Invisible Murder : Nina Borg

  • by Lene Kaaberbøl, Agnete Friis, Tara Chace (translator)
  • Narrated by Katherine Kellgren
  • Series: Nina Borg
  • 11 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the ruins of an abandoned Soviet military hospital in northern Hungary, two impoverished Roma boys are scavenging for old supplies or weapons they could sell on the black market when they find more than they ever anticipated. The resulting chain of events threatens to blow the lives of a frightening number of people into bits and pieces.
In this feverishly anticipated follow-up to 2011’s critically acclaimed The Boy in the Suitcase, Danish Red Cross nurse Nina Borg doesn’t realize she is putting life and family on the line when she tries to treat a group of sick Hungarian gypsies who are living illegally in a Copenhagen garage. Nina has unwittingly thrown herself into a deadly nest of the unscrupulous and the desperate, and what is at stake is much more terrifying than anyone had realized.

More

See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Lots of thrills!

Would you consider the audio edition of Invisible Murder to be better than the print version?

Katy Kellgren's reading is AMAZING. She's dramatic without being OVERdramatic, and is easy to listen to.


What did you like best about this story?

I LOVED The Boy in the Suitcase, so was eagerly awaiting this new book. It's as good as everyone says - as good as the first, with more Nina Borg character development. Don't want to give away anything, but there are definite surprises along the way.


Any additional comments?

Recommended to mystery & thriller fans. :)

Read full review

- Avid Reader and Listener

Clever story, sloppy production, not a fave

Kaaberbol and Friis are very adept at weaving together the stories of multiple characters and points of view into a story with good forward momentum. I have to say, though, that I find the principal character in this book and the last, Nina Borg, to be fairly unappealing and not at all an individual I can identify with or root for.

The audiobook is sorely in need of editing. The narrator will re-read a section more than once, occasionally interjecting "Oh! He's supposed to be Hungarian!" or something like that. I'm also not fond of her transition from reading to overacting in tense plot moments.

All in all, although the plot is good, I would find it hard to recommend this overall.
Read full review

- Agiliteve

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-03-2012
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.