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By David Hewson

Detective Inspector for murder, Sarah Lund, is contacted by means of past love Mathias Borch from nationwide Intelligence. Borch fears that what first looked to be a random killing on the docks is the start of an assassination try out on best Minister Troels Hartmann.

The homicide attracts awareness in the direction of the transport and oil mammoth, Zeeland, run through billionaire Robert Zeuthen. whilst Zeuthen's 9-year-old daughter, Emilie, is abducted the research takes on a distinct size because it quickly turns into transparent that her disappearance is associated with the homicide of a tender lady in Jutland a few years past.

Hartmann is in the course of an election crusade, made the entire extra turbulent as a result of mounting monetary difficulty. He wishes Zeeland's backing. Lund must make feel of the clues left through Emilie's offender prior to it's too past due. and will she ultimately face the demons that experience lengthy haunted her?

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Mrs Zeuthen. I don’t—’ ‘It’s an easy query. ’ Brix checked out her. Couldn’t deliver himself to make the ache worse. ‘No. I don’t think so. I’m sorry. ’ Karen Nebel had known as off the click convention. At 9 she sat down with Hartmann to hear the night information. it will possibly were worse. hypothesis that he was once going to take the extraordinary step of status down was once nonetheless doing the rounds. So was once a clean hearsay. there have been new advancements which could switch the entire case. Hartmann may possibly climate the typhoon, perhaps even regain the initiative. He smiled, patted her arm. ‘I think that’s all the way down to you. ’ ‘It’s what you pay me for,’ Nebel instructed him. ‘I’m utilizing up a few credibility right here, Troels. we have to bring. ’ ‘Any note from Morten? ’ ‘Not a specific thing. ’ He shrugged. ‘He does this occasionally. We’re like an outdated couple. You argue. You come back jointly. ’ ‘Maybe you don’t want him to any extent further. ’ The smile turned extra stiff. His hand got here away. ‘One day, maybe. no longer now. You’ve checked? They’ve begun the assembly? ’ She checked out her watch. ‘Fifteen mins in. They’re most likely approximately to get all the way down to company. ’ He clapped his fingers, bought his jacket, checked his blouse and tie. Walked around the courtyard to the Parliament construction. a few photographers stuck off defend discovered he was once there, begun snapping, flashing. Troels Hartmann beamed, the election glance. convinced. Open. sincere. Then he chanced on the committee room and marched instantly in. Rosa Lebech, gray go well with, TV-neat hair, critical face, used to be at one finish of the desk. Anders Ussing on the different. either surrounded by means of their employees. Ussing appeared outraged. ‘Haven’t you surrender but? ’ ‘Something got here up,’ Hartmann spoke back. Rosa Lebech stared on the desk, embarrassed. ‘This is a personal meeting,’ Ussing complained. ‘You can’t simply barge in the following. ’ He sat down. advised the advisers to get out. They checked out their leaders. Lebech nodded. Then Ussing. quickly it was once simply the 3 of them on the desk. ‘Cut a deal but? ’ he requested her. She didn’t solution. ‘You misled everyone,’ Ussing acknowledged. ‘You can’t count on aid after how you dealt with the Zeuthen case. ’ ‘The police and puppy handled that. no longer me. i'll carry them to account even though. related for everybody concerned. Rosa? ’ ‘We can speak later, Troels. ’ ‘True. ’ He nodded on the door. ‘This isn’t on your ears. ’ She swore, snatched up her papers, marched out. ‘I wish this is often good,’ Ussing stated, guffawing. ‘It’s remarkable. There you are attempting to pillory me simply because my Justice Minister doesn’t recall each moment of a seventeen-minute dialog with a deputy prosecutor years in the past. ’ ‘More to it than that . . . ’ ‘While even as you acknowledged not anything approximately your personal involvement within the affair. ’ Hartmann threw a suite of images at the desk. ‘Mogens Rank. a couple of minutes in a hall. not anything stated of value. You . . . ’ He driven ahead the image of Schultz and Ussing assembly within the Parliament construction. ‘Almost an hour with him by myself on your workplace. right here you're going in. ’ One photograph. ‘Here you're shaking his hand whilst he leaves.

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