The Forgotten Girls
Publish date: 2015-02-03
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Scandinavian Literature
Good idea, but poorly executed, in my opinion. The main character, Louise, hardly does any detective work and spends all her time just moping around. Her journalist friend is shown as an hysterical bride who nevertheless does the only interesting detective work. I felt that the rhythm of the book wa...
For most of the book, I felt it was on its way to a three-star rating from me. I was thinking interesting premise, writing a bit workman-like and prone to over-explaining. An example of the over-explaining: "My name is Louise Rick," she said, holding out her hand and explaining who she was. ...
It's been a while since I last read a Scandinavian thriller, but I felt it was time for another one. I believe that even though this is the first book that is published in English, there are six earlier novels in the series. However, there were some things that made me feel this book was a fresh sta...
THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS Four days later, Louise Rick still had no answers. The body of an unidentified woman was discovered in a local forest. A large, unique scar on one side of her face should have made the identification easy, but nobody has reported her missing. As the new commander of the Missing...
A woman's body is found in the forest, but no one seems to know who she is. Louise Rick then discovers that the woman is already dead, or rather that she was a patient in a state mental institution and was declared dead 30 years ago. Now Louise and her colleague Eik must find out how a woman can be...
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