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Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages

  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages
  • Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages

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Debit Saskia Noort | Paperback of 253 pages

Debit is the exciting new thriller from Saskia Noort. On a cold winter night killed Michel Brouwers, TV producer. This accident put an end to everything that Karen, his wife believed. The perfect picture that seems her life, a horrible lie appears when all the ghosts of the past is one for themselves. Between mourning and raising her two adolescent daughters by them trying to get on the table to the truth.
She also turns in this thriller back to where it all began: Mountains. The village is in the grip of economic crisis, as well as the Friends of Karen and then, the eetclub. Led by Simon, her ex-lover, is the struggle for power, money and pleasure unabated. In literary thriller Debit Karen finally unravels the true secret of the eetclub, risking their lives.

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