I have only read a few pages this morning.
As I believed, Frieda thinks that there is something wrong with Hannah and how the investigation was carried out. So, even though she told Levin that she had nothing else to do about Hannah, she calls and tells him that she is ready to see the poor woman again. This time she is accompanied by Andrew Berryman, a neurologist who also helped her with the Robert Poole case in Tuesday’s Gone. Jude, the woman who is some kind of secretary for Levin, is not happy that Frieda has included someone in her confidence, but Frieda won’t have a no for an answer. I wonder what Frieda wants Dr Berryman for. I imagine she wants to give her his diagnosis of Hannah and her condition.
This story is already gripping, which is not a surprise at all, as I have enjoyed the other previous five books greatly. I imagine that Dean Reeves will put in an appearance soon or at least Frieda will feel his presence, and we know that in the last book he stole the keys Josef had for Frieda’s house, pretending to be a co-worker of his, so he must have had a copy of keys cut,and therefore, he has access to Frieda’s home, which is quite scary.