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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.
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By Margaret on 11-12-16
Meh. Not as enjoyable as some previous Kleins.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I enjoy this series for the most part but Frieda Klein is not exactly a likeable character. I think the other "regulars" in the book save this. And I think the "lady in distress" is starting to wear thin. Like the Helen Grace books, we have a heroine who is basically a victim of her own baggage.
What did you like best about this story?
It was short! 9 hours. It was an easy read.
What three words best describe Beth Chalmers’s voice?
She's good but takes a while to settle in. When the book first starts she's kind of annoyingly sing-song-y but then settles into the roles and starts to flow quite nicely. It's like that with every one of these.
Could you see Friday on My Mind being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
I actually think about this a lot when I'm reading these because they almost seem like TV shows. Maybe Joanne Froggatt from Downton Abbey? I've seen her in other shows besides Downton Abbey and she is EXTREMELY versatile. She'd be believable as both a doctor and the object of desire.
Any additional comments?
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
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.