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Tuesday's Gone (Frieda Klein #2)

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“Blue Monday leaves readers with the promise of intriguing tales to come” —People (four-star review)

Internationally bestselling authors Nicci Gerard and Sean French, writing as Nicci French, have sold more than eight million copies of their books worldwide. But nothing they’ve written written before has grabbed the attention of reviewers and readers like Blue Monday and it
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Paperback, Australian Edition, 456 pages
Published July 19th 2012 by Penguin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Bettie☯
The London Stone behind its Victorian grill. Cannon Street.

Description: In Tuesday’s Gone, a London social worker makes a routine home visit only to discover her client serving afternoon tea to a naked, decomposing corpse. With no clues as to the dead man’s identity, Chief Inspector Karlsson again calls upon Frieda for help. She discovers that the body belongs to Robert Poole, con man extraordinaire. But Frieda can’t shake the feeling that the past isn’t done with her yet. Did someone kill Pool
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Chrissa Vasileiou
Aug 07, 2016 Chrissa Vasileiou rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mystery-crime
Η δεύτερη περιπέτεια της Φρίντα Κλάιν έρχεται απλά να επιβεβαιώσει πως το σούπερ δίδυμο των Nicci French έχει πολλά ακόμα να δώσει στα βιβλία του με τη συγκεκριμένη ηρωίδα!

Άλλη μια υπόθεση δολοφονίας,με την αστυνομία να αναζητεί τον ένοχο και να ζητάει ξανά την επαγγελματική συνδρομή της Φρίντα,ως ψυχαναλύτριας. Άλλη μια σωρεία στοιχείων,μπερδεμένων και αποπροσανατολιστικών,που απαιτούν ένα έξυπνο μυαλό για να ξεδιαλέξει. Το γνωστό μοτίβο της αναζήτησης,των πολλών ανατροπών και των προσωπικών πρ
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Anna
Jan 24, 2016 Anna rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Η δεύτερη περιπέτεια της Φρίντα Κλάιν, η οποία είναι ψυχοθεραπεύτρια και συνεργάζεται με την αστυνομία για τη διερεύνηση εγκλημάτων. Η συνεργασία βέβαια προκέκυψε περισσότερο κατά λάθος, παρά την επεδίωξε κάποια πλευρά.

Το βιβλίο, λοιπόν, αφορά στο έγκλημα που διερευνά η αστυνομία, όταν το πτώμα ενός άντρα βρίσκεται στο σπίτι μιας γυναίκας με ψυχικές διαταραχές, μετά από έλεγχο της κοινωνικής υπηρεσίας. Οι αποκαλύψεις για την ταυτότητα του νεκρού και τη δράση του είναι σοκαριστικές, μάλιστα κάπο
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Vaso
Jun 02, 2015 Vaso rated it really liked it
Το δεύτερο βιβλίο της σειράς είναι το ίδιο αν όχι καλύτερο από το πρώτο!!!
Το συστήνω ανεπιφύλακτα....
Julie
Tuesday’s Gone by Nicci French is a 2012 Penguin Group publication.

“Monday’s like jumping into ice-cold water, but you get a shock of excitement. On Tuesday you’re still in the water but the shock has worn off and you’re just cold.”

This second book in the Frieda Klein series finds the psychologist involved in a disturbing case centered around a mentally ill woman who had been keeping a dead man in her residence. When it becomes clear the man was murdered, Frieda officially becomes a consultant
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Katerina
Aug 07, 2015 Katerina rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
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Nicki Markus
Mar 12, 2015 Nicki Markus rated it it was amazing
I actually enjoyed this book a great deal more than Blue Monday, the first in the series. I think that was because the storyline in this one appealed to me more and also the main characters were established and you knew what to expect and how they'd act. There was also more development of Frieda's character in this book and I liked that additional information on her background as it made her actions and feeling make more sense.

