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By BillRogers | Comments: ( 789 ) | Date: ( Jun 06, 2020 )

A violent attacker is on the loose His calling card a tattoo on his victims skin With no witnesses and no evidence left at the crime scenes, it will take all of the National Crime Agency s resources to track him down.At the head of the investigation, codenamed Operation Juniper, Senior Investigator Joanne Stuart knows that the clock is ticking The time between abductiA violent attacker is on the loose His calling card a tattoo on his victims skin With no witnesses and no evidence left at the crime scenes, it will take all of the National Crime Agency s resources to track him down.At the head of the investigation, codenamed Operation Juniper, Senior Investigator Joanne Stuart knows that the clock is ticking The time between abductions is decreasing and the perpetrator grows ever brazen She fears it won t be long before his assaults turn deadly.As the hunt closes in, Jo s already troubled personal life is put under further pressure With danger closer than she thinks, just how far will Jo go to solve the case and at what cost


  • Title: The Falcon Tattoo
  • Author: BillRogers
  • ISBN: 9781503941151
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback

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The Falcon Tattoo The National Crime Agency by Bill The Falcon Tattoo It was slow to take off but then became riveting The chapters were of the right length and led seamlessly onto the next theme There was a slight tinge of office politics which made it that little interesting This is the first Bill Rogers book Ive read, but it wont be the last Well done sir The Falcon Tattoo The National Crime Agency Series, Book The Falcon Tattoo by Bill Rogers In this, the second book in the National Crime Agency Series, by Bill Rogers Senior Investigator Joanne Stuart is in a race against time to apprehend a vicious attacker The time between abductions is shortening as Jo and her team try to find the perpetrator whose identifying mark is a tattoo on his victim s skin. The Falcon Tattoo The National Crime Agency The Falcon Tattoo by Bill Rogers In this, the second book in the National Crime Agency Series, by Bill Rogers Senior Investigator Joanne Stuart is in a race against time to apprehend a vicious attacker The time between abductions is shortening as Jo and her team try to find the perpetrator whose identifying mark is a tattoo on his victim s skin. What Does Falcon Tattoo Mean Represent Symbolism Peregrine Falcon Of all falcon tattoos, you will probably notice one of the most well known species tattooed This is the Peregrine Falcon This majestic bird is one of the largest falcons of its species They have long pointed wings and a long tail as well The Peregrine Falcon usually eats other birds and they are not picky when they hunt. Falcon Tattoos With Majestic Meanings TattoosWin Falcon Tattoo Designs, Ideas Design Trends Premium The Cleansing


Comments The Falcon Tattoo

  • Elaine Tomasso

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Thomas & Mercer for an advance copy of The Falcon Tattoo, the second Manchester based novel to feature The National Crime Agency and Senior Investigator Joanne Stuart.The police forces of North West England have belatedly realised that they have a serial rapist on their patch and SI Joanne Stuart of the National Crime Agency is named SIO (Senior Investigating Officer). The rapist is clever and seems experienced as he drugs his victims and leaves no evidenc [...]


  • Clare O'Beara

    I found this a good if gritty read, showing us a side of Manchester that the police find all too familiar. A violent attacker has been drugging and raping girl students, even those who are being careful about their drinking, if any student in a group pub crawl can be said to do this. The female DI was introduced in a previous book which I had not read. Joanne Stuart is openly gay but I was surprised that nobody passes comment; maybe it's now just accepted in the police force. She is determined t [...]


  • Dave

    Thank you to author Bill Rogers and publisher Thomas & Mercer for this Kindle copy of The Falcon Tattoo. Also, thank you to for hosting this opportunity through the First Reads program.A really nice read. First off, I don't recall any editing issues! So, so nice to see, especially in electronic form. Beyond that, the only thing I felt out of place was in the conversations of the various professionals. Clearly it was done with the reader in mind, but most people in the business take the time [...]


