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Publisher's Summary

In Nicci French's thrilling fifth book, London psychotherapist Frieda Klein herself becomes the prime suspect in a murder.
A bloated corpse turns up in the Thames, throat slashed, and the only clue is a hospital wristband reading "Dr. F. Klein". Frieda is taken to see the body and realizes with horror that it is Sandy, her ex-boyfriend. She's certain that the killer is Dean Reeve - the man who has never stopped haunting her. But the police think he has been dead for years, and Frieda is their number one suspect. With few options, Frieda goes on the run to save herself and try to uncover the truth.
©2016 Nicci French (P)2016 Penguin Audio
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By John L. Moncrief on 08-26-17

Not buying the setup

As revealed in the blurb, Frieda is suspected of murder and has gone on the run to find the real murderer. I am not buying the setup. The case against her is so weak, it is preposterous that the cops would arrest her and stop looking for anybody else.

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By Jennifer on 03-27-17

Always welcome, but getting a little stale

The hook of the mysterious killer/protector who haunts Frieda Klein is getting a bit stale. For goodness sake, it's been years, yet he's still out there, and Frieda still doesn't know where he is, and the police never seem to catch him, even though he has killed multiple times for Frieda. And they still don't believe her.

Yet, given all that, the characterisations are strong. The pace is excellent, and one just can't stop listening. Frieda, herself, is a masterful and memorable character.

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