Book review on novels

The case is initially conducted by a very pregnant Margot Silverman who, as the killing spree continues, becomes increasingly determined to stay the course. At one point, the husband of a victim is so traumatised by finding his wife’s mutilated body that he behaves as if nothing has happened and so spoils part of the crime investigation. He can’t remember anything and the police decide to call in a hypnotist to unlock his memory so he can describe the crime scene as he found it. Erik Maria Bark is the expert forensic psychiatrist and talented hypnotist who appeared in the first Lars Kepler novel Hypnotisören (The Hypnotist).

Book review on novels

book review on novels

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