Tuesday 14 September 2021

My Name Is Jensen by Heidi Amsinck BLOG TOUR @HeidAmsinck1 @RandomTTours @MuswellPress #Giveaway #Win #Competition #Prize


Guilty. One word on a beggar’s cardboard sign. And now he is dead, stabbed in a wintry Copenhagen street, the second homeless victim in as many weeks