By David Cobb,Frederick Wiegand
By David Cobb,Frederick Wiegand
By Karin Slaughter,Ineke Lenting
'Thema's, krachtig, rauw en empathisch' Volkskrant
WILL TRENT is terug!
Het is de verraderlijkste zaak uit zijn carrière. Dat beseft Will Trent zodra hij het verlaten pakhuis in Atlanta binnengaat, en het dode lichaam van een ex-politieagent aantreft.
Van het lijk lopen bloederige voetsporen weg die erop wijzen dat een ander, mogelijk vrouwelijk slachtoffer, is meegenomen... om vervolgens spoorloos te verdwijnen. Het pakhuis is eigendom van een beroemde basketbalspeler - een lokale held die de duurste advocaten heeft ingehuurd, en die een aanklacht wegens verkrachting heeft weten te ontduiken.
Voor Will - en voor patholoog-anatoom Sara Linton - wordt het nóg erger. Een vondst op de plaats delict onthult een verband met Wills ingewikkelde verleden... de gevolgen zullen zijn leven overhoop halen en ook dat van zijn dierbaren, zijn collega's en de mensen op wie hij jacht maakt.
Verborgen is de ongekend spannende terugkeer van de Queen of Crime naar
haar populairste serie, met Will Trent in de hoofdrol.
'Een echte ouderwetse Karin Slaughter.' - Ineke Lenting, vertaler
'Vakmanschap.' - NRC
'Thema's, karakters, plot, stijl: krachtig, rauw en empathisch.' -
'Waanzinnig goed.' - Twan Huys
By Johann Docquin
By Sharon Ritz
By Kate White,Rasha Khayat
By Etienne St-Denis
« Quelques flashs flous auxquels je ne comprends pas grand-chose. Des lumières, des formes qui bougent, perdues dans un brouillard noir et épais comme de los angeles mélasse. Quelques instants ou toute une éternité, quelle différence, quelle significance, puisque je ne peux y trouver un sens ni faire l. a. différence. Aucune sensation, pas de place. Pas d'environnement. los angeles seule selected qui compte, c'est que je peux réfléchir. Des lumières, ou plutôt des impressions de lumières. Je ferme les yeux, il n'y a pas de différence. Ça ne me surprend pas tellement. Peut-être que les lumières sont dans ma tête. Je suis déjà venu. Je reviendrai sûrement. C'est sure. Mais c'est difficile de savoir quand. C'est différent à chaque fois. los angeles première fois, j'étais complètement désorienté et je ne savais pas quoi faire ; j'étais sans repères. Je n'avais pas d'indice. C'était los angeles première fois, c'était ma naissance. Ma mort. » Le narrateur est confronté à une problématique de taille : remark faire sa vie quand on est hanté par l. a. mort ? Mélangeant les genres, flirtant avec le fantastique, adaptant les types d'écriture à l'évolution de son personnage, Etienne St-Denis livre un roman psychologique troublant qui happe le lecteur à l'image de son héros en sursis, jusqu'à son ultimate résonnant longtemps en mémoire.
By Sienna Lea
Kingsgate Psychiatric Hospital,
Kingsgate, New Zealand
My again used to be grew to become whilst my sufferer set hearth to his fingers. He should have wrapped them within the tissue I continue for teary-eyed sufferers after which grabbed for my lighter.
He used to be going to be my first amazing luck “down under.” I, Dr. Natalie Stearn, feminist American psychologist, was once going to revolutionize New Zealand’s psychological wellbeing and fitness System.
A radiant healer of immeasurable love, my mentor, Shemura, had simply received a study supply after wonderful the Viennese psychoanalyst’s conference along with her marvelous effects. She left Freud’s apostles howling on the moon, curing psychosis with contact, compassion and her radical discovery of the sector of Emotional Intelligence! I had her in a foreign country possessed by means of an unnamed obsession to be her subsequent protégé.
After Europe we traveled worldwide, assembly impassioned girls in every single place able to unfasten the corsets of patriarchal restraint. Generations of bottled up knowledge have been approximately to catapult a global switch. She used to be imperative to it, birthing a brand new psychology that wedded technology to soul, ushering in love because the lacking link.
Because of her, the Kingsgate Psychiatric health center depended on me with Riley, their long term psychotic who spoke purely in gibberish. He was once a clumsy adolescent who ambled backwards, nervously hiding in his deepest international of nonsense rhymes. when they took him off his drugs, the tidal wave of his prior abuse begged for expression.
