Friday on My Mind

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When a bloated corpse is found floating in the River Thames the police can at least sure that identifying the victim will be straightforward. Around the dead man's wrist is a hospital band. On it are the words Dr F. Klein.

But psychotherapist Frieda Klein is very much alive. And, after evidence linking her to the murder is discovered, she becomes the prime suspect.

Unable to convince the police of her innocence, Frieda is forced to make a bold decision in order to piece together the terrible truth before it's too late, either for her or for those she loves.

Rich in intrigue, intensity and atmosphere, Friday on My Mindis classic Nicci French - a dark, gripping and sophisticated masterclass in psychological suspense in which nothing is quite what it seems . . .

Praise for Nicci French-

'Nicci French is undeniably at the top of British psychological suspense writing.' Observer

'Tense, frightening, gripping.' Easy Living

'Magnificent.' Evening Standard

'A nerve-jangling and addictive read.' Daily Express

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User Review  - DeltaQueen50 - LibraryThing

While I was thoroughly engaged by Friday On My Mind, the fifth book in author Nicci French’s mystery series, the plot was one of the weaker ones and required the reader to accept a lot that didn’t ... Read full review

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User Review  - joweirqt - LibraryThing

Um, well I'm afraid I didn't enjoy this all that much. Frieda Klein is not an engaging or likeable character and that has left me a bit bored by this whole series. I hope this writing team will leave ... Read full review

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About the author (2015)

Nicci French is the pseudonym for the writing partnership of journalists Nicci Gerrard and Sean French.

Nicci Gerrard was born in June 1958 in Worcestershire. In the early eighties she taught English Literature in Sheffield, London and Los Angeles, but moved into publishing in 1985 with the launch of Women's Review, a magazine for women on art, literature and female issues.

In 1989 she became acting literary editor at the New Statesman, before moving to the Observer, where she was deputy literary editor for five years, and then a feature writer and executive editor.

It was while she was at the New Statesmanthat she met Sean French.

Sean French was born in May 1959 in Bristol, to a British father and Swedish mother. In 1981 he won Vogue magazine's Writing Talent Contest, and from 1981 to 1986 he was their theatre critic. During that time he also worked at the Sunday Timesas deputy literary editor and television critic, and was the film critic for Marie Claireand deputy editor of New Society.

Sean and Nicci were married in Hackney in October 1990. Their daughters, Hadley and Molly, were born in 1991 and 1993

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