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A girl's body lies, posed, on the pale sand of a Hamburg beach, a message concealed in her hand. "I have been underground, and now it is time for me to return home..."

Jan Fabel, of the Hamburg murder squad, struggles to interpret the twisted imagery of a dark and brutal mind. Four days later, a man and a woman are found deep in woodland, their throats slashed deep and wide, the names "Hansel" and "Gretel", in the same, tiny, obsessively neat writing, rolled tight and pressed into their hands. It becomes clear that each new crime is a grisly reference to folk stories collected almost two hundred years ago by the Brothers Grimm.

The hunt is on for a serial killer who is exploring the darkest, most fundamental fears hidden in ancient fairy tales. A predator who kills and then disappears into the shadows.

A monster we all learned to fear in childhood.

©2006 Craig Russell; (P)2006 Random House Audiobooks

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  • 02-11-15

A three star listen

Would you try another book written by Craig Russell or narrated by Anton Lesser?

Not too impressed by the writer, but Anton never lets you down.

If you’ve listened to books by Craig Russell before, how does this one compare?

First one

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Nothing really stands out

Do you think Brother Grimm needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No, not really, the story was brought to a satisfactory conclusion.

Any additional comments?

Not a bad book, but too many unnecessary swear words for my liking.