For days and nights I cradled him as he transited torture. We have been uncooked together with his psyche’s exertions pains, shaming the general employees who prayed our round the clock vigil used to be to not be of their destiny. After seventy-two hours he spoke his first coherent phrases of a lifetime.
“Don’t you return close to me, you son of a complain. You bastard, I’ll by no means allow you to damage me again!” he shouted, his eyes staring immediately into mine. I enjoyed each syllable of his foul-mouthed announcement of independence. Freedom’s ring was once candy, whether it did chime out with profanity.
He used to be a special individual after that, talking quietly, his regular eyes made up our minds to courageous the riptides of terror that had held him mute. Like a baby he lay in my fingers, starting himself heroically to the sensations of his restored life.
Then, once we had unlocked this overall tenderness he so deeply wanted, I felt an indescribable strength stand up in my physique, like a fiery beast hungry for a while. i wished to ceremonial dinner on his clean innocence, to fill myself along with his purity. He observed the terrible starvation in my eyes. It used to be adequate to make him retreat again into his vacant world.
This isn't what occurred while Shemura healed. She grew to become herself much more right into a love-being. I had desired to consume him. by no means in my existence had I felt whatever so evil. My betrayal soaking wet him in blood and incest, returning him to the nightmare of his father’s lust. As I became to flee the complete effect of what I had performed, he lit himself on fireplace. His screams of agony stuffed the ward.
“Oh Christ, he’s burning up!” the safety safeguard shouted, breaking in and dousing the boy with hearth retardant. The nurses injected him with a horse-strength tranquilizer, however it did not anything to quell his unbelievable ache. His departing stare bore a gap in my lifetime of unexplored depths. within the hopes of getting to know to what function I’d became this darkish goddess, I close down my perform and again to the States. This manuscript is the chronicle of my investigation.
By Gail Jensz
'I keep in mind Jessie conserving me just about him on these days we sought safe haven in his bed room together,' she recollects unfortunately while having reluctantly, nervously, stepped again in to the strong international of Race Wyre, the daddy of Jessie and his brothers Johnnie and Jack.
It seems to be little has replaced. The relations tragedies and misunderstandings, the hatred Meredith recollects and that had so usually surfaced violently within the Wyre loved ones, threaten now to damage the approaching marriage of Race Wyre to a detailed buddy of her past due mom. Meredith struggles to return to phrases together with her personal stories too. She nonetheless sees herself as a sufferer - as a lot a sufferer as she believed Jessie after which Johnnie, to be.
But no longer all is what it seems...
By John Henry,Paul Martin
A richly illustrated tale from the consideration days of passenger go back and forth at the nice Lakes.
For a long time Canada Steamship traces proclaimed itself because the world’s greatest transportation corporation working on inland waters. Its passenger and freight vessels may be discovered at the nice Lakes as some distance west as Duluth, Minnesota, and as a long way east because the decrease St. Lawrence River.
The passenger steamers have been identified jointly because the nice White Fleet. those ships – from day-excursion vessels to well-appointed cruise ships – had wealthy histories. The sheer scope of those passenger prone have been a ask yourself to behold. No fewer than fifty one steamers comprised the passenger fleet on the company’s inception in 1913, and its community of routes was once amazing.
This is the tale of the liked steamers of the good White Fleet from 1913–65, while the passenger vessels stopped working. approximately part a century after the final passenger boats sailed, this e-book will offer a window right into a magnificent misplaced approach of life.
By Richard Waltner
The couple spends such a lot in their loose time jointly and their love for every different in simple terms grows deeper. Heidi, anxious she may well run into certainly one of her consumers, and scared of the impression it is going to have on their dating concludes that she needs to inform Rob approximately her prior. Rob, even though deeply wounded concludes that his love for Heidi is simply too nice and prostitute or now not, he'll no longer provide her up. while he compares his sexual adventure with Heidi’s, he's compelled to confront uncertainties and anxieties he has no longer confronted sooner than. Heidi, with in simple terms restricted good fortune, does her top to guarantee Rob that his fears and anxieties are unwarranted.
The couple reveals marital bliss which in simple terms intensifies in the course of their 3 years jointly until eventually, that's, Heidi informs Rob she is returning to her career as a choice lady. Then all hell breaks free.
during this poignant love tale, those that couldn't be extra aside of their specialist backgrounds embark on an not likely love affair that without notice, involves an abrupt finish. Love is changed with hatred which ends up in either studying the reality not just approximately one another, but additionally approximately themselves. finally love proves to be way more enduring than hatred and a love which hasn't ever cooled once more characterizes Rob’s and Heidi’s marriage.