This book is the worst of serie about Frieda. So much that authors make Frieda to want to disappear.
Frieda Klein is the perfect example of someone who does not "act right" according to "norms". Instead of getting all crazy when she's afraid and when dead people show up under her floorboards she becomes calm. That's just Frieda being Frieda. She is a unique and engaging character. She is what makes this series so great. When characters shine, plot lines do not worry me much. In this installment she reminds me a bit of Harry Potter trying to convince everyone that Voldemort is back. Frieda finally convinces more people that Dean Reeve did not die. Dean is not her main concern in this book though, it's another murderer trying to insert himself in the Dean/Frieda "relationship". With Frieda and pals on the job he does not have much of a chance.
I always enjoy the latest Frieda Klein mystery with her entourage of family and friends. Highly recommend. Kristi & Abby Tabby
Who the heck wrote the PW review? From another dimension. This is riveting.
Long time readers of this series are going to be surprised at the direction of this outstanding seventh outing for Dr.Frieda Klein and her friends.
If you have read Saturday Requiem you know that Dean Reeves has left a grisly calling card for Frieda under her living room floor. Dean Reeves is a serial killer who has haunted Frieda's life for years as both a tormentor and a protector. Finally the police officially believe her about Reeves being alive and an all out search is launched for him.
Unfortunately this does not keep her friends and loved ones safe. I say friends and loved ones, but in Frieda's world they are one and the same.
Frieda's friend Sasha was out of the picture visiting her father. (Yay!) It me drove me crazy about Frieda, forgiving Sasha. I wonder if Karlsson ever could. Oh wait, these are fictional characters. Darn, I did it again, got sucked back into Frieda's world.
I'm not going to waste too much time on how this is such a good book and the characters, plot, pacing, setting etc etc are as good as always. I'll make an exception in writing a bit about Frieda, as even two people who know her well find it necessary to warn the investigating officer that Frieda is different. Her demeanor is usually taken as cold and indifferent by those who don't know her well, whereas first impressions could not be more wrong concerning Frieda.
This has been an outstanding series, but I have no problem seeing this book being read as a standalone.
However, do yourself a pleasure and go back to Monday. No reason to deprive yourself of this original series.
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