The Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead

Now the final book in this extraordinary series is here. And it's an ending you'll never forget. A decade ago, psychologist Frieda Klein was sucked into the orbit of Dean Reeve -- a killer able to impersonate almost anyone, a man who can disappear without a trace, a psychopath obsessed with Frieda herself. In the years since, Frieda has worked with -- and sometimes against - Now the final book in this extraordinary series is here. And it's an ending you'll never forget. A decade ago,...

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Title:The Day of the Dead
Author:Nicci French
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Genres:Thriller
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Number of Pages:416 pages pages

The Day of the Dead Reviews

  • Azita Rassi
    Jul 25, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

    A brilliant end to an amazing series. Thank you, authors. Thank you, Penguin Random House Australia, for not making us Aussies wait until July like the US and the UK :-) 8 books of top-notch crime! ...

    Eindelijk de afsluiting van de Frieda Klein serie lezen. Ik ben niet teleurgesteld, ook niet verrast. Maar spannend was het en je voelt Dean Reeve de hele tijd Frieda in de gaten houden. Ik vond het niet het spannendste en beste deel uit de serie, maar zeker een waardige afsluiting. ...

    For almost ten years, after having killed his twin brother, Dean Reeve, a dangerous psychopath, has been stalking psychologist Frieda Klein, killing people in her name, almost like an obsessive lover. For most of that time, Frieda was alone in the belief that Dean was still alive, even...

    The Day of the Dead - Nicci French   Read for the Darkest London square.    Nicci French books are a counter to all those serial killer/women in peril books: there are women in peril, but the women are the protagonists, not some guy coming in to save them. More recent authors in t...

    Though not quite as gripping as the first seven, I liked the last Frieda Klein volume just as well because I found the philosophical questions posited by the text very thought-provoking. Frieda remained true to her character to the end. So did the minor characters, but we see much less...

  • Barbara
    Aug 03, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

  • Kaethe
    Sep 02, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

    A brilliant end to an amazing series. Thank you, authors. Thank you, Penguin Random House Australia, for not making us Aussies wait until July like the US and the UK :-) 8 books of top-notch crime! ...

    Eindelijk de afsluiting van de Frieda Klein serie lezen. Ik ben niet teleurgesteld, ook niet verrast. Maar spannend was het en je voelt Dean Reeve de hele tijd Frieda in de gaten houden. Ik vond het niet het spannendste en beste deel uit de serie, maar zeker een waardige afsluiting. ...

    For almost ten years, after having killed his twin brother, Dean Reeve, a dangerous psychopath, has been stalking psychologist Frieda Klein, killing people in her name, almost like an obsessive lover. For most of that time, Frieda was alone in the belief that Dean was still alive, even...

    The Day of the Dead - Nicci French   Read for the Darkest London square.    Nicci French books are a counter to all those serial killer/women in peril books: there are women in peril, but the women are the protagonists, not some guy coming in to save them. More recent authors in t...

  • Tez
    May 07, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

    A brilliant end to an amazing series. Thank you, authors. Thank you, Penguin Random House Australia, for not making us Aussies wait until July like the US and the UK :-) 8 books of top-notch crime! ...

  • Lourdes Venard
    Jul 29, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

    A brilliant end to an amazing series. Thank you, authors. Thank you, Penguin Random House Australia, for not making us Aussies wait until July like the US and the UK :-) 8 books of top-notch crime! ...

    Eindelijk de afsluiting van de Frieda Klein serie lezen. Ik ben niet teleurgesteld, ook niet verrast. Maar spannend was het en je voelt Dean Reeve de hele tijd Frieda in de gaten houden. Ik vond het niet het spannendste en beste deel uit de serie, maar zeker een waardige afsluiting. ...

    For almost ten years, after having killed his twin brother, Dean Reeve, a dangerous psychopath, has been stalking psychologist Frieda Klein, killing people in her name, almost like an obsessive lover. For most of that time, Frieda was alone in the belief that Dean was still alive, even...

  • Luanne Ollivier
    Aug 14, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

  • Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews
    Jul 17, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

  • Barbara
    Apr 19, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

  • Ethan
    Jul 24, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

  • Malia
    Aug 12, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

  • Marjolein
    Apr 13, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

  • Ann Marie (Lit·Wit·Wine·Dine)
    Aug 11, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

  • Liz
    Jul 19, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

  • Heidi
    May 12, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

  • Carin
    Apr 21, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

  • Maureen
    Jul 17, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

  • Ilse
    May 10, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

  • Sherrie
    Oct 11, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

  • Deanna
    Sep 30, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

  • Dirk Wolf
    Jun 28, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

  • Martine Kortekaas
    Apr 19, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

  • Fariba Arjmand
    Jul 23, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

  • Michelle
    Jul 06, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

  • Sylvie Hofmans
    May 09, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

  • Nicole
    Jul 09, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

  • Ayala Levinger
    Jun 19, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

  • Ina
    Sep 09, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

  • Renske
    Apr 19, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

    A brilliant end to an amazing series. Thank you, authors. Thank you, Penguin Random House Australia, for not making us Aussies wait until July like the US and the UK :-) 8 books of top-notch crime! ...

