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Tuesday's Gone: A Frieda Klein Novel (2) Copertina flessibile – 17 gennaio 2013
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For Frieda Klein the days get longer, the cases darker . . .
Psychotherapist Frieda Klein thought she was done with the police. But once more DCI Karlsson is knocking at her door.
A man's decomposed body has been found in the flat of Michelle Doyce, a woman trapped in a world of strange mental disorder. The police don't know who it is, how he got there or what happened - and Michelle can't tell them. But Karlsson hopes Frieda can get access to the truths buried beneath her confusion.
Painstakingly, Frieda uncovers a possible identity for the corpse: Robert Poole, a jack of all trades and master conman. But the deeper Frieda and Karlsson dig into Poole's past, the more of his victims they encounter - and the more motives they find for murder. Meanwhile, violent ghosts from Frieda's own past are returning to threaten her.
Unable to discover quite who is telling the truth and who is lying, they know they are getting closer to a killer. But whoever murdered Poole is determined to stay free - and anyone that gets too close will meet the same fate.
A gritty heroine, a gruesome crime and a terrifying hunt for a psychotic killer, Tuesday's Gone is not to be missed by fans of psychological thrillers.
Praise for Nicci French:
'Nicci French's sophisticated, compassionate and gripping crime novels stand head and shoulders above the competition. No one understands human psychological frailty better. No one writes better about grief, love, fear or emotional damage. Not many books are as insightful as they are addictive; Nicci French's are.' Sophie Hannah
'Nicci French knows just how to play on our worst fears' Daily Mail
This heart-stoppingly good tale sets the bar high for the next seven books - we can't wait to read them! ― Good Housekeeping
Nicci French is the pseudonym for the writing partnership of journalists Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. The couple are married and live in Suffolk. There are twenty bestselling novels by Nicci French, published in thirty-one languages. Blue Monday was the first thrilling story in the Frieda Klein series, which concludes with Day of the Dead.
- Editore : Penguin; 1° edizione (17 gennaio 2013)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Copertina flessibile : 480 pagine
- ISBN-10 : 0241950333
- ISBN-13 : 978-0241950333
- Peso articolo : 330 g
- Dimensioni : 12.9 x 2.9 x 19.8 cm
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 1,792 in Thriller psicologici
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The idea of a psychotherapist helping the police to solve crimes is probably not a unique one, however the character of Klein is complex and mystifying and the reader feels immersed in her techniques. With plenty of frustrating scenarios, tricks, twists and turns along the way, this story kept me awake long into the night with a book that I found hard to put down. Like the first in this series, I was pleased to discover the ending was never really tightly tied down with plenty to lead us into the next one, where once again I hope we will join the adventures of Frieda and all her friends – especially Josef who originally seemed like an accidental addition, but who now has a place firmly in my heart.
Another incredible book produced from this author for the series and again I absolutely loved it! The characters, the story, the twists and turns and the way it wasn't rushed but read steadily and evenly.
I did find some of the ending (or close to the end) confusing... I still don't get the significance of the pictures in the flat, I didn't find it relevant and then was confused with how it was explained. I guess it could have been explained a little better in a sense.
Another thing... I have no idea what happened near the end with Michelle... it wasn't well detailed and I felt that a chunk was missing from that part of the book.
I had a feeling about the 'who did it' whereas in book one I was utterly shocked. But even though I had my suspicions, and I was completely right for once, i still loved the story... the gruesomeness etc.
Amazing read and I highly recommend this series.