Could they possibly still be alive?
For days on end she waits, and when he returns she must endure his wants, his moods, his threats. But enough is enough. She will find out the truth, no matter the cost to her husband—or to herself Book 4. In , Nete Hermansen plans revenge on those who abused her—especially Curt Wad, a surgeon who was part of a movement to sterilize wayward girls in the s.
Sifting through the evidence, they inch closer to Curt Wad, who is still committed to his twisted beliefs, and whose treatment of Nete only hints at his capacity for evil. Book 6.
Carl is dismissive when he realizes that a new case is being foisted on him, but a few hours later, he receives some shocking news that leaves his headstrong assistant Rose more furious than usual. Carl has no choice but to lead Department Q into the tragic cold case of a vivacious seventeen-year-old girl who vanished from school, only to be found dead hanging high up in a tree.
The investigation will take them from the remote island of Bornholm to a strange sun-worshipping cult, where Carl, Assad, Rose, and newcomer Gordon attempt to stop a string of new murders and a skilled manipulator who refuses to let anything—or anyone—get in the way. The Scarred Woman.
Book 7. In a Copenhagen park the body of an elderly woman is discovered. The case bears a striking resemblance to another unsolved homicide investigation from over a decade ago, but the connection between the two victims confounds the police. Across town a group of young women are being hunted. The attacks seem random, but could these brutal acts of violence be related?
Solving the case, however, is not their only concern. After an earlier breakdown, their colleague Rose is still struggling to deal with the reemergence of her past—a past in which a terrible crime may have been committed. More in suspense.
Conor Fitzgerald. Commissario Alec Blume, on leave for health problems, fleeing his partner Caterina and their newborn daughter, retreats to a villa somewhere in central Italy, where he enrolls in a natural remedies class conducted by a young woman named Silvana. Then a Romanian girl who works in Niki's nightclub comes to Blume and asks for his help in finding her disappeared friend, Alina.
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And Blume, isolated and sick, unadvisedly delves into the dark histories of the people around him. The Lost Woman. Sara Blaedel. A housewife is the target of a shocking, methodical killing. Shot with a hunting rifle through her kitchen window, the woman is dead before she hits the ground.
Though murdered in England, it turns out that the woman, Sofie Parker, is actually a Danish citizen who's been on the Missing Persons list for almost two decades--so Louise Rick is called on to the case. Then, in an unexpected twist, the police discover that Sofie had been reported missing eighteen years ago by none other than Eik, Louise Rick's police colleague and lover. Impulsive as ever, Eik rushes to England, and ends up in jail on suspicion of Sofie's murder.
Completely blindsided by Eik's connection to the case, Louise is thoroughly unsettled and sick with worry, yet she must set aside her own emotional turmoil if she hopes to find the killer in what will become her most controversial case yet She's a remarkable crime writer who time and again delivers a solid, engaging story that any reader in the world can enjoy. The Hanging: A Thriller. Lotte Hammer. One morning before school, two children find the naked bodies of five men hanging from the gym ceiling.
The case leads detective Konrad Simonsen and his murder squad to the school janitor, who may know more about the killings than he is telling. Soon, Simonsen realizes that each of the five murdered men had a dark and terrible secret in common.
And when Simonsen's own daughter is targeted, he must race to find the culprit before his whole world is destroyed. Lie Kaas and Fares are electric as this crime fighting pair and Sarah-Sofie Boussnina has just the right amount of nastiness and kindness in her teenage Kimmie. At times you almost feel as if she has everything coming to her, only to feel a pang of guilt as you witness just how primal the others treat her. Taking into consideration that she still deeply cares for the man who hurt her makes this all the more heartbreaking. After viewing The Absent One, it is near impossible to fight the urge to seek out the first chapter from Department Q; The Keeper of Lost Causes and indeed track down copies of the books to stick your nose in before the final entry into the franchise; A Conspiracy of Faith.
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