The Killing Forest Sara Blaedel author of the international bestseller The Forgotten Girls which was roundly praised as gripping with uncompromising realism Washington Post and tautly suspenseful BookPage returns wit

  • Title: The Killing Forest
  • Author: Sara Blaedel
  • ISBN: 9781455581559
  • Page: 195
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  • Sara Blaedel, author of the 1 international bestseller The Forgotten Girls which was roundly praised as gripping with uncompromising realism Washington Post and tautly suspenseful BookPage returns with the thrilling next book in her series featuring police investigator Louise Rick.Following an extended leave, Louise Rick returns to work at the Special Search ASara Blaedel, author of the 1 international bestseller The Forgotten Girls which was roundly praised as gripping with uncompromising realism Washington Post and tautly suspenseful BookPage returns with the thrilling next book in her series featuring police investigator Louise Rick.Following an extended leave, Louise Rick returns to work at the Special Search Agency, an elite unit of the National Police Department She s assigned a case involving a fifteen year old who vanished a week earlier When Louise realizes that the missing teenager is the son of a butcher from Hvalsoe, she seizes the opportunity to combine the search for the teen with her personal investigation of her boyfriend s long ago death Louise s investigation takes her on a journey back through time She reconnects with figures from her past, including Kim, the principal investigator at the Holbaek Police Department, her former in laws, fanatic ancient religion believers, and her longtime close friend, journalist Camilla Lind As she moves through the small town s cramped network of deadly connections, Louise unearths toxic truths left unspoken and dangerous secrets.

    The Killing Forest Louise Rick series Sara Blaedel Feb , The Killing Forest Louise Rick series Sara Blaedel on FREE shipping on qualifying offers INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER Sara Blaedel, author of the international bestseller The Forgotten Girls which was roundly praised as gripping with uncompromising realism Washington Post and tautly suspenseful BookPage returns with the thrilling next book in her The Killing Forest Louise Rick, by Sara Blaedel Sep , The Killing Forest is the latest th book in Sara Blaedel s Louise Rick series Rick is an investigator with the Special Search Agency, a unit of the National Police Department in Denmark The Killing Forest opens with fifteen year old Sune preparing for his coming of age ceremony, to be held in the forest by an ancient sacrificial oak tree. The Killing Forest by Sara Blaedel, Paperback Barnes The Killing Forest . out of based on ratings reviews Anonymous More than year ago After reading The Forgotten Girls, I was impressed enough by the author to try the follow up book I am pleased I did Terrific writing, and interesting characters It is not necessary to read the first in the series, this book will stand well on its Fiction Book Review The Killing Forest by Sara Blaedel The Killing Forest She also suspects that Klaus s death wasn t a suicide and that the cultists had a hand in that as well Now she just has to get someone to talk Blaedel nicely balances the twisted relationships of the cult members with the true friendships of Louise, Camilla, and their circle. Review THE KILLING FOREST by Sara Blaedel Crime by the Book THE KILLING FOREST is no exception this book is a fast paced police procedural guaranteed to inspire a major amount of emotional investment, a quality that is characteristic of Sara s writing and that makes me love her books oh so much Simply put, Sara writes excellent crime fiction. The Killing Forest A Louise Rick Novel Bookreporter The Killing Forest A Louise Rick Novel Review The newly released THE KILLING FOREST picks up where its predecessor left off, and it s a smashing success The book opens with a chilling and haunting vignette that reveals all to the reader What follows is a police procedural wherein Louise and her team must play catch up in order to The Killing Forest Walmart The Killing Forest is the Rick is an investigator with the Special Search Agency, a unit of the National Police Department in Denmark The Killing Forest opens with fifteen year old Sune preparing for his coming of age ceremony, to be held in the forest by an ancient sacrificial oak tree. sara blaedel the killing forest eBay product rating The Killing Forest Louise Rick series by Blaedel, Sara . Trending at . Trending price is based on prices over last days. The Killing Forest EXTENDED FREE PREVIEW by Sara Blaedel THE KILLING FOREST Following an extended leave, Louise Rick returns to work at the Special Search Agency, an elite unit of the National Police Department She s assigned a case involving a fifteen year old who vanished a week earlier. The Killing Forest ebook by Sara Blaedel Rakuten Kobo Read The Killing Forest by Sara Blaedel available from Rakuten Kobo Sign up today and get off your first purchase INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER Sara Blaedel, author of the international bestseller The Forgotten Girls which was round

