The Mirror Man By Lars Kepler

The Mirror Man By Lars Kepler


Five years ago, Jenny Lind was abducted on her way home from school.

Now her lifeless body is found hanging in a playground. But there is no evidence and only one witness – a man who cannot remember what he saw.

With Detective Joona Linna and the police scrambling to find a lead, another girl goes missing. And as they close in on the killer, they discover that the Mirror Man’s crimes are more shocking than they ever could have imagined . . .

My Thoughts:

This is book eight in the Joona Linna series and even though I have not read any of the others, I feel as though these books can be read as a standalone. I thought the plot sounded interesting and I was looking forward to finding out all about Detective Joona Linna, but for me it did not hold my attention enough, it is quite a sizeable read, which I normally would relish but I just wanted to get through it and finish it. I did like Detective Joona Linna and how he is on the hunt for a elusive serial killer, he definitely takes a lot of risks that come with consequences. Some parts of the story tell some horrific and disturbing scenes that really got to me. Unfortunately not a series I would continue with.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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