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Guilty. One word on a beggar’s cardboard sign. Now, he is dead, stabbed in a wintry Copenhagen street, the second homeless victim in as many weeks. Dagbladet reporter Jensen, stumbling across the body on her way to work, calls her ex lover DI Henrik Jungersen. As, inevitably, old passions are rekindled, so are old regrets, and that is just the start of Jensen’s troubles. The front page is an open goal, but nothing feels right. When a third body turns up, it seems certain that a serial killer is on the loose. But why pick on the homeless? Is the link to an old murder case just a coincidence? With her teenage apprentice, Gustav, Jensen soon finds herself putting everything on the line to discover exactly who is guilty.

©2021 Heidi Amsinck (P)2021 W F Howes

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 “A nice slice of creepy Scandi-noir.” (Daily Mail)

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  • 09-03-21

fantastic scandi noir - loved it

This Copenhagen based murder mystery was a compulsive listen with lots of twists and turns and kept me guessing to the end. Amsinck writes beautifully, instilling a creepy atmosphere whilst conjuring up a vivid picture of her home city. Jensen is a captivating and unusual female protagonist - I am genuinely intrigued by her and hope this is the first of many books so I can get to know her more. she is supported by an unusually strong cast of characters, all very well developed and interesting in their own right. All in all a superb debut novel - highly recommend if you want an intelligent and beautifully crafted detective story. Oh, and McInnerny's narration is absolutely spot on .

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  • KLD
  • 05-12-22

A dream of a book genre Danish Scandi Noir

Compellingly compulsive reading, with such atmosphere and sense of place I felt like I’d been on a trip to beautiful Copenhagen itself. This new edition to the Scandi Noir genre has found a very special place in my heart. I can’t wait for the next chapter in Jensen & Henrick’s exploits. Fabulous characterisation and development of plot Heidi. Each character is so well written and perfectly presented that you feel like you know them. They say the sign of a good book is that when it’s finished you feel like you’ve lost a good friend. I feel that here, but with this being a debut I feel like this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. I implore other readers to pick Heidi Amsinck’s book up. I myself and going to pick up a copy of “The last train to Helsinger” and look up her BBC radio 4 stories which are set in Danish Noir, Copenhagen Confidential & Copenhagen Curios. Jensen will return this year ! Can’t wait!

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  • 10-28-21

Great story, great characters

Well written tome, with Tim McInnerny a great narrator. A very easy listening voice. I’m hoping Heidi will write the second part of this story.