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Only One Life

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“Louise Rick is back and she finds herself on temporary reassignment to the Unit One Mobile Task Force. When a fisherman discovers the body of a young immigrant girl floating in a cove just north of the Danish town of Holbæk, the mobile task force is called in to lead the case, supported by the local police. With no obvious signs of violence or any clues to her identity, the team realise that solving this case may not be all that straightforward. Their first breakthrough comes sooner than they expect when a teenage girl – Dicta Møller – turns up at the police station claiming she may know the identity of the victim, but a positive ID brings with it a whole set of new problems. The family of the victim, Samra al-Abd, is initially reluctant to co-operate with the investigation, which only fuels speculation within the team that the girl may have been the victim of an honour killing. If you enjoyed Call Me Princess, or happen to be a fan of Camilla Lackberg’s books, then you certainly won’t be disappointed by Only One Life.”

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