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    1. Sara Blaedel

      Sara Blaedel is the author of the 1 international bestselling series featuring Detective Louise Rick Her books are published in thirty three countries She lives in Copenhagen, and was voted Denmark s most popular novelist for the fourth time in 2014 She is also a recipient of the Golden Laurel, Denmark s most prestigious literary award.

    661 thoughts on “The Killing Forest”

    1. 3.5 Louise's last case left her shattered emotionally and physically. Her first case back after her absence finds her once again in her old stomping grounds, more unanswered questions about her past and the case of a young missing teenager. An old religion and their followers will figure prominently. This religion follows the old practice of worshipping and blood sacrifices to Nordic Gods. Many good twists and turns, a fast moving story that will again involve Louise's friends and past acquainta [...]


    2. I read the previous book in this series last year and it was great to return to this series and to finally find out what really happened to Louise boyfriend Klaus 20 years ago when he allegedly killed himself. Louise Rick is an interesting character whose personal life has been affected deeply by Klaus suicide and in this case, with a missing boy must she confront old acquaintances of her and Klaus. In so will both she and those that she love risk danger because there are some secrets are people [...]


    3. Η άποψή μου για το βιβλίο της Sara Blaedel στο site "Book City" και το παρακάτω link: Φονικό δάσος


    4. A special thank you to Grand Central and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Danish, Sara Blaedel, ‘The Queen of Crime,” returns followingThe Forgotten Girls, with THE KILLING FOREST(Louise Rick #8) —another multi-leveled gripping and twisted crime suspense of a missing teen, old legends, dangerous rituals, Asatro (worship of the ancient Norse gods), and a powerful connection to the detective’s own haunted past.As the book opens in a dark creep forest at midnight, ther [...]


    5. For Nordic Noir addicts this book will not disappoint you! Conventional crime novel with a clever back story and twist, and supreme female protagonist full of flaws. Loved it, and will be reading more from this Danish author.


    6. Ας αρχίσω με το βασικότερο: Το βιβλίο είναι συνέχεια ενός άλλου, του "Ξεχασμένα κορίτσια", οπότε θα ήταν καλύτερα να ξεκινήσετε διαβάζοντας το άλλο πρώτα. Εγώ δεν το ήξερα και διάβασα κατευθείαν το "Φονικό δάσος". Γίνεται φυσικά αναδρομή στα γεγονότα του παρελθόντος και τα βα [...]


    7. I’ve found a new series to obsess over. Sara Blaedel’s complex and creepy storylines and this cast of characters have me hooked. I totally adore Louise and Eik. I picked up this book immediately after finishing The Forgotten Girls. It wasn’t much of a choice really – I had to. I was left with so many unanswered questions – Would Louise and Eik make a go of it? Would Thomsen and René get what was coming to them? And most of all – What really happened to Klaus? I'm one happy girl. I g [...]



    8. My love for Sara Blaedel continues. This book is an addictive blend of action, creepiness, social commentary, and endearing characters. Sara writes Nordic noir at its best, and I highly recommend this book!! Be sure to check out this book's prequel (THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS) first - you won't want to miss the background info provided in that story!! Full review to come on CBTB.


