I liked "Blue Monday", first book of the serie, and this one. "Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, not so much. Anyway, Frieda reminds me of a mannequin. There is an impression, that book was written in a hurry. London described as a large inhospitable warehouse.
I'd enjoy these books much more if Dean Reeve, Frieda's nemesis, were not part of them.
The latest in this series named for the days of the week involve psychotherapist Frieda Klein investigating the brutal murder of a family 13 years ago for which the teenage daughter was convicted and sentenced to a hospital for the criminally insane. Frieda is kind of a pawn in this story as the ones who commission her to investigate seem, by the end, to have already known the outcome at the start. I’m at a loss as to why they asked her to be involved. The crime itself was horribly mismanaged with tons of uninvestigated issues. The mystery is ok but it’s just another story that seems to paint the police as completely incompetent/criminal. Meanwhile there’s a small new wrinkle with the ongoing saga of Dean Reeve that may send Frieda off the deep end.
Only one thing to say about this series; it is the best out there. You must read the books in order. Believe me, this is one not to miss.
Such a good book leading into the fabulous Sunday Morning Coming Down.
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