Sara Blaedel’s Louise Rick on TV?

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Fans of Sara Blaedel’s Louise Rick series will be happy with the news recently reported in Shelf Awarness. http://bit.ly/2yWGqyC

Here’s their news report.

Bron Studios’ TV group has acquired rights to Danish author Sara Blaedel’s crime fiction book series featuring police detective Louise Rick. Deadline reported that “the plan is to adapt the novels as a TV series, with the first published Rick book The Forgotten Girls to serve as the backdrop for Season 1.” Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert and Danielle Reardon will serve as executive producers.

“It has been a longtime dream to see Louise Rick on the screen, and I couldn’t imagine working with a more dynamic and creative team than Bron to realize this,” Blaedel said. “Louise is a tenacious and relentless investigator, but also deeply human and imperfect. Simultaneously tough and charming, watching her stories come alive on the screen will be enthralling.”

Reardon commented: “The Forgotten Girls is a spellbinding beginning to the suspenseful and addictive Louise Rick book series. We are thrilled to be working with Sara Blaedel to bring the character Louise Rick and her brilliantly brutal murder mysteries to television.”

Forgotten Girls

You can order Blaedel’s The Forgotten Girls, and other books in the series, through the Web Store. http://bit.ly/2zBrJ0V

Here’s the summary of The Forgotten Girls, the first in the Louise Rick series.

#1 International Bestseller
THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS

The body of an unidentified woman has been discovered in a remote forest. A large, unique scar on one side of her face should make the identification easy, but nobody has reported her missing. Louise Rick, the new commander of the Missing Persons Department, waits four long days before pulling off a risky move: releasing a photo of the victim to the media, jeopardizing the integrity of the investigation in hopes of finding anyone who knew her.

The gamble pays off when a woman recognizes the victim as Lisemette, a child she cared for in the state mental institution many years ago. Lisemette was a “forgotten girl”, abandoned by her family and left behind in the institution. But Louise soon discovers something even more disturbing: Lisemette had a twin, and both girls were issued death certificates more than thirty years ago.

Louise’s investigation takes a surprising when it brings her closer to her childhood home. And as she uncovers more crimes that were committed–and hidden–in the forest, she is forced to confront a terrible link to her own past that has been carefully concealed. Set against a moody and atmospheric landscape, THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS is twisty, suspenseful, emotionally intense novel that secures Sara Blaedel’s place in the pantheon of great thriller writers.