A couple of old yearbooks from a school in a posh suburb north of Copenhagen show a boy who looks eerily similar to the man with the strange eyes. But with the rest of Europe’s police focusing on border crossings and refugee camps, Felix is now on his own.
He believes that the killer has a medical background, perhaps even an employee of Denmark’s largest hospital, Rigshopitalet, where the first victim worked and where the comatose woman was treated. Felix’s deputy Kathrine tries to convince him to let her go to the hospital as a decoy. But is it too risky? Or will it just not even work?
Black Notice is a crime story told in five parts. Partly based on actual events, Black Notice tells the thrilling story of the international hunt for a ruthless serial killer.
Lotte Petri is a Danish author of crime fiction. In 2009, her first book was nominated for Danske Bank’s Newcomer of the Year Award. Her Selma Eliassen series was lauded by critics, and in 2017, the first book in the series starring bone expert Josefine Jespersen, ”The Devil’s Work”, was released.