The Scarred Woman

The Scarred Woman

By Jussi Adler-Olsen

  • Release Date : 2017-09-19
  • Genre : Police Procedural
  • FIle Size : 2.56 MB
Score: 4.5
From 37 Ratings


The Scarred Woman The New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author of The Keeper of Lost Causes delivers his most captivating and suspenseful Department Q novel yet—perfect for fans of Stieg Larsson.
Detective Carl Mørck of Department Q, Copenhagen's cold cases division, meets his toughest challenge yet when the dark, troubled past of one of his own team members collides with a sinister unsolved murder.

In a Copenhagen park the body of an elderly woman is discovered. The case bears a striking resemblance to another unsolved homicide investigation from over a decade ago, but the connection between the two victims confounds the police. Across town a group of young women are being hunted. The attacks seem random, but could these brutal acts of violence be related? Detective Carl Mørck of Department Q is charged with solving the mystery.
Back at headquarters, Carl and his team are under pressure to deliver results: failure to meet his superiors’ expectations will mean the end of Department Q. Solving the case, however, is not their only concern. After an earlier breakdown, their colleague Rose is still struggling to deal with the reemergence of her past—a past in which a terrible crime may have been committed. It is up to Carl, Assad, and Gordon to uncover the dark and violent truth at the heart of Rose’s childhood before it is too late.


  • Oh what a story......

    By Jsmwoods
    He wrote. The pages turned faster the further in I went. The characters took shape as their stories grew richer and gradually intersected. The ending made sense, and the evil characters got their comeuppance in spades. The good guys persevered and a new layer of mystery was added as the character, skills, and past of Assad who is evolving into a force to be reckoned with. The victim of the story has been put on a path that could lead to a happy ending..... Definitely worth the trip. Well, I liked it a lot.
  • Bad translation

    By Big Max 1
    This could have been a more interesting story, but the simplistic and passion-less translation just ruined the book. By far my favorite is The Absent One - a brutally sad story but the translation really gave the characters and story a beautiful heart and soul.....