Thursday's Child PDF/EPUB í Kindle Edition

Thursday's Child PDF/EPUB í Kindle Edition Two crimes, generations apartTwenty years ago teenager Frieda Klein was brutally attacked in her own home No one believed her not the police, not her mother, not her friends She left town, trained as a psychologist and never went backNow an old classmate has shown up She wants help with her daughter, who claims to have been attacked at home An attack eerily similar to the one on Frieda No one else believes the girl s storyNow with a school reunion in the offing Frieda returns to the darkness she fled To the small town which refused to help her and which hides a terrible secret Because someone at the reunion knows what happenedAnd they ll stop at nothing to prevent Frieda discovering the truth


10 thoughts on “Thursday's Child

  1. Stefano P Stefano P says:

    I am a huge Nicci French fan and I have thoroughly enjoyed the Frieda Klein series so far I found this particular installment quite disappointing Nicci French has always played with the boundaries of realism and verisimilitude, but in this case I feel they streched our willing suspension of disbelief a tad too far The whole premise of the book, as well as the fortuitous connection with Frie


  2. Emma Emma says:

    I think I m done with this series Frida Klein is not a character I can take to She is intensely annoying She s cold I don t understand how she keeps the friends she has I completely empathise with the people who don t like her She behaves in a ridiculous way, with no regard for her own health or well being and therefore completely unqualified to be a therapist.


  3. Julie Julie says:

    Thursday s Child by Nicci French is a 2014 Penguin publication This fourth installment in the Frieda Klein British mystery procedural is a bit of a departure from the previous chapters Frieda is approached by an old schoolmate asking for help with her teenage daughter who has stopped eating and has become withdrawn Frieda agrees to an initial consultation, and manages to draw the young woman out Wh


  4. Erin (from Long Island, NY) Erin (from Long Island, NY) says:

    4.5 1 of my favorite series of all time Just please start at the beginning


  5. Malia Malia says:

    This is the fourth installment in the Frieda Klein mysteries series, and unfortunately one I found a bit on the weak side The story is engaging, and I found it interesting enough, but my issue was with Frieda as a protagonist She was always very cold which makes me think being a therapist is not he right profession , but in this book I found her quite unlikable and stupidly reckless It also really bothered


  6. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    This is another excellent book from husband and wife writing team Nicci French When they first started the Frieda Klein series I was not sure about Frieda but gosh,she grows on you In this story she returns to the town of her youth and it is probably best to have read the earlier books in the series to get the most out of this one Frieda is in top form as she plays amateur detective quite realistically and als


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    4.5 stars I don t tell people what to do Well, not most of the time I just wanted to lay out the options The decision about what to do is yours Frieda Klein There are things I ve run away from all my life My father s death My rape Things that happened after But it seems as though I ve run in a perfect circle and I m back with it again In the thick of it Frieda Klein Some people are leaders and some people are foll


  8. Tez Tez says:

    Nicci French is one of the few crime authors whose work I ve read up to date Thursday s Children is another quality instalment in the Frieda Klein series, sad in many different circumstances Victims are chosen specifically because the perp knows no one will believe them That the victims own mothers don t believe their daughters goes to show that the perp was correct in that, and it says a lot about society It s depres


  9. Carolyn Carolyn says:

    When psychotherapist Frieda Klein agrees to see Becky, the daughter of an old school friend from her home town, she doesn t expect to be reminded of a violent incident that occurred to her when she was sixteen just before she left home She hasn t been back in 23 years but returns to see her mother who is dying and to see if she can find out who harmed her all those years ago and may also be responsible for the present day


  10. Bree T Bree T says:

    Twenty three years ago, Frieda Klein left the small coastal town where she grew up She has never been back Instead she has forged her own life in London, working as a psychoanalyst and recently, getting a little attention for her work on several police cases Frieda has never felt any desire to return to where she came from, in fact it s the last thing she wants to do However when an old school acquaintance looks her up, askin


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