Polsslag (2022)

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Speurder-kaptein Alek Strauss van die FSO word saam met sy span uitgeroep na ’n raaiselagtige moordtoneel. Die liggaam van ’n vrou is in ’n afgeleë bouval in Pretoria-Oos gevind. Advokaat Lynn Rawlins is skynbaar verwurg. Teen die muur staan in bloed geskrywe: Sprich nichts Böses.

Doktor Nadiya Patel, forensiese sielkundige, is vas oortuig die moordenaar se modus operandi is ’n waarskuwing dat nog lewens in gevaar is.

’n Meesleurende spanningsroman deur Marie Lotz, die skrywer van Roofdier.

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Speurder-kaptein Alek Strauss van die FSO word saam uitgeroep na 'n raaiselagtige moordtoneel. Die liggaam van 'n vrou is in 'n bouval in Pretoria-Oos gevind. Advokaat Lynn Rawlins is skynbaar verwurg. Teen die muur staan in bloed geskrywe: Sprich nichts Böses.

Doktor Nadiya Patel, forensiese sielkundige, is vas oortuig die moordenaar se modus operandi is 'n waarskuwing dat nog lewens in gevaar is.

'n Paar maande tevore, in Sandton, sukkel juweliersontwerper Marlia Heystek om kop bo water te hou. Haar driejarige dogtertjie is 'n handvol, en so ook haar baas, Rhyno Weidemann. Sy en Rhyno is besig met die afronding van die Waffe-reeks wat wapens in juweliersware vergestalt.

Die vorige aand het die geldmagnaat Leonard Adendorf egter 'n aanbod aan Marlia gemaak wat sy nie van die hand kan wys nie. As sy in die geheim 'n reeks juweliersware vir vriende van Adendorf ontwerp, hoef sy nooit weer haar sente om te draai nie.

'n Meesleurende spanningsroman deur die skrywer van Roofdier.

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AuthorMarie Lotz
PublisherHuman & Rousseau
PlaceCape Town
Year2022
ISBN9780798182942
BindingPaperback
ConditionVery Good
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