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I Skelbækgade på Vesterbro bliver en kvinde en sen nat fundet dræbt inde i en gård. Gerningsstedet er meget blodigt, for hun har fået halsen skåret over på ualmindelig brutal vis. Politiassistent Louise Rick er sammen med et hold kolleger fra Københavns Politigård i gang med at efterforske sagen, da hun bliver ringet op af sin veninde Camilla Lind, der er kriminalreporter på Morgenavisen.

Hun vil høre, om der er nyt i drabssagen, men samtidig er hun dybt rystet over en oplevelse, hendes 11-årige søn har haft samme morgen, da han på vej til skole fandt et efterladt spædbarn. Alle spor i sagen fra Skelbækgade peger mod det københavnske prostitutionsmiljø. Men da der sker endnu et bestialsk drab, begynder det at stå klart, at der er kommet nye spillere på banen, som skånselsløst udnytter og afstraffer andre mennesker, hvis det kan gavne deres egen lukrative forretning.

Please note: This audiobook is in Danish.

©2008 ArtPeople.People's Press; (P)2008 ArtPeople.People's Press

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  • 02-03-17

God historie af en god fortæller

Where does Aldrig mere fri rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The intensity from the story, very strong supported reader

What was one of the most memorable moments of Aldrig mere fri?

One of them, the whole serie (so far) is very good)

Have you listened to any of Karen Abrahamsen’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, this one is better, but she has been good on the previous stories from Blædel

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The intensity when driving towards Sweden