I thought the pacing of this book was excellent and there was never a
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Γιώτα Παπαδημακοπούλου
Περίμενα με μεγάλη ανυπομονησία το νέο βιβλίο της Nicci French, ένα καλλιτεχνικό ψευδώνυμο πίσω από το οποίο βρίσκεται το συγγραφικό, και όχι μόνο, ζεύγος, Nicci Gerrard και Sean French, και είμαι βεβαία πως όσοι έχετε διαβάσει το "Blue Monday", συμμερίζεστε το πάθος μου για την πένα τους/της. Και αυτό γιατί, τόσο το "Blue Monday", όσο και το νέο βιβλίο των περιπετειών της ψυχοθεραπεύτριας Φρίντα Κλάιν με τίτλο, "Tuesday's Gone", δεν είναι ένα ακόμα απλό, κοινότυπο αστυνομικό μυθιστόρημα αλλά, ...more
Shelleyrae at Book'd Out
Tuesday's Gone picks up around a year after the events of Blue Monday, which introduced psychiatrist Dr Frieda Klein who reluctantly became involved in a police investigation involving one of her clients and an abducted boy. In the midst of a cold London winter, DCI Karlsson asks Frieda to speak with a disturbed woman found caring for a naked, rotting corpse in her flat, unable to provide a coherent statement. Deciphering Michelle Doyce's rambling leads Freida and Karlsson's team to identify the ...more
Anne
May 27, 2012 Anne rated it it was amazing
I’ve long been a big fan of the Nicci French writing partnership – they were writing psychological thrillers long before their current popularity, good stories well told with strong female lead characters (my particular favourites are Killing Me Softly, Beneath the Skin and the wonderful Secret Smile). But I was disappointed in the last two or three before this series started. Psychotherapist Dr Frieda Klein has given them a new and original angle, and this series is shaping up really nicely – I ...more
GreekReaders
Jul 13, 2016 GreekReaders rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Το δεύτερο βιβλίο της σειράς με τις περιπέτειας της Φρίντα Κλάιν δεν σε αφήνει καθόλου παραπονεμένο. Αντιθέτως! Ο λόγος ρέει γρήγορα, η ιστορία "τρέχει", χωρίς να κάνει "κοιλιά" ούτε στιγμή. Το μυστήριο καλύπτει τη μεγαλύτερη έκταση της υπόθεσης, ως οφείλει άλλωστε, για να φτάσει στη σωστά προσαρμοσμένη κορύφωση της αγωνίας και την τελική αποκάλυψη της αλήθειας. 5 αστέρια από εμένα!

Υ.Γ Εάν έχεις σκοπό να διαβάσεις ΚΑΠΟΙΟ βιβλίο της σειράς, η συμβουλή μου είναι να αρχίσεις με το πρώτο (βλέπε Blue
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notgettingenough
Sep 07, 2015 notgettingenough rated it really liked it
Shelves: crime-fiction
Nicci French is my speed.

Not that I'm addicted by any means (as I surely would be if I tried the pharmaceutical).

It kept me awake. Honestly, if you knew how few things do that, you'd understand why that impresses me.

I read this in a day. Why a book like this has to be 450 pages long is beyond me, but they zip along, the complaint is by the bye.

I haven't read the first of this series and I don't think I will read any more either. But I object to this business of suckering in the reader with story
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Melaszka
May 28, 2013 Melaszka rated it liked it
This book exemplifies both everything I love and everything I hate about the writing of Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. They're brilliant at suspense - lots of surprising twisty twists that grip you from the start and keep you turning the pages. What they're less good at is construction and methodical cluing - the villains in this case were both blatantly obvious from the weirdness of their behaviour from the moment they appeared onpage and unsatisfyingly underwritten and undermotivated. It's ...more
Helen Laycock
Jun 03, 2013 Helen Laycock rated it really liked it
Shelves: thriller
For some time I have been reading mediocre thrillers which are rather like watery soup, so it was a refreshing change to get my teeth again into something produced by the Nicci French duo. Not a word is wasted.

