Sander Jakobsen is the pseudonym for Danish writing duo Dagmar Winther and Kenneth Degnbol. Dagmar Winther interned for Birmingham Post & Mail and the European Commission in Brussels before becoming a teacher at a Danish High School. Kenneth Degnbol has a Master's degree in Music and History, and spent four years as a consultant before he began teaching philosophy and music alongside Dagmar. He is a skilled musician and father of three. Both authors live outside of Aarhus. The Preacher is their debut novel, which they translated into English themselves. They are currently working on their next book.
Having had this book on my kindle for almost 12 months, I thought it was high time I read it. And as I am joining in the brilliant #NewAuthorForMe challenge, this was the perfect time to read it.
The book is based around a murder investigation. Where a couple of women have been killed. Thea Krogh is the lead detective in this murder investigation that kicks off when a vicar’s wife is found dead. There is soon another woman found dead. But are there any links to both women. Is there something that will join these murders together or are they just simply a coincidence.
It is a very interesting read, and one that will keep you guessing. I don’t want to give to much of the story away for fear of spoiling it.
But If you have not read this book, then it is worth giving it a go. Although I didn’t feel like I was sat on the edge of my seat, there was something there that keeps you wanting to read on. To discover what is coming next and wanting to know the outcome of the book.
An interesting read that will keep you occupied.
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