This week sees Killer Reader (and newlywed) Katie Sadler writing the second review for the hit TV show Homeland – if you haven’t had a chance to watch it yet then your homework is to catch up on it – the first series is amazing and the second series just seems to be getting better and better!
Click here to catch up on last weeks episode
Another week, another gripping episode as Carrie, aka Angela from My So Called Life, and Saul, aka Inigo Montoya from the Princess Bride, battle terrorism.
Warning: Major spoilers in this review!
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For the next three months we have more to look forward to than ballroom dancing, Z-list popstars and upstairs-downstairs costume drama. Yes, Antiques Roadshow returned last night much to my joy!
But that’s not what I’m here to write about. Last night, nearly 3 million eager viewers tuned in to the return of Homeland. Each week we will write an episode review and we want to know what you think!
Be warned, there are spoilers contained in this review!
On a summer’s evening a young woman’s body is discovered aboard an abandoned boat. The likely cause of death is drowning, but her clothes are completely dry.
A man is found hung in his apartment. His death looks like suicide, although there is nothing to climb on to reach the ceiling.
On the surface the deaths seem unconnected but Detective Inspector Joona Linna suspects something more sinister. He discovers that the woman is the sister of Penelope Fernandez, spokesperson for a peace organisation. The hanging man is Carl Palmcrona, General Director of a Swedish Arms committee.
A killer is at large with more targets suspected. Contracts have been broken and blood will be shed. The one certainty is that only Joona Linna can stop…
Crackling with tension and relentless in pace Lars Kepler once again manages to make the feeling of terror creep up inside you as you feel like its you running away from the killer. To let us now what you think of the book and be considered as a reviewer, simply email email@example.com