This week’s List List is sponsored by The Killing Forest by Sara Blaedel.
Sara Blaedel is the most popular author in Denmark, literally. Winner of the prestigious Golden Laurel, Blaedel’s dark, suspenseful stories reach one fifth of Denmark’s entire population, collectively, and her fan base is growing all the time. With the publication of The Forgotten Girls—which was praised as “gripping” with “uncompromising realism” by The Washington Post—and now The Killing Forest, she is poised to become a star in America, too.
This time, Louise Rick is assigned a case involving a fifteen-year-old who vanished a week earlier. When Louise realizes exactly who the missing teenager is, she seizes the opportunity to combine the search for the teen with her personal investigation of her boyfriend’s long-ago death. . . . And as she moves through the small town’s cramped network of deadly connections, Louise unearths toxic truths left unspoken and dangerous secrets.
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