The Silent Women

The Silent Women Best Read || [Sara Blaedel] - The Silent Women, The Silent Women Homicide detective Louise Rick chases a terrifying serial rapist who meets women on a popular online dating website in this fast paced internationally bestselling thriller from Sara Blaedel whose b

  • Title: The Silent Women
  • Author: Sara Blaedel
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  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback

The Silent Women Best Read || [Sara Blaedel] - The Silent Women, The Silent Women Homicide detective Louise Rick chases a terrifying serial rapist who meets women on a popular online dating website in this fast paced internationally bestselling thriller from Sara Blaedel whose b

  • The Silent Women Best Read || [Sara Blaedel]
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The Silent Women

About " Sara Blaedel "

  • Sara Blaedel

    Sara Blaedel is the author of the 1 international bestselling series featuring Detective Louise Rick Her books are published in thirty seven countries In 2014 Sara was voted Denmark s most popular novelist for the fourth time She is also a recipient of the Golden Laurel, Denmark s most prestigious literary award In 2016 she published the first book The Undertakers Daughter in a new trilogy Sara Blaedel is the author of the 1 international bestselling series featuring Detective Louise Rick Her books are published in thirty seven countries In 2014 Sara was voted Denmark s most popular novelist for the fourth time She is also a recipient of the Golden Laurel, Denmark s most prestigious literary award In 2016 she published the first book The Undertakers Daughter in a new trilogy set in Racine, Wisconsin Already widowed by the age of forty, Ilka Nichols Jensen, a school portrait photographer, leads a modest, regimented, and uneventful life in Copenhagen Until unexpected news rocks her quiet existence Her father who walked out suddenly and inexplicably on the family than three decades ago has died And he s left her something in his will his funeral home In Racine, Wisconsin

  • 209 Comments

  • The premise of this book would probably make for a good hour long CSI like CBS procedural show It probably could make for a good book, too But this book isn t good It s awful I don t know where the blame lays for how awful this book is Maybe it is the translators fault Maybe the book reads better in Danish, or whatever language it was originally written in I think it was in Danish, but it doesn t say anywhere in the book It s actually a little difficult to even find who translated the bo [...]


  • Where are we Oddly, though Blaedel is Danish, this story could as easily been set in any American city rather than Copenhagen The place names were Danish but there was no wisp of Scandinavia The plot was so so but only just I hate the title It s too twee and only becomes relevant late in the story Homicide Detective Louise Rick and her partner investigate a rape Soon the case grows legs when rapist s next victim dies and other women speak out about enduring similar attacks The plot circle Where [...]


  • Blue Blood also titled Call Me Princess is the second book in the Louise Rick Camilla Lind series by popular Danish novelist, Sara Blaedel It is the first book in the series to be translated into English When Assistant Detective Louise Rick is called to the hospital to talk to Susanna Hansson, the victim of a brutal rape, she is met with some reluctance to reveal all the pertinent facts When she eventually establishes that Susanna first met her attacker online, Copenhagen s police force is Blue [...]


  • this is a warning so you don t waste your time this is not a good book to read stupid stupid stupid wanna know how stupid first example is the female detective gets frustrated with a rape victum second would be when she actually sees the rapist she goes to find her partner first, and gasp surprise an hour later hes left with another girl stupid.




  • This was my third Sara Blaedel book featuring Detective Louise Rick The stories are set in Copenhagen and are different in style to the many American and British mystery police procedural books I have read and enjoyed I would say these are cut and dry , the characters do not engage in much introspection and seem rather one dimensional There is very little site description, which can either add a great deal or totally bog the story downI thought this plot resolution was predictable Now This was m [...]


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