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University professor Nina is at a turning point. Her work seems increasingly irrelevant, her doctor husband is never home, relations with her difficult daughter are strained and their beautiful house is scheduled for demolition. 

When her daughter decides to move into another house they own, things take a very dark turn. The young woman living there disappears, leaving her son behind, the day after Nina and her daughter pay her a visit. 

With few clues, the police enquiry soon grinds to a halt, but Nina has an inexplicable sense of guilt. She begins her own investigation, but as she pulls on the threads of the case, it seems her discoveries may have very grave consequences for her and her family.

©2019, 2020 Agnes Ravatn, Translation Rosie Hedger (P)2020 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Ah, nuts. I just finished this and discovered that Audible has no other books by this author. Yet. So good was this book I wanted to jump into another. It a Sunday drive, a fine read when you have time to kick back and listen intently. Then it's pace picked up and crashed into a surprise ending. A psychological thriller. It was predictable but any book sold as thriller in the mystery genre guarantees at least one body, dead or missing. This was well written and interesting. Nothing scary or gruesome.

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The summary was way better than the book. This thing moved so slow. Then you think this a mystery and get to the end and it's not. I don't mean that I figured out the "killer". There is no mystery except who thought this should be unleased on the world. Could have been somewhat decent as a short story.