Little Sister

Little Sister

Book - 2016
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Kim and Mia Timmers were ten years old when they were accused of murdering the rest of their family and the lead singer of the world famous band, The Cupids. The evidence seemed irrefutable at the time, and the sisters, who have been in a Marken institution for ten years, are now due for release. Pieter Vos, DI in the Amsterdam police, is given cause to re-open the case when the girls disappear along with a nurse who was supposed to escort them to a half-way house in Amsterdam. As the police investigation continues, it soon becomes evident that there is more than meets the eye at Marken, and senior staff at the institution are beginning to panic as they fear certain secrets might come to light. Even Vos's boss, De Groot, seems to have something to hide which is relevant to this case. When the dead body of the nurse washes up on the beach at Marken, and the case takes a different turn as the various band members are implicated in the murders, it becomes clear that someone is posing as the third sister, Little Jo, who died ten years ago. Who is it, and is there a cover-up at a higher level to protect those in power?
Publisher: London : Macmillan, 2016
ISBN: 9781509800735
Branch Call Number: MY HEWS
Characteristics: 438 pages


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This author seems to focus on sex crimes, especially against minors. He over-writes information, so it feels like he is just writing filler. Worse, he lets us know that the inspector was given a tip or has a hunch but he does not let the reader know so we are not being given a fair shake and moving through the mystery. Everyone knows the clue except the reader.
This is my 3rd book by this author but i will not read anything else by him.

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