The Golden Section

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Golden Section
  • Pernille Rygg
  • English
  • 21 January 2018
  • 0099449137

About the Author: Pernille Rygg

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Golden Section book, this is one of the most wanted Pernille Rygg author readers around the world.


The Golden SectionIgi Heitmann Is Being Stalked In The Suburb Of Oslo Where She Lives With Her Cross Dressing Husband And Their Daughter, Someone Is Spray Painting The Walls Of The Houses HEITMANN CHILD KILLER, The Graffiti Says Who Would Think This, And How Do They Know Where She Lives On A Bitter Winter S Evening, Igi Attends The Opening Of The Exhibition Of An Avant Garde Artist Whose Use Of Violent Pornography Has Caused Great Controversy A Video Is Playing, Showing A Young Man Being Strangled As Part Of A Sado Masochistic Sex Game Moving Between The World Of Violent Pornographic Art And The Happy Life She Shares With Her Husband And Daughter, Igi Must Follow A Dangerous And Shocking Path To The TruthAn Igi Heitman Mystery

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10 thoughts on “The Golden Section

  1. Arnez says:

    The way Pernille Rygg is writing makes it almost impossible to read, finished the book with a headache.

  2. Helen says:

    This was quite different from what I was expecting It s a thriller, written in the first person by a psychologist, and with or so it seemed to me quite a lot of bits missed out of the story that you have to piece together yourself There is a lot of detail, despite this I got a bit lost several times Igi, the psychologist, lives with her husband who sometimes morphs into a woman , and their little girl she is apparently being stalked, probably by a former patient She ends up following th This was quite different from what I was expecting It s a thriller, written in the first person by a psychologist, and with or so it seemed to me quite a lot of bits missed out of the story that you have to piece together yourself There is a lot of detail, despite this I got a bit lost several times Igi, the psychologist, lives with her husband who sometimes morphs into a woman , and their little girl she is apparently being stalked, probably by a former patient She ends up following the trail of a dangerous killer The child is well characterised, and all the time you fear for her safety on the edges of the situation Igi has got into, which seems to spiral out of control Eventually all is resolved, but I felt I had missed some important clues along the way It is set in and around Oslo with maps Although this is not a police procedural as such there was quite a lot about it which reminded me of Anne Holt

  3. Siri-beate says:

    Denne var rett og sett forvirrende lese Jeg fant knapt ut hvem morderen er

  4. Ken Fredette says:

    This book gave me a head ache Her randomly applying people with problems got me messed up.