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Invisible Murder by Lene Kaaberbøl
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Sep 25, 12

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Read from August 15 to September 02, 2012

Danish Red Cross nurse, Nina Borg, is anything but cautious as she is called upon to help the needy, illegal, and downtrodden children around her.  In fact she goes into everything with a reckless abandon that continues to threaten her own family's well being.  After her involvement with THE BOY IN THE SUITCASE (first book in this series), her husband has 'forbidden'  her to get involved with her 'charity cases' while he goes off on his regular two week monthly job. Her fourteen year old daughter isn't helping either because of her rebellious goth stage at present.

Meanwhile, two poor Hungarian Roma boys are looking to find something, anything, that they can appropriate illegally to sell for big bucks.  They've managed to break into an abandoned Soviet military hospital.  They find something greater then they could possibly have imagined. Though they have no real idea what they've stumbled upon, a buyer is willing to pay an unbelievable price to acquire their plunder.  The boys are willing to to anything and everything, illegal or unethical, to get this item to the unknown buyer.

These two situations soon begin causing untold events that involve most of the law enforcement and federal agencies right in the middle of preparations for a World Summit. Nina and her underground medical attention to the needy, has actually escalated the emergency set off by the boy's illegal plunder.

Extremely sick people, presumed terrorist threats, and strange suspects develop into more and more of an emergency situation.  Nina has become unbelievably ill,  and her kids have become too involved for her husband to be willing to stay with her anymore.  The tension develops as everyone is trying to find the cause, perpetrators, and solutions before the Summit comes to Denmark.  Nina's involvement becomes more and more personal as her life, and the life of her friends and family is threatened.

Once again, the authors have written a tremendous fast passed thriller with surprising situations and solutions.  Another winner for these authors as the reader gets more involved in nurse Nina's exploits!
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