The Forgotten Girls
Blaedel, Sara. The Forgotten Girls. New York: Grand Central Publishing, 2015.
An unidentified female body is discovered in a forest in Denmark. There is another crime that appears to be similar. The investigation leads to a connection with a home for the mentally handicapped. most of whom have been abandoned by their families. Louise Rick is the investigator. The girl had been declared dead more than 30 years ago. What was going on there? Where is the girl's twin sister who was also declared dead? Where had the girls been living all these years? Who is responsible for the girl's death? With that dark edge popular in Scandinavian crime novels, this story is certain to please many fans of the genre. The author has created an interesting puzzle with enough questions to keep the reader motivated to continue. The crimes associated with this case just keep mounting. This review is based on an advance reader's copy in e-galley format provided by the publisher through NetGalley for review purposes.
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