The names of the teachers sound Scandinavian to me and the name Christiania underneath brought back memories of Christiania when we were there a few years ago. (Christiania is a long established hippie colony in the middle of Kopenhagen).
This was a graphic story so be prepared for that, not only the murders but the ER trauma procedures. Despite that, it’s a well written police procedural and mystery along with the medical. The characters are well defined, flaws and all. Moral and ethical issues abound and are dealt with honestly, not always delivering clear cut resolutions. Again, I could not put this down and has cost me a sleepless night so to speak.
That's what Detective Sam Navarro needs to find out...fast. As a cop, he knows better than to become attached to the woman he's trying to protect. But as a man...
With a nightmare unfolding around them, Sam and Nina decipher the stunning truth. Now they're at the mercy of a brilliant madman who plays for keeps...
I didn't enjoy this one so much as the first two, as this felt more like a love story. I don't like romances. I don't mind a romantic element, but this romance almost took over the whole story.
After that I found this on my Kindle and couldn't remember why I had bought it, so I started reading:
Old friends and new readers alike will enjoy Deadly Proof, this fourth installment of the cozy Victorian San Francisco Mystery series that blends light romance, suspense, and a glimpse into the lives of late 19th century women who worked.
He tried to show neutrality among the Palestinian factions, but could not help but show his prejudice against Hamas as describing suicide attacks instead of martyrdom.