Cinderella Girl

Cinderella Girl

by Carin Gerhardsen

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ISBN-13: 9781405914079
Publisher: Penguin UK
Publication date: 12/01/2015
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.80(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Carin Gerhardsen is a former mathematician and IT consultant. She is the author of The Gingerbread House and The Last Lullaby.

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Cinderella Girl 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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MargoH More than 1 year ago
A great book- especially if you like crime dramas that deal with psychological issues and that are loaded with suspense. This is the second the Hammarby series, featuring sensitive Stockholm police inspector Conny Sjoberg. I found the European flavor of this novel to be fascinating and refreshing. The novel describes the simultaneous investigation of two apparent murders, which seemed totally unrelated until near the end of the book, where we find that the two deaths are actually related in a surprising way. Besides the two murder victims, the other victims in the story suffer at the hands of seriously dysfunctional adults, including horribly irresponsible parents, a pedophile, and even a fellow member of the police department. Although the novel is unsettling, I found that I had great difficulty putting in down. It would helpful, though not essential, to read the first novel in this series first (The Gingerbread House), if only to understand what is happens to police officer Petra Westman. That component of the story is still not completely resolved at the end of this novel. I had no plans to buy the third in this series (The Last Lullaby), but I am eager to to do so now..
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And like the russian ones are not pleasant to read to start with a child in danger is too off putting for many of us grafic violence/sex/physical functions especially against children are used too frequently by authors until the books are unreadable as too much salt can make a food unedible who has any wish to visit these countries let alone live there?