Black Notice: Episode 3 (ljudbok)
With the help of a surveillance camera in a French sports equipment shop, investigators manage to identify the wetsuit victims. They turn out to be two, young, Syrian twin sisters living in an infamous refugee camp in Calais, France. But the surveillance tape also shows a suspicious man who seems to be very interested in the young girls.
Another murder of a Syrian refugee in Denmark prompts Norwegian and French investigators to agree that the killer is motivated by racism. But Felix Jørgensen’s gut instinct has him doubting that theory. He cannot say exactly why, but something isn’t right.
But when an important witness manages to provide valuable information, Felix is now on the hunt for a man with lopsided pupils.
Black Notice is a crime story told in five parts. Partly based on actual events, Black Notice tells the thrilling story of the international hunt for a ruthless serial killer.
Lotte Petri is a Danish author of crime fiction. In 2009, her first book was nominated for Danske Bank’s Newcomer of the Year Award. Her Selma Eliassen series was lauded by critics, and in 2017, the first book in the series starring bone expert Josefine Jespersen, "The Devil’s Work", was released.