    9. Well The ending really disappointed me. It feels like the awful men in the story got away with everything. And I am really upset about it. They raped women. They cut off a horses head and put it on a pike. They drowned newborn kittens. I wanted all those bastards dead. The only reasons this book even got two stars from me was for the fact Lousie finally got the closure she deserved and the the lady who did the audio was phenomenal.🙍



    10. « O Trilho da Morte é o 8º livro da série #Louise Rick, e o segundo da trilogia da Unidade Especial de Busca. Após a publicação de "As raparigas esquecidas" pela TopSeller, o primeiro desta trilogia, fiquei muito curioso em aprofundar os conhecimentos da obra de Sara Blædel.Por isso, foi com satisfação, que peguei neste livro.Um adolescente de 15 anos, Sune, desapareceu na floresta de Hvalsø após um estranho ritual de iniciação. Dias depois descobrem corpos nessa mesma floresta. Ha [...]


    11. I am now soooo intrigued by Asatro. This was a pretty creepy story, with the small town setting, sacrificial woods, ancient religious cult and a series of murders. I do really like the character of Louise Rick, so I would read for just her alone.


    12. O Trilho da Morte é o segundo livro da Sara Blaedel e a continuação do livro "As Raparigas Esquecidas", apesar de se conseguir ler um sem o outro.Se lermos os dois conseguimos perceber melhor a história de Louise, o seu passado e os seus fantasmas.Opinião completa em: aviciadadoslivros/


    13. Adding this to the books I'm donating to Goodwill. It's not that it was terrible, just that it wasn't for me.First of all, it starts off with a very detailed gang rape, where a young woman is forced to force herself onto a fifteen year old boy (thankfully he gets away and she refuses to have sex with him), but when he gets away, the group of men gang rape her until she dies.Second of all, despite this first chapter, the book moved incredibly slow and was kind of confusing to follow. There were t [...]


    14. This is the second book I have read by this author and the second Louise Rick novel as well. Yet, this time I was really into the whole story and experience. I don't remember much of the prior novel or the past ordeal that Louise endured; however, it was ok even though it was part of the focal point in this book. Because I felt that Louise did get her closure due to the fact that most of the gaps were brought together in this book, so even if you have not read the prior novel, you will not be lo [...]


    15. Gostei muito, achei melhor que o anterior e foi uma leitura tão rápida! :) No enredo inserem-se dois casos, a procura de Sune e as razões para ter fugido e a descoberta do que realmente aconteceu com Markus, o primeiro amor de Louise que se teria suicidado mais de 20 anos antes. Os personagens envolvidos nos 2 casos são os mesmos, pois Markus era amigo desses personagens, um deles agora pai de Sune. É uma história estranha como tudo, no que se refere ao que os personagens estão envolvidos [...]


    16. Mais um thriller viciante Sara Blaedel. No primeiro livro ficaram muitas questões por responder a respeito do passado sombrio de Louise Rick. Neste segundo livro, acontecem crimes que se irão cruzar com acontecimentos passados da vida de Louise. Será a oportunidade perfeita para a personagem obter respostas, assim como também o leitor. É uma leitura que nos prende às primeiras páginas e que é impossível pousar o livro. Lê-se com facilidade fiquei de tal forma envolvida na história, qu [...]


    17. Sara Blaedel does have a way of pulling you into the story and not letting you go until you hit the last page. Mrs. Blaedel has a complete understanding of what makes us tick as thriller/suspense readers. She pulls you into her world and you don't want to fight your way out of it. The Killing Forest has the winning formula to what I have come to expect of her work. The novel begins with a fifteen-year-old teenager, Sune, participating in the ritual of passage from childhood to becoming an adult [...]


    18. "Several hours had passed after the horrific events of his initiation before he dared sneak out into the clearing. The cars were gone, and he'd held his breath; the silence and the sharp light from the clear, starlit sky seemed threatening. A few embers from the bonfire still glowed, but he didn't dare approach it to warm himself. He had no way of knowing if anyone had stayed behind to wait for him. At last he snuck around the shadows of the trees over to the oak, where he knew they have must ha [...]