    Eindelijk de afsluiting van de Frieda Klein serie lezen. Ik ben niet teleurgesteld, ook niet verrast. Maar spannend was het en je voelt Dean Reeve de hele tijd Frieda in de gaten houden. Ik vond het niet het spannendste en beste deel uit de serie, maar zeker een waardige afsluiting. ...

    For almost ten years, after having killed his twin brother, Dean Reeve, a dangerous psychopath, has been stalking psychologist Frieda Klein, killing people in her name, almost like an obsessive lover. For most of that time, Frieda was alone in the belief that Dean was still alive, even...

    The Day of the Dead - Nicci French   Read for the Darkest London square.    Nicci French books are a counter to all those serial killer/women in peril books: there are women in peril, but the women are the protagonists, not some guy coming in to save them. More recent authors in t...

    Though not quite as gripping as the first seven, I liked the last Frieda Klein volume just as well because I found the philosophical questions posited by the text very thought-provoking. Frieda remained true to her character to the end. So did the minor characters, but we see much less...

    This is the final book in the Frieda Klein series and it had a great ending. The Police are now taking Frieda seriously about Dean Reeve but it?s too little, too late for Frieda. Frieda is in hiding as she doesn?t want anyone close to her to be put in danger but soon someone st...

    Ik moest er echt even inkomen (lees: Lola), maar ik heb weer genoten van Frieda. Iets meer verwacht van de ontknoping misschien, maar een waardig slot. Ik ga haar missen. Misschien ga ik ook maar schaakwedstrijden naspelen en ?s nachts alleen door Londen wandelen. ...

  • Angelique
    May 10, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

    A brilliant end to an amazing series. Thank you, authors. Thank you, Penguin Random House Australia, for not making us Aussies wait until July like the US and the UK :-) 8 books of top-notch crime! ...

    Eindelijk de afsluiting van de Frieda Klein serie lezen. Ik ben niet teleurgesteld, ook niet verrast. Maar spannend was het en je voelt Dean Reeve de hele tijd Frieda in de gaten houden. Ik vond het niet het spannendste en beste deel uit de serie, maar zeker een waardige afsluiting. ...

  • Julie Lacey
    Sep 27, 2018

    This is the eighth, and much anticipated final book in the Frieda Klein series. It begins with a car running out of control down a north London high street. The man at the wheel is found to be dead - but sensationally, he?s actually been dead for a week! On Hampstead Heath, a s...

    I have to say, I was nervous about this book, the last in the series, because I wasn't sure I wanted it to end, or was wary how it would end. I won't summarize the plot, because it is difficult without revealing anything that would spoil the story, and I want other readers to experienc...

    After faithfully following the Frieda Klein series for years and becoming rather fond of this cool and composed fictional psychotherapist who has left a trail of bodies behind her over the course of the previous seven books, The Day of the Dead was one of my most anticipated new releas...

    I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. U.S. only. Entries close 8/17/18 11:59pm EST. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final book in the Freida Klein series. Though I've seen these books everywhere, I must confess that this is the first one I've read. Though it worked well as ...

    Earlier this year, I read Sunday Silence by Nicci French as part of a TLC Book Tour. Although I was jumping into the series with the penultimate book, I thoroughly enjoyed the read and was looking forward to seeing how the series ended. The promise of a showdown between heroine Frieda ...

    Frieda Kline is missing because she wants to be missing, and now Lola who is writing her dissertation has gone out of touch. Lola is writing a dissertation for her criminology class and wanted to write about Frieda and her involvement in police cases and her connection to Dean Ree...

    I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S OVER! It was one hell of a ride and I'm definitely going to miss my yearly Frieda Klein fix. For the last eight years there has always been a new Frieda book in March/April, but this was the final installment. It's over, I know it is, everything came to a close in ...

    Wauw ... wat een einde heeft dit schrijversduo aan deze reeks gegeven ... BAM, direct bij het begin van het boek zit je in het verhaal en het heeft me nooit meer los gelaten. Frieda Klein, ik ga je heel hard missen!! Ben zeer benieuwd wat dit schrijversduo in de toekomst nog voor ons ...

