|Series:||Detective Pieter Vos|
Her death will haunt us forever. Now the price must be paid. Kim and Mia Timmers were just eleven years old when their family was killed. The sisters were accused of murdering the lead singer of a world-famous pop band in the Dutch fishing village of Volendam, believing him to be responsible for their family's deaths. The evidence seemed irrefutable at the time and the sisters were imprisoned in Marken, a local psychiatric institution. Now, ten years later, they are due for release. Pieter Vos, a detective with the Amsterdam police, is given cause to re-open the case when the girls disappear along with the nurse responsible for escorting them to a halfway house. When the nurse's corpse washes up on the beach at Marken, it becomes apparent that the institution holds the key to the investigation. And it seems that Vos's boss, De Groot, has something to hide which is relevant to the case. Then, the case takes an unexpected turn when it becomes clear that someone is posing as Little Jo - Kim and Mia's other sister - who was supposedly murdered along with their parents ten years ago ...
She had a voice which would come back to haunt them ...
Dark and atmospheric with breathless pacing Linwood Barclay When Hewson hits his stride it feels like you're being treated to a masterclass in crime writing. If you have a penchant for Euro-crime procedurals, The House of Dolls is an essential new series Crime Fiction Lover Dark and atmospheric with breathless pacing -- Linwood Barclay When Hewson hits his stride it feels like you're being treated to a masterclass in crime writing. If you have a penchant for Euro-crime procedurals, The House of Dolls is an essential new series Crime Fiction Lover
David Hewson is the author of ten novels in the highly acclaimed Detective Nic Costa series set mostly in Rome, which are currently being adapted for TV. He has also written thrillers set in Seville, the US and Venice, and he is the author to bring the highly acclaimed Danish TV crime drama The Killing to the literary marketplace. David's new detective crime series is set in Amsterdam and includes The House of Dolls and The Wrong Girl. Formerly a journalist working for the Sunday Times, The Times and the Independent, he lives in Kent.