November 2013 Indie Next List
“Kaaberbol and Friis are back with Danish Red Cross nurse Nina Borg, after her misadventures in The Boy in the Suitcase. This time, Nina has been following the case of Natasha Doroshenko, a Ukrainian woman who originally arrived at the crisis center in an attempt to leave her abusive Danish fiance. Now under arrest for his murder, Natasha escapes her police guard to get back to her young daughter who is also at the crisis center. As with the first novel, the pace is quick, there are surprises around every corner, and Nina is an imperfect hero, which makes her all the more appealing.”
— Mary Fran Buckley, Eight Cousins, Falmouth, MA
About the Author
Lene KaaberbOl was fifteen years old when her first two books were published, and since then she has written more than thirty novels and children's books. She has won several national and international awards for her fiction, and her work has been translated into more than thirty languages. The coauthor of "The Boy in the Suitcase", "Invisible Murder", and "Death of a Nightingale", she was nominated for the Hans Christian Andersen Medal and lives near Aarhus, Denmark.
Elisabeth Kallick Dyssegaard has translatted numerous R&S titles into English, including "Oink, Oink Benny, Mini Mia and her Darling Uncle "and "When Owen's Mom Breathed Fire."