    Ik zal geen samenvatting geven, want die kun je hier al genoeg vinden. Om met de deur in huis te vallen: ik ben niet onder in de indruk van het laatste deel. Eerder genoot ik van de van alle frutsels ontdane schrijfstijl van Nicci French; met weinig woorden werd veel effect gesort...

    Ik vond dit niet het spannendste boek in de reeks maar wel het boek waar Dean Reeve meer aan bod komt. Op bepaalde ogenblikken vond ik het wel wat langdradig maar je blijft doorlezen omdat je zo benieuwd bent hoe dit zal aflopen. Wat ik wel jammer vindt is dat we nooit een antwoord zul...

    The protagonist Frieda Klein is missing for the first half of the book. Like Sherlock Holmes (and Moriarty), she has a nemesis, Dean Reeve, who is determined to kill her, and he has already murdered many in his determination to get to her. This plot device is one of my least favorite i...

    The Frieda Klein series was written in collaboration by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Day of the Dead is the eighth and final installment. I fell in love with the character of Frieda Klein when I read Blue Monday for the 2017 Pop Sugar Challenge (A Book with a day of the week ...

    Nicci French is the author of the Freida Klein series. Freida is an enigmatic psychologist who has drawn the interest of a serial killer named Dean Reeve. French has written seven previous books with this pair, each with a puzzling crime. The tension and danger has built over the cours...

    Wat heb ik toch weer genoten van de nieuwe Nicci French. Heel spijtig dat het de laatste Frieda Klein is, maar ik vond hem zeker één van de beste van de reeks. Al is het verhaal spannend, is het vooral het psychologische aspect dat hier weer een belangrijke rol speelt en dat is wat i...

    Heel.spannende laatste boek in de Klien reeks. Sublieme opbouwwaar alle oude bekenden de revue passeren . De spanning wordt opgebouwd en het verhaal wordt,gespijzigd met,verschillende doden. De spannende finale wordt gevolgd door een afkoeling . Zodat je terug kunt. Leven ...

    Normaal hou ik niet van thrillers, maar deze... ...

    Of all the heroins I have seen in books I like Frieda Klein best. She's smart, independent, self confident and kind. She's not pretentious. She's every thing I wish I could be. Also, I wish I could translate all the series, though I am sure I am too slow to finish them in this lifetim...

    The Day of the Dead The 8th and last book of the Frieda Klein serie! The Notorious Dean Reeve is getting closer and closer. Frieda is hiding from him - she's away from her loved ones. To pretent they get hurt or worse: killed by Dean Reeve. She is all on her own, trying not to...

    A rollercoaster of a book which kept me on the edge of my seat until the end. Sad that its the 8th and final book in the series, which has on the whole been a gripping set of books. Nothing will ever beat the ending of book 6! ...

    Wat een fantastisch boek. Woorden schieten tekort. Wow. 5*-plus. Ik kon het echt niet wegleggen, in een adem verslonden. ...

    I?ve been looking forward to this book since last summer when I realised there was an eighth book in this series rather than seven and it didn?t disappoint! I liked that this was a story in itself rather than just a tying up of loose ends. A great finale to a wonderful series! ...

    Solid finish to a brief series I enjoyed very much. I hope the author duo will come back with something new and as engaging. ...

    was nice fast read. trilling at the end. I haven't read the whole serie. ...

    A brilliant end to an amazing series. Thank you, authors. Thank you, Penguin Random House Australia, for not making us Aussies wait until July like the US and the UK :-) 8 books of top-notch crime! ...

    Eindelijk de afsluiting van de Frieda Klein serie lezen. Ik ben niet teleurgesteld, ook niet verrast. Maar spannend was het en je voelt Dean Reeve de hele tijd Frieda in de gaten houden. Ik vond het niet het spannendste en beste deel uit de serie, maar zeker een waardige afsluiting. ...

    For almost ten years, after having killed his twin brother, Dean Reeve, a dangerous psychopath, has been stalking psychologist Frieda Klein, killing people in her name, almost like an obsessive lover. For most of that time, Frieda was alone in the belief that Dean was still alive, even...

    The Day of the Dead - Nicci French   Read for the Darkest London square.    Nicci French books are a counter to all those serial killer/women in peril books: there are women in peril, but the women are the protagonists, not some guy coming in to save them. More recent authors in t...

    Though not quite as gripping as the first seven, I liked the last Frieda Klein volume just as well because I found the philosophical questions posited by the text very thought-provoking. Frieda remained true to her character to the end. So did the minor characters, but we see much less...

    This is the final book in the Frieda Klein series and it had a great ending. The Police are now taking Frieda seriously about Dean Reeve but it?s too little, too late for Frieda. Frieda is in hiding as she doesn?t want anyone close to her to be put in danger but soon someone st...