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A Death in Rembrandt Square (Lotte Meerman) Hardcover – 1 Nov 2018
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. . . a novel brilliantly evoking the isolation of a woman with an unbearable weight on her conscience (Sunday Times on A Cold Death in Amsterdam)
The book succeeds as a portrait of both a city and, in its heroine, a delightfully dysfunctional personality (Sunday Express on A Cold Death in Amsterdam)
An impressive debut . . . De Jager is as good on dodgy family relations as she is on police procedure (The Times on A Cold Death in Amsterdam)
Detective Lotte Meerman is damaged by her past and tortured by the dreadful mistake she's made at work . . . Amsterdam in the vicious grip of a bitter winter is the other star here, beautiful and deadly (Cath Staincliffe)
Amsterdam is beautifully captured, and Meerman is an engaging if conflicted character who is becoming more interesting with each book in this series (Daily Mail)
The fourth smart and engaging police procedural featuring dark and damaged Dutch detective Lotte MeermanSee all Product description
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So it’s a thrill to find one that improves with each outing. Which is exactly what happens here.
Lotte Meerman has found a measure of happiness with Mark, but now an old case – and one that revives agonisingly painful memories – comes back to haunt her.
In a wet and windy Amsterdam the indomitable Meerman navigates her bike through the puddles and her thoughts through the complexity of a case that is intimately linked with one from her earliest days as a detective – one where she may had made more than one terrible mistake.
Dark, poignant but with some great characters and welcome flashes of wit and humour it’s a truly immersive read.