Call Me Princess

Call Me Princess

Book - 2011
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A young woman in Copenhagen, Susanne Hansson, becomes the victim of an unusually brutal rape attack in her own home. Detective Inspector Louise Rick is summoned to talk to the victim, where she quickly determines that Susanne met the rapist via a dating website, a fact that Susanne shamefully tries to hide, especially from her domineering mother. With a climax as suspenseful as it is shocking, Sara Blaedel's North American debut confirms her as one of the brightest stars in the new wave of Scandinavian crime novelists that has riveted the attention of readers around the world.
Publisher: New York : Pegasus Crime, 2011.
Edition: First Pegasus Books cloth edition
ISBN: 9781605982519
Characteristics: 303 pages ;,24 cm.

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Dreamstime
Dec 17, 2016

A boring police procedural highlighted by incompetent law enforcement. Too much llama drama by the lead detective. Horrible villains need to be matched by determined heroes. Not so much here. The book has a good PR campaign. But I thought it was a waste of my time. Also, the title of the book is a bizarre disconnect from the story. Seems like the overall translation was ok, but the title could have suffered from that.

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maipenrai
Nov 13, 2016

The THIRD book in the Louise Rick / Camilla Lind series. BOOK TWO SEEMS TO HAVE NEVER BEEN TRANSLATED FROM DANISH

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Adelheid
Nov 01, 2015

Great book, suspenseful and kept going,

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tink05
Mar 26, 2015

Another good book by her just wish it wasn't so hard to pronounce the names & places

Diell Nov 29, 2014

write faster please

cgloden Nov 09, 2013

Very suspenseful! I couldn't wait for them to catch the guy but didn't want it to end. Just put her next book on hold.

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