One, two, he’s coming for you
Three, four, better lock your door.
Five,six, grab your crucifix.
Seven, eight, gonna stay up late.
Nine, ten, you will never sleep again.
About the Author:
T. P. Boje is a hardcore cartoon lover, Tim Burton enthusiast, and enjoys any movie the Coen Brothers have made (with the big Lebowski being her favorite strongly followed by Burn after Reading). She is also a Y/A fantasy and mystery-writer. She is originally from Denmark but currently living in Florida, USA.
To learn more follow her on Twitter, visit her fansite on Facebook or check out her web-page: http://www.tpboje.blogspot.com/
About the Book (from the author):
Once you start One, Two … He is coming for you – there is absolutely no turning back.
Set in the Danish coastal town of Karrebaeksminde, journalist Rebekka Franck returns to her hometown with her six year old daughter. She is trying to escape her ex-husband and starting a new life for her and her daughter, when the small sleepy town experiences a murder. One of the kingdoms wealthiest men is brutally murdered in his summer residence in Karrebaeksminde. While Rebekka Franck and her punk photographer Sune try to cover the story for the local newspaper another murder happens on a high society rich man. Now Rebekka Franck realizes that the drowsy little kingdom of Denmark has gotten its first serial killer and soon a series of dark secrets – long buried but not forgotten – will see the day of light.
One,two, He is coming for you …is the first book in a series about the Danish journalist Rebekka Franck.
Interview with the Author:
Is the life of a writer what you imagined it to be like?
It is a little harder than you imagine when you are just a small girl. There is a lot of competition and it is really a lot of work writing books. But since I love it so much I don’t mind it.
Tell us something about your books.
I have written mystery novels for five years now and most of them are published in Europe. One, Two… He is coming for you” was one I wrote in English mostly for fun, since we moved to the States two years ago and I wanted to try it out. Now I have actually tried something completely new for me. I have just written a fantasy novel called “The Eye of the Crystal Ball” and that was really fun. I enjoy writing in English so I think I will keep doing that while I still will write my other books in Danish as well.
What was your favorite part in the book to write? Any part you struggled with, please explain.
I loved writing the parts where the killer gets his victims. That was the fun part – if you can talk about anything being fun about killing, but since it is a mystery, I think you can. I also enjoyed the parts about my main character and her family and problems with her husband.
Did you struggle with any of your characters – someone refusing to develop?
I did not have any struggle writing this, everybody seemed to behave themselves and do as I told them, except the abusive husband who had a tendency to do stuff I had no idea he would. But I have had problems with my characters before writing other books. You need to keep them in a short leash.
What is something that most people wouldn’t necessarily know about you (that you would be willing to share here, of course!)?
That I love cars. I love watching programs about cars like Topgear, I love that show.
If you weren’t writing a novel what other kind of writing might you do?
I used to be a journalist, but I am so happy that I don’t have to do that anymore. I wasn’t that good at it since I always want to make up my own stories, and that is not very good in journalism, as you can imagine.
I read this and began wondering what I got myself into. When a book begins like this, either you close it really, really quick or you slowly turn the page and look through the fingers of the hand you are holding in front of your eyes. You can be sure I’m sitting on the front porch swing, IN BROAD DAYLIGHT, reading it. This book scares you right off the bat; at least it did me. But, then, I lead a sheltered life.
T.P. Boje is a well-known mystery writer in Scandinavia and this is her first book written in English. Other than a few language translations gone awry, this book was very well written. The story line was fascinating and left you trying to figure out who the killer was and who would be the next victim. There was a lot of technical information about serial killers in the book and personally, I found it quite captivating.
There are many times throughout the book where you think you’ve figured it all out, only to be thrown off course. It is a great who-dun-it that will keep you guessing right up until the end of the book.
Rebekka Franck not only battles her way through red tape to find a killer, but she is also on the run from an abusive husband. She is an award-winning journalist who goes from a high profile job to a job at a local newspaper in the sleepy little town she grew up.The town’s first serial killer begins his rampage shortly after her arrival and soon, she finds herself in the middle of the mystery as she begins to connect the dots. A night long past, rich boarding school boys, a lonely girl, pranks, and retribution bring this book to a surprise ending. I only wonder what mystery Rebekka will be solving in the next book.
I am giving this book two thumbs up.
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