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De verdenking by Michael Robotham
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Jun 26, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: bookcrossing, books-i-own, crime-thrillers-espionage, dutch_language
Recommended for: all lovers of a good crime / thriller novel
Read from July 04 to 11, 2010 — I own a copy , read count: once

I liked this book very much. At first it seemed to me like the story was going nowhere in particular. A psychologist, who more or less denies having Parkinson's, happily married, one daughter. He tells a little white lie and form that point on it all goes downhill.
He is a supsect in a murder case he did not comit (or so he says). Evidence however tells a different story.
More murders are committed and h has no clue why a person would want to let him take the blame for it all.

Untill he starts to dig in the past. His past, but also that of one of his patients. And little by little he finds out who does it, and why. And in the end there's a twist, that made me hold my breath...

I liked the way the author took me on the journey Joseph O'Laughlin started. I caught myself thinking along with him, not having a clue either who did it and, especially WHY and how to stop it all.

Like the other Robotham I read, I loved it! Surely recommended!

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Reading Progress

07/04/2010 page 80
19.0% "Very, very good! Caught me form the very first page!"
07/07/2010 page 200
47.0% "Too good to put down... too bad I have to from time to time!"

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