[Ebook] Ténébreux samedi By Nicci French – 1sm.info

Ténébreux samedi Le Destin Bris D Une Femme Bouleverse Frieda, Qui Se Lance Corps Et Me Dans Une P Rilleuse Qu Te De JusticeLorsqu Une Ancienne Relation De Travail Lui Demande D Tablir Le Bilan Psychiatrique De Hannah Docherty, Frieda Klein Se Retrouve Dans Une Situation D Licate Elle Ne Peut Refuser De Rendre Service Ce Coll Gue Influent, Or Elle Prouve Un V Ritable Choc En Rencontrant La Jeune Femme Incarc R E Depuis Treize Ans Dans Une Institution Douteuse Pour Avoir Assassin Sa Famille, Hannah N Est Plus Que L Ombre D Elle M Me En D Pit Des Preuves Crasantes, Pour Frieda, La Jeune Femme, Traumatis E Par Des Ann Es De Maltraitance Et D Abus, Se Trouve Plut T Du C T Des Victimes Que Des Bourreaux Convaincue De L Innocence De Hannah Et Malgr Les Injonctions De La Police, La Psychoth Rapeute Rouvre Le Dossier De Crime Sordide Et Met Au Jour Des Incoh Rences Accablantes Cependant, Chacun De Ses Pas Semble Tre Suivi De Pr S Quelqu Un Cherche Tout Prix Cacher Ce Qui S Est V Ritablement Pass Cet Apr S Midi Du Mai When I was given the chance to read the latest book in the Freida Klein series by thriller writing duo Nicci French I jumped at it.In this latest book Frieda Klein reluctantly faces a case that tests her to her very limits.Thirteen years ago eighteen year old Hannah Docherty was arrested for the brutal murder of her family It was an open and shut case and Hannah s been incarcerated in a secure hospital ever since When psychotherapist Frieda Klein is asked to meet Hannah and give her assessment When I was given the chance to read the latest book in the Freida Klein series by thriller writing duo Nicci French I jumped at it.In this latest book Frieda Klein reluctantly faces a case that tests her to her very limits.Thirteen years ago eighteen year old Hannah Docherty was arrested for the brutal murder of her family It was an open and shut case and Hannah s been incarcerated in a secure hospital ever since When psychotherapist Frieda Klein is asked to meet Hannah and give her assessment of her she reluctantly agrees What she finds horrifies her Hannah has become a tragic figure, old before her time And Frieda is haunted by the thought that Hannah might be as much of a victim as her family that something wasn t right all those years ago And as Hannah s case takes hold of her, Frieda soon begins to realise that she s up against someone who ll go to any lengths to protect themselves Another excellent novel in this series and I can t wait to read the next one.I would like to thank Net Galley and Penguin UK for supply me with a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review Before I get into my review, I felt it necessary to give a little background on the series this book is a part of Nicci French is the pseudonym of writing duo Nicci Gerrard and Sean French they have penned several books separately but collaborated to bring forth the Frieda Klein series which focuses on said main character in her role as a psychotherapist While Dark Saturdayis technically the sixth book in the series, it reads easily as a stand alone novel and I didn t feel left out of any per Before I get into my review, I felt it necessary to give a little background on the series this book is a part of Nicci French is the pseudonym of writing duo Nicci Gerrard and Sean French they have penned several books separately but collaborated to bring forth the Frieda Klein series which focuses on said main character in her role as a psychotherapist While Dark Saturdayis technically the sixth book in the series, it reads easily as a stand alone novel and I didn t feel left out of any pertinent information coming in this late in the series If you are a reader in the U.K., don t panic This isn t a new book you ve missed you likely have already read this one under it s sister title Saturday Requiem With all that out of the way, I feel a littleat ease jumping into the review portion of my post.Wow In the interest of full disclosure I feel the need to inform you of the terrible book slump I ve been in lately While I wasn t hating everything I read, I knew I was in an off season since I was picking up great books that just weren t gripping me like they should I was a little hesitant to start Dark Saturday the cover was gorgeous and the blurb had me fully intrigued but I was starting to get a complex by mid grading book after book Also, have you met me You know how I feel about starting a book six deep into a series Alas, all my worries were for nothing because this was one of the best books I ve picked up this year I m not sure how I