Die Zahlen der Toten
Publish date: 2010
Pages no: 429
Edition language: Deutsch
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Christian Fiction
, Murder Mystery
, Amish Fiction
Series: Kate Burkholder (#1)
Some might say this is a formulaic serial killer mystery which follows a path of a thousand other such cliched books but it has been a really long time since I have read a detective mystery and I devoured it. I thought it was well written and loved that it was built around a strong female lead. I le...
When a serial killer strikes bucolic Painters Mill, Ohio, the killer's signature -—Roman numerals ritualistically carved into each victim's abdomen- —matches the MO of four unsolved murders from 16 years earlier. Police chief Kate Burkholder, who's reluctant to dredge up the past, must keep secret t...
Kate Burkholder has a past, a secret she's been keeping since she was a kid, an innocent Amish kid. She was attacked and her actions appeared to stop the actions of a murderer. But now the murderer is back, the numbers carved into the bodies are going up and she's having to balance her past and her...
If being a female police chief and formerly Amish isn't enough to hinder Kate, then maybe having a HUGE secret about the present case will get in the way. Well, yes, it does, a bit. But only because she can't find the body! She's got her hands full with the Mayor and his cronies not supporting her. ...
I don't usually pick up thrillers but I spotted this whilst having a browse through my online library account and it sounded interesting. When I reserve books at the library to pick up it gives me a push to pull my socks up and get those books read before the deadline, if I own the book it's too eas...