  • Shay Williams

    This the second book in the National Crime Agency series and the readers are able to learn more about their favorite characters in the NCA. Who knew just what Ram's opinions on marriage? And of course, we get to learn more about Jo and her relationship issues as well as her past.This book was a wild ride from the very first when the NCA is invited in to assist the local officers in tracking down a serial rapist who likes to tattoo his victims. It appears that he is always at least one step in fr [...]


  • SMThairs

    Well paced, exciting story. Great amount of detail of police procedures which make it seem more realistic. The characters are a bit two dimensional but amidst the pace of the story it doesn't detract. My only criticism is that, like the first book it is all about the hunt which leaves me feeling they end abruptly. In Book I for eg, the main perpetrator isn't caught. I though we might get a follow up - but no.


  • Breia

    This is a great series and I look forward to more. Unfortunately his other series is not as appealing to me to or I'd have jumped right in.My reading time has greatly diminished and its really pissing me off. The boyfriend wants to do stuff together while all I want is me time. His daughter wants us to do crafts instead of my nap/read afternoon combos. I am losing myself.


  • Lee Parker

    I received a copy of this for free through First ReadsThis was a really enjoyable novel. I usually have a hard time with British novels as I don't always understand the slang. But this one was very well written and I had no problems at all. Jo is a fantastic character whom I'd love to read more of.


  • Nathan Hill

    ExcellentThe second book was as good as the first one. The characters came to life and it was fast paced and interesting to read from the beginning to the end. I am now going to start on the third book


  • Peter Bennett

    Couldn,t put it down.Well paced well researched, seemed very realistic to me. Found the characters a bit two dimensional. Perhaps they will appear more rounded when I read it again, which I will.


  • susan abson

    Excellent climax to a great storyI thoroughly enjoyed this book. The ending was all a reader could ask for. Fast paced and exciting. This story cements jo Stuart as a favourite detective.


  • pe allen

    GrippingAnother fantastic book from Mr Rogers. Full of twist and turns. Looking forward to the follow up novel and where Jo is going.


  • Sarah

    Really enjoyed this one, better than the first in the series I think


  • Heath Henwood

    The Falcon TattooBy Bill RogersPeople often pick up a book, judging it by the cover. Please don't judge this book by its cover, because it is so much better than that.The Falcon Tattoo is the second book featuring SI Joanne Stuart, an investigator on secondment to the Behavioural Sciences Unit at the British National Crime Agency.The book is well written, with several potential suspects to keep the tension in place to the climax. The characters are well developmental, with no need to have read t [...]


  • Kath

    This is the second in this author's new series and, although the story is self contained within this book, to get the best from the characters, especially in terms of development and backstory you would be best reading book one first.So, the NCA is up again, this time investigating a series of nasty rape abductions targeting university students. They come into the investigation late as the perpetrator is plying his "trade" across multiple forces. Leaving no evidence apart from his "calling card" [...]


  • Ashley

    I won this book in a Giveaway last year. That however did not affect my review or rating of this novel. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was a little skeptical at first, but this turned out to be a well paced entertaining book. I hadn't read the first in this series before reading this, which I don't feel was a major hindrance. I would hope the first book fleshes out some of these characters a bit more as I could not picture many of them. I did get a general feel for them/their personalities i [...]


  • Robin Hershman

    FalcomTattooI received this book as a giveaway winner. Starts out slow, but picks up towards the middle. Ending keeps you on the edge of your seat.


  • Heather

    ***I won this book through the Giveaway program. This has not influence my review***I did not read book one of this series, so I was wondering if I would be able to follow the main character and her motivation. The author does a great job of defining her, what drives her, and I suppose what happened in book one (definitely piqued my interest to read it). Jo is a strong female character that has overcome adversity while doing her job. We don't learn too much about her life growing up, but we get [...]


  • Neil Mullins

    Good follow onI liked this second book. The development of the character's in the team I enjoyed, and the story developed well. The only gripe was the sudden ending I thought that it might have been a bit more in depth. Having said that I really enjoyed the book and will have to get the next in the series.