ve missed out on Frieda Klein since 2012 but I m glad I discovered her I was so taken with this book that I immediately went online and placed a hold on the first in the series, Blue Monday, so that I can start from the beginning and work my way back up to this book and beyond.The blurb is vague and particular about what it allows you to know, and as such I won t be discussing the plot in detail as to not spoil any of the great twists or turns, but just WOW It s been quite some time since I have been this taken by a new crime series I find they are either action packed and lacking in the characters personal growth or vice versa Not so here Nicci French has cultivated not just one, but an entire group of characters in Klein and her posse to tickle the fancy of readers who crave gruesome, dark stories involving complex characters that really draw you in I can t imagine any reader who is a fan of UK crime fiction not enjoying this series Highly, HIGHLY recommended to those looking for dark, quirky thrillers with abounding mystery and suspense Please do yourself a favor and pick this up, regardless of where you live Many thanks to the publisher for providing my copy it was a pleasure to provide my honest thoughts here Dark Saturday by Nicci French is a 2017 William Morrow Paperbacks publication I love this series a littlewith each installment Frieda is asked to examine an old open and shut case, to satisfy the powers that be, that the case was handled properly But what she uncovers is a web of secrets and betrayals, which may have led to young Hannah Docherty s conviction, and eventual incarceration in a mental institution thirteen years ago Thetime Frieda spends with Hannah, she suspects her Dark Saturday by Nicci French is a 2017 William Morrow Paperbacks publication I love this series a littlewith each installment Frieda is asked to examine an old open and shut case, to satisfy the powers that be, that the case was handled properly But what she uncovers is a web of secrets and betrayals, which may have led to young Hannah Docherty s conviction, and eventual incarceration in a mental institution thirteen years ago Thetime Frieda spends with Hannah, she suspects her harsh treatment has lead to her current psychosis, which has spiraled into a dangerous mental state Was Hannah guilty of killing her family or was she the scapegoat The old gang is back, each making a small contribution on the way to Frieda s search for the truth But, there are also startling revelations about Frieda s stalker, which has everyone evenon edge than usual This is another absorbing and compelling chapter in this exceptional series I wasn t sure what the tone would be like after the events that transpired in the last installment, but the atmosphere remained at status quo, which was a huge relief I like the way Frieda is taking charge and becomingcomfortable with her sleuthing abilities This is a particularly difficult case, heart wrenching is many ways, with a surprise ending that completely caught me off guard I can t wait to see what s next for Frieda and her eclectic group of family and friends 4 stars 4 stars for a dark, intricate mystery Psychotherapist Frieda Klein is asked to meet with a woman convicted of murdering her family 13 years ago She reluctantly agrees because Walter Levin had done her a very big favor in the past and she owes him She does meet with Hannah Docherty and realizes that there are holes in the case against Hannah Frieda slowly peels back the complexities of the case to find out what really happened The real killer is desperate to keep this buried and killsp 4 stars for a dark, intricate mystery Psychotherapist Frieda Klein is asked to meet with a woman convicted of murdering her family 13 years ago She reluctantly agrees because Walter Levin had done her a very big favor in the past and she owes him She does meet with Hannah Docherty and realizes that there are holes in the case against Hannah Frieda slowly peels back the complexities of the case to find out what really happened The real killer is desperate to keep this buried and killspeople to do so This book 6 in the series and the relationship between Frieda and Walter was explained sufficiently for me to enjoy this book as a stand alone However, it would probably be better to read the series in order.The author bio explains that the author name is a pen name of Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, a husband wife team.I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway Thank You William Morrow Harper Collins and the authors

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