak stomach, brace yourselves. In general, I thought this story would be totally up my alley: we got a gruesome murder, London as the setting, it’s winter - perfect timing for an atmospheric mystery/thriller story - and a strong female lead. Sadly, the setting and surrounding circumstances couldn’t make up for the incredible fast pace that put me off relatively early on in the story. The jumps are quite brutal, combined with the fact that I knew nothing of the main characters made for an exhausting and frustrating read. I wish I could say more about this story, but most of it slip through my grasp because I didn’t read the first book in this series. The Verdict Overall, I wish I had read The Jigsaw Man before The Binding Room to get a better idea of the characters and various small, but very important details.

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