When A Young Woman Is Discovered Brutally Murdered In Her Own Apartment, With An Intricate Pattern Of Lines Carved Into Her Face, Copenhagen Police Detectives Jeppe Korner And Anette Werner Are Assigned To The Case In Short Order, They Establish A Link Between The Victim, Julie Stender, And Her Landlady, Esther De Laurenti, Who S A Bit Too Fond Of Drink And The Host Of Raucous Dinner Parties With Her Artist Friends Esther Also Turns Out To Be A Budding Novelist And When Julie Turns Up As A Murder Victim In The Still Unfinished Mystery She S Writing, The Link Between Fiction And Real Life Grows Both Urgent And Dangerous But Esther S Role In This Twisted Scenario Is Not Quite As Clear As It First Seems Is She The Culprit Or Just Another Victim, Trapped In A Twisted Game Of Vengeance Anette And Jeppe Must Dig Deeply Into The Two Women S Pasts To Discover The Identity Of The Brutal Puppet Master Pulling The Strings In This Electrifying Literary Thriller
Katrine Engberg had already attained the status of acclaimed dancer and choreographer when she began writing Honing her voice and authorship while simultaneously continuing to contribute to the Arts, both as a director and a choreographer, Engberg soon emerged as a virtuoso of sensitive portrayals and ingeniously intertwined plot threads Written in 2016, The Tenant is Engberg s crime fiction debut and the first book in the internationally acclaimed and bestselling Copenhagen series, hailed for its refreshing style and lovable characters Four books have been written in the series to date.
- 368 pages
- The Tenant
- Katrine Engberg
- 13 March 2019 Katrine Engberg