Snow White Must Die Reviews
"Starred Review. Again and again, Neuhaus inserts the old Grimm fairy tale refrain - "White as snow, red as blood, black as ebony" - that describes Snow White, the role of one of the original missing girls in a high school play 10 years earlier, to underscore the grimmest of human emotions: white for icily plotted revenge, red for raging jealousy, black for homicidal madness." - Publishers Weekly
"An addictively engaging mystery filled with suspects, confusion, love, and fear. Sure to intrigue and satisfy mystery fans, especially those who love international crime procedurals." - Library Journal
"This emotional page turner, fueled by unexpected plot twists, marks the American debut of Germany's best-selling suspense writer, whose targets include the bourgeois, the overly solicitous and the rationalizations that lead to tragedy." - Kirkus
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Rated of 5
Great book and fast read!
I thought this was a great book and fast read, once I got past all the German names. Some of it I guessed early on, but many things surprised me towards the end. I'm not a big mystery reader, but selected this book for my book club after I read about it in a magazine review.
I understand she has written several other mysteries with the same police tag team. Looking forward to seeing them translated into English!