'Hausmann is a force to be reckoned with' DAVID BALDACCI
They say he's a murderer. But how could he be?
Berlin, 2017: several young girls have been disappearing for the past fourteen years. Red ribbons show the police the way to their bodies, but there's no trace of the killer.
One evening, internationally renowned philosophy professor and anthropologist Walter Lesniak is arrested on the suspicion of the murders in the presence of his daughter, Ann.
'Professor Death' becomes the headline of the tabloid press and Lesniak himself refuses to cooperate with the police. Ann is certain this is all some kind of mistake. And she will prove it. Yet, with the arrest of her father, she begins a journey into the unknown . . .
READERS LOVE ROMY HAUSMANN
'Ingenious' 5 * reader review
'Loved every minute' 5* reader review
'The best thriller I have ever read' 5* reader review
'Spellbinding' 5* reader review
'Absolutely brilliant' 5* reader review
Publisher: Quercus Publishing
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 580 g
Dimensions: 236 x 162 x 34 mm
A deeply unsettling psychological thriller that will get under your skin . . . True crime fans will love this one - Hot Press
PRAISE FOR ROMY HAUSMANN: 'Hausmann is a force to be reckoned with' - David Baldacci
A peerless exercise in suspense - Financial Times
Claustrophobic, terrifying and fiercely compelling - Daily Mail
If you read only one thriller this year, choose this one - Alice Feeney
[B]eautifully written, intriguing and very compelling - Peter James
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