Sunday Silence (Frieda Klein, #7) by Nicci French

Sunday Silence (Frieda Klein, #7)

It started with Monday . But it doesn't end with Sunday .Read Sunday Silence , the new novel in the series that LOUISE PENNY calls "fabulous, unsettling, and riveting" — and brace yourself for the breathtaking series finale in summer 2018.Lover of London, gifted psychologist, frequent police consultant — Frieda Klein is many things. And now she's a person of interest in a murder case. A body has been discovered in the most unlike...

Details Sunday Silence (Frieda Klein, #7)

TitleSunday Silence (Frieda Klein, #7)
Release DateJan 9th, 2018
PublisherWilliam Morrow Paperbacks
GenreFiction, Thriller, Mystery

Reviews Sunday Silence (Frieda Klein, #7)

  • Holly B
    Chilling and compelling police procedural!This is number 7 in the Frieda Klein series and I read this one as a stand-alone and it worked out just fine. I was easily drawn into the world of Freida Klein-psychologist and respected police consultant. A serial killer that was believed to be dead is out for revenge and Frieda and her family are targeted. I really enjoyed the character of Frieda and how she is both intuitive and pro-active in her quest...
  • Paromjit
    We are back in the seventh in the Dr Frieda Klein series, with one left to go. This is a fast paced read which picks up from the ending in the last book. Frieda discovers a nasty surprise under the floorboards of her home, a dead body that has been killed a few months ago, courtesy of Dean Reeve, a serial killer haunting Frieda. It is ex-cop, Bruce Stringer, who was investigating Reeve. However, the police believe Reeve has been dead for seven ye...
  • Mandy
    This is the penultimate book in the series about Frieda Klein. I have to confess I haven't read them all, and I don't seem to have reviewed any of them. This was a fast, engaging read, all of this author's books are.This book is a continuation of the overriding storyline featuring Dean Reeve, Frieda's nemesis, but I felt his presence more in this book. The next book, of course, will be the final one, and there's an element of build-up in this boo...
  • Marita
    “It seemed strange to step from that scene of destruction and decay and crime into this space of order, where a pot of basil stood on the windowsill, a cat was delicately lapping water from a bowl on the floor and there were orange tulips, not yet fully opened, in an earthenware jug.” After a hideous discovery in psychotherapist Frieda Klein’s house (see the book’s blurb), matters quickly escalate from bad to worse. Once again there is a ...
  • Maureen Carden
    Long time readers of this series are going to be surprised at the direction of this outstanding seventh outing for Dr.Frieda Klein and her friends. If you have read Saturday Requiem you know that Dean Reeves has left a grisly calling card for Frieda under her living room floor. Dean Reeves is a serial killer who has haunted Frieda's life for years as both a tormentor and a protector. Finally the police officially believe her about Reeves being al...
  • Anna
    i love FriedaΚαι για το λόγο αυτό βάζω ασυζητητί 5 αστέρια, γιατί οι αδυναμίες δεν κρύβονται, αλλά δεν μπορούν να είναι και αντικειμενικές. Η τελευταία περιπέτεια της Φρίντα και της παρέας της για αυτή την εβδομάδα, όπου κατά 99,99999% θα ακολουθήσει τουλάχι...
  • Malia
    I think this is the last book in the series. and it might have been one of the best. The story really involved all the characters and friends Frieda amassed throughout the series and though the ending tells me there could be more books in the series, it was not dissatisfying should this be the last.Find more reviews and bookish fun at
  • Evangelia
    Ποτέ δε θα μπορέσω να καταλάβω τι υπερισχύει μέσα μου, όταν διαβάζω βιβλία (κυρίως σειρές βιβλίων) με χαρακτήρες που αγαπώ: από τη μία, θέλω να το διαβάσω όσο γίνεται γρηγορότερα γιατί η αναμονή που έμεινα «χώρια» από τους χαρακτήρες που αγάπησα εί...
  • Gary
    This is the 7th book in the Psychotherapist Dr Frieda Klein series by authors Nicci Gerrard and Sean French who publish under the pseudonym Nicci French.Life is never straight forward for Dr Frieda Klein and this book is no different. A body of an ex policeman, Bruce Stringer, who is an associate of Frieda’s is found under the floorboards of her home and Frieda is convinced it is the work of her old adversary Dean Reeve. The police are still co...
  • Christine
    It is Sunday. The Frieda Klein series reaches its penultimate book in Sunday Morning Coming Down. How I will miss Frieda and her band of friends, when it all ends!As usual, Frieda gets caught up in all kinds of mayhem and violence. She is very cool in a crisis. This seems to surprise people. I love that about her. Luckily, she has her family of close friends to surround her.A body of an associate of Frieda’s is found unexpectedly under the floo...