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The Chestnut Man

The Chestnut Man

Sveistrup, Søren, 1968- author; Melén, Charlotte, narrator

On a blistery autumn morning Rosa Hartung returns to her job as Minister for Social Affairs, a year after the dramatic disappearance of her 12-year-old daughter. Linus Berger, a mentally disturbed young man, confessed to her killing, but claims he can't remember where he buried her dismembered corpse. That same day Rosa returns to Parliament, a young mother is found murdered at her home in the suburbs of Copenhagen - she's been tortured, and one hand has been cut off. Detectives Thulin and Hess, sent to investigate the crime, arrive to find a figure made of chestnut hanging from a nearby playhouse. When yet another woman is murdered, and another chestnut figure is found, Thulin and Hess begin to suspect that there's a connection between the previously closed Hartung case and the new recent victims

CD, CD, Audiobook. English. Fiction in Translation. Audiobooks. Suspense fiction. Thriller.
Published London: Penguin Audiobooks, 2019
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Søren Sveistrup
ISBN: 1405941405, 9781405941402
Note: Translated from the Danish.
Performers: Narrated by Charlotte Melén.
Physical Description: 11 CDs (810 min.) : digital, stereo