"Victim Without a Face" is the first book in the Fabian Risk series. Risk moves back to his hometown with his family and he’s only in his new home for a few hours before he must investigate a brutal murder of a classmate. Then, another classmate winds up dead. Who is doing this?
I’m a sucker for a good thriller and this was GOOD! Very well-written and intelligently plotted. The story starts off rather slow until the middle where it picks up and that’s when it hooks you in. It was so addicting! I literally couldn’t put it down. I was up all night and all day the next morning reading. I didn’t sleep until I read that last page.
I’m usually good at guessing the endings of books, but this one took me by surprise and that never happens. I was truly shocked, like I’m reading through the pages, totally thinking I had it, but I was wrong and I’m glad I was because the true ending blew me away.
Overall, I highly recommend! It’s a very strong read that’ll keep you guessing to the end. A word of warning though, certain parts are rather gruesome.
A KILLER WITH A MESSAGE.
Two men are dead. Both had been bullies at school. A single clue has been found at the scene: a class photo, with two faces neatly crossed out.
A DETECTIVE WHO CAN’T LET GO.
Fabian Risk is among the faces in the photograph. He’s also the lead detective on the case. He thought he’d left his schooldays behind. Now his classmates are dying for the sins of their childhood. . . .
CAN YOU EVER HIDE FROM JUSTICE?
The first book in an internationally bestselling, award-winning series, Stefan Ahnhem's Victim Without a Face is a chilling novel about the ultimate revenge.