Nadine Matheson was born and raised in Deptford (one of the murders in The Jigsaw Man takes place five minutes from her front door) and is a criminal solicitor. Nadine is also a winner of the City University Crime Writing competition and you can follow her on Twitter @nadinematheson. The Jigsaw Man is her debut novel.
Nadine Matheson recommends
The Colours of Death (2021)
(Inspector Isabel Reis, book 1)
"This is crime fiction with a twist. Detective Inspector Reis is in pursuit of a killer. Nothing new there, but the murders take place in an alternative Lisbon, Portugal where the population is split into gifted or non-gifted and Inspector Reis is registered as gifted due to her being a telepath. This was a gripping and highly invented thrill ride. I can't wait for more."
Next of Kin (2021)
"An enthralling, heartbreaking and thrilling courtroom drama that had me shouting out loud and gripped until the last page."
Do No Harm (2022)
"Had me on the edge of my seat . . . Do No Harm is brilliantly thrilling."
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