  • Elaine

    I won a Kindle copy of The Falcon Tattoo from a Giveaway.I didn't read the first book in the series but this book does well as a standalone.Detective Jo Stuart and her team are called to investigate a serial rapist, who drugs his victims and leaves them inebriated but alive. When a victim dies from a random car accident, Stuart and her team are forced to step up their efforts in finding the rapist before he strikes again.The writing is good, the characters are nothing to write home about, I nei [...]


  • Donna

    3.5 stars. Five students at five different British universities have been raped. Senior investigator Joanne "Jo" Stuart of the National Crime Agency leads a unit assigned to investigate the crimes. The rapist likes a specific type of girl -- short and blonde. Somehow he slips GHB into their drinks, catches them alone, and carries them off for a few hours. He brings them back to a highway or neighborhood afterward but Jo figures he's working his way up to murder. He also leaves a temporary tattoo [...]


  • Kathleen Gray

    Pretty darn good procedural with a strong character in Jo Stuart. You will like this if you enjoy British novels with twisty plots. Agree with other reviewers that the crime statistics are a bit much but if that makes people more aware, then it's a good thing. Thanks to netgalley for the ARC. This can easily be read as a standalone but now I'm looking out for the next one from Rogers.


  • Andrew

    Having recently read 'The Pick,The Spade and The Crow' which was the first book in The National Crime Agency Series, by Bill Rogers, I am keen to read this second offering.Well, the story didn't disappoint. This was the second outing for detective Joanne Stuart, as the senior investigator.I felt that the story was fast paced. Having read the first book, there seemed to be more about the case and less scene-setting about the NCA team.On this basis, if you can, I would recommend reading 'The Pick, [...]


  • E

    The protagonist of this book is Senior Investigator Joanne (Jo) Stuart, a member of the National Crime Agency, Behavioral Science Unit. Her mission in life is to rid the streets of predators that enjoy feasting on innocent prey. Her latest case involves seven rape victims, all young blond petite females. Jo and her team have narrowed down the suspects to six men. Identifying the real predator takes investigative skill, technology, experience and some damn good luck. The story is laced with drama [...]


  • The Book Guzzler

    This is the follow up to The Pick, The Spade and The Crow. We rejoin Joanne Stuart and team on the trail of a serial rapist who is targeting the many students in the north west, at Universities and Colleges in the area. The girls are drugged and abducted in a busy bar or club, and dumped the day after in a remote location around the north west, with no memory of how they got there. The only clue the rapist leaves, is a tattoo of a bird on the girls, and Joanne and her team are at a loss as to ho [...]


  • Jennifer

    The second is as good as the firstAnother great mystery! jo is a complex character that is continually conflicted between work and personal life. She doesn't make all the right decisions or has "it all" which makes her very relatable. The other characters are richly written without overwhelming. The mystery is fast paced and not easily solved.I won this book on a giveaway.


  • Sally

    I didn't particularly care for the start of this book but once I'd got into it I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's the second book in the series and is an improvement on the first one. The main character, Investigator Jo Stuart is somehow easier to empathise with in this book and as she investigates the abduction, rapes and then abandonment in an isolated setting of young University students the reader is drawn it to the story. The book gathers pace as it goes along and becomes really difficult to put [...]


  • Joan Mitchell

    An exciting jaw clenching mystery. A serial rapist is on the move and the National Crime Agency of England is on his trail. From the hard hitting lead investigator to to the lowest technician, this group of police give their all to catch the unsub. I recommend this book to those who like crime and detective stories. I received this book from for free.


  • Gillian

    ReviewAs with all of Bill Roger's previous books, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is a well written, well thought out crime mystery. I do hope that there will be another book with SI Joanne Stuart out soon, but please do include DCI Tom Canton as I do miss his character. Highly recommended for anyone who enjoys British Police mysteries.


  • CAROL GODLINGTON

    Good readI Read this book because l like the author , l wasn't disappointed l read it in a couple of days because l only put it down when l had to. The last few chapters where particular my gripping


  • KathleenKnight

    Gripping storyI have read all of Bill Rogers books , they get better and better . This is one of those books that draws you in slowly but by half way through you cannot put it down . loved it .


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