    19. Note: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. "This is hell. No one gets out."I read The Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel, not so long ago, and quite liked it. I was able to connect to the author's writing and the story was interesting, to say the least, so when I was contacted for this book, I immediately accepted.The Killing Forest is the kind of novel that'll keep you up at night and would pull you into the story making you forget about the world outsid [...]


    20. 4.0 out of 5 stars -- Deadly secrets of the brotherhoodFifteen year-old Sune is about to be initiated into the Asatro (an old Nordic religion) but something goes seriously wrong that night in the forest and he disappears. In an interesting twist, Sune's parents don't report him missing as they insist he has run away to avoid his dying mother at home, and Louise Rick and her partner, Eik Nordstrom, of the Special Search Agency are called in to investigate when Sune is spotted in some photographs [...]


    21. This book wasn't like the rest of the author's books. Most of them can be read seperately, but it's my impression that this one can't. There are a lot of references to previous books and cases, so if you haven't read the other books, I think it'll be hard to follow the story in this one.The story itself is highly driven by the characters. There isn't really a crime that you, as a reader, can try to solve yourself, because you know from the beginning who the 'bad guy' is. That means that you kind [...]


    22. The Killing Forest is the latest (8th) book in Sara Blaedel's Louise Rick series.Rick is an investigator with the Special Search Agency, a unit of the National Police Department in Denmark.The Killing Forest opens with fifteen year old Sune preparing for his 'coming of age' ceremony, to be held in the forest by an ancient sacrificial oak tree. Sune's family practices an ancient religion, drawing direction and inspiration from the ancient Norse Godswith their own interpretations. Sune is horrifie [...]


    23. I discovered Danish crime fiction writer Sara Blaedel with last year’s outstanding "The Forgotten Girls." This was the fourth US publication of a title in her Detective Louise Rick series but for some reason, it was the first time I’d come across her name. I was blown away with "The Forgotten Girls" and added her to my list of favorite crime fiction writers. "The Killing Forest" is the follow-up, and once again, I’m impressed with Blaedel’s skillful writing and rendering of such an intri [...]


    24. I just recently finished this book, and I thought it was a pretty good story, although since I haven't read any of the other books by this author, I was obviously missing some of Louise Rick's history as a police officer. I did think, though, that the translator could have done a little better job because I believe there are some crucial things missing from the story, and he mixed Louise up with her friend, Camilla, in a couple of places.Basically, this is a story of a man who grew up to be a bu [...]


    25. If you've heard me talk about books, you've probably heard me mention Sara Blaedel. Her books are so fun and so compelling and sookay, yes, creepy. (If you're a fan of mysteries or suspense and you haven't read her, you need to check her out.)The Killing Forest is my new favorite of hers. It's got some of my favorite things: people in peril (a teenage boy, for the most part, but it spreads) and local mythology and weird religion. Even one of those things is fantastic but all of them? Yes, please [...]


    26. Really enjoyed this new book in Sara Blaedel's series. Very interesting facts about the 'old religion' - I did not realize it (Asatro) is a legal religion in Denmark as of 2003. Anyone who loves Nordic Noir would really enjoy this book. Thank you to Netgalley, Sara Blaedel and Grand Central Publishing for providing me with a free copy in exchange for an honest opinion. Sara Blaedel has a new fan who is spreading the word!


    27. A 15 year old boy disappears into the forest the night following an initiation into an Asarto group. A local prostitute is missing, last seen getting into the car of a member of the same group. Are the two related? What happened that night? What isn't his father worried and lying to police? What secrets does this group hold. I DEVOURED this book!


    28. #7/2016 I read the previous book and was so so about it. I feel the same about this one. Except the whole time I wanted to ask Louise why she didn't leave this town and start her life over in a new city with less painful memories. The parts about Dutch culture were interesting but not enough to sustain the storyline.


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