Silent is the Forest by Gisa Klonne. Published by Bonnier

Police detective Judith Krieger has been struggling with her demons for years, now, with the discovery of a decomposed body in the forest, she knows she has one last chance to save her career. But she lets the case, and the victim get too close, and begins losing control of her personal as well as professional life. I love books where the protagonist is seriously, if not fatally flawed. Judith, who can’t sleep, stop smoking, or stop looking over her shoulder is a new favorite. A complex mystery with a dynamite heroine. Kudos

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