The Thirst: A Harry Hole Novel - Part 1, Chapters 11 - 13 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 11, during their next meeting, the detectives discussed putting out a notice warning women they were dealing with a serial killer and that he appeared to be luring his victims through Tinder dates. Mikael, however, discouraged this idea because he thought it would raise irrational fear. Katrine did not openly disagree with him but thought the line of thinking was wrong. In private, Harry told her that even though he could see similarities between these cases and the ones he remembered from the past, he did not want to name one suspect and have the detectives narrow their focus to that one man. He explained he was not positive yet they were dealing with the killer he remembered because there were some things he was doing, like drinking blood, that did not fit.

Meanwhile, Mona Daa interviewed Smith. He said he...

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