If any writer wants to know how to create an opening chapter, then look no further. There is no choice. You HAVE to read on. I flew through this book. Over and over, I promised myself 'just one more chapter', but one glance at the next, and I was off again.

I had read Blue Monday - a long t
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Linda
Nov 08, 2015 Linda rated it really liked it
Shelves: audio-only
Just what I needed after slogging through a few books that didn't grab me.
A good murder mystery set in London, it kept me interested throughout.

I recommend reading Blue Monday first. There are some threads that carry through this book and presumably the next. Frieda is a psychotherapist and police consultant who is good at her job, but is hiding from her own demons. The slow reveal of her character is an interesting subtext to a somewhat traditional whodunit/police procedural.
Bree T
Aug 21, 2012 Bree T rated it really liked it
Shelves: crime, suspense, series, arc
It’s been over a year since Frieda Klein worked the police case with DCI Malcolm Karlsson. In that time she’s gone back to her normal life, being a therapist to her patients, keeping up with her niece Chloe and trying resolutely not to think of Sandy, the lover who went to America. Then all of a sudden, Karlsson shows up, asking for her help again.

A routine visit from Social Services led to an utterly grim discovery. A woman who had been released from psychiatric care without any real diagnosis
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Christina (A Reader of Fictions)
Ordinarily, I'm not much for mystery novels, and I read them only infrequently, since otherwise I get really bored with the predictable plotting, though it's not like romance stories are any less predictable and I still read those by the dozens. It may not make much logical sense, but this is how I feel. Anyway, I accepted a review request for the first book in this series, Blue Monday, sort of on a whim, and was surprised to find how much I enjoyed it. Tuesday's Gone steps up the tension of the ...more
Kaethe
Events in this volume follow pretty much immediately after those of Blue Monday. There's a brief recap to refresh your memory if you're reading them a year apart as they were published, and again in the next one, but I'd strongly recommend gobbling them all up back-to-back.

Freida Klein is a complicated character. She's amazingly private, but not cold, and other people appreciate her kindness, sensitivity, and good advice. In her orbit there's a sister-in-law and teenaged niece, her mentor, the c
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Clare
Review to follow.
Mike Gabor
Jul 25, 2013 Mike Gabor rated it really liked it
Shelves: british-mystery
The second book in the Freida Klien series. The story opens with a social worker visiting the flat of one of her mentally ill patients, Michelle Doyce. All appears well at first but then when Michelle mentions she is entertaining someone and the social worker looks in on the guest the mystery begins. It seems as though Michelle has been serving tea and buns to a dead man for the last few days. He's sitting propped up on the couch, completely naked and his middle finger is missing. With Michelle ...more
Gary
Aug 27, 2016 Gary rated it liked it
The 2nd book in the Frieda Klein series by the husband and wife writers Nicci Gerard and Sean French.
In my opinion unlike a lot of other books from series this book must be read after "Blue Monday" to make any sense. I did enjoy the book but I didn't feel it lived up to the high standards of the first book. I will certainly continue to read not only other books in this series but other novels written by this pair.
Jenny Ko
Aug 23, 2015 Jenny Ko rated it really liked it
Πολυ ευχαριστο αναγνωσμα, δε με απογοητευσε καθολου η Φριντα Κλαιν, με χαρα θα διαβασω και το επομενο βιβλιο της σειρας.
ilse
Oct 10, 2012 ilse rated it liked it
Graag gelezen en ik weet nu al dat ik het vervolg zal lezen.
Alleen die dt fout op pagina 234 (ik las de Nederlandstalige versie). Foei, foei en dat voor een literaire thriller.
Chloe
Oct 18, 2016 Chloe rated it liked it
This was an involved story. It felt like a marathon to read.
But, on the other hand, I loved the twist - I did NOT guess "who dunnit" ... and I like that :)
Vichy
Η Φρίντα συνειδητοποιεί την παγίδα που έχει στήσει σε όλους ο Ντιν Ριβ, παίρνοντας τη θέση του Άλαν αλλά δεν έχει αποδείξεις. Όλο το μυθιστόρημα στοιχειώνεται από την απειλή του στη ζωή της Φρίντα. Το πτώμα της Κάθι Ρίπον ξεβράζεται από τους υπονόμους.
Ο Κάρλσον ζητά τη βοήθεια της Φρίντα όταν το πτώμα ενός άγνωστου άντρα σε προχωρημένη σήψη βρίσκεται στο σπίτι της ψυχικά διαταραγμένης Μισέλ Ντόις. Κι ενώ όλοι θα ήθελαν να κλείσουν την υπόθεση εύκολα και γρήγορα, η Φρίντα επιμένει ότι η Μισέλ δε
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Jill
Apr 17, 2013 Jill rated it liked it
This is the second book in the detective/psychological thriller series featuring psychotherapist Dr. Frieda Klein, who is the occasional collaborator of London Detective Chief Inspector Malcolm Karlsson. There is no romantic involvement between the two, although not for want of enthusiasm among readers for the match-up.

When the story opens, a social worker discovers a mentally ill woman tending to a decaying corpse. The ill woman doesn’t seem to get that the man is dead, and so she isn’t the bes
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Brenda
Jul 15, 2012 Brenda rated it really liked it
This is my first Nicci French novel, and I will definitely read more!

When a department of health woman visits Michelle Doyce for the first time in quite a long time, she didn’t expect to find a naked corpse sitting up on her sofa, being served a cup of tea, surrounded by swarms of flies. The body also had no identification whatsoever, plus a missing finger, which had only recently been removed. Michelle, in her extremely confused state, was looking after him, and could offer no other explanation
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Wal.li
Mar 09, 2014 Wal.li rated it it was amazing
Augen zu und durch

Oft sieht sich Frieda Klein genötigt, genau nach diesem Motto zu handeln. Und auch ihre zweite Zusammenarbeit mit der Polizei verlangt ihr einiges ab.
Eine Sozialarbeiterin soll nachschauen wie es einer vor kurzem aus dem Krankenhaus entlassenen Patientin geht. Entsetzt stellt sie fest, dass die Kranke mit einem Toten zusammenlebt, den sie schon seit etlichen Tagen bei sich haben muss. Inspector Karlsson bittet Frieda inoffiziell um Hilfe, da er und seine Kollegen keinen Zugang
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Bonnie
Aug 16, 2016 Bonnie rated it it was amazing
Nicci French, author of Blue Monday, follows her debut novel with another scintillating read with Frieda Klein as the psychotherapist who can delve into people's minds, even the ones she is terrified to know. In making a routine home visit, a social worker discovers her psychotic client, Michelle Doyce, serving tea to a naked, decomposing corpse covered in flies. With no clues to the man's identity, Detective Chief Inspector Karlsson once again calls on the brilliant psychotherapist Frieda Klein ...more
Sandie
Jun 12, 2013 Sandie rated it it was amazing
When a social worker goes on a routine home visit to check on a client, she receives a massive shock. The client, Michelle Doyle, offers her tea and shows her to the sitting room where the social worker discovers the body of a man, obviously dead for a while. Michelle seems to think nothing is wrong.

Put into a hospital, the police are baffled about Michelle. The man was murdered. Did Michelle do that, or was this body just another symptom of the obvious hoarding disorder Michelle's home gives e
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Note: (Nicci Gerrard and Sean French also write separately.)

Nicci Gerrard was born in June 1958 in Worcestershire. After graduating with a first class honours degree in English Literature from Oxford University, she began her first job, working with emotionally disturbed children in Sheffield. In that same year she married journalist Colin Hughes.

In the early eighties she taught English Literature
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Frieda Klein (6 books)
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  • Waiting for Wednesday (Frieda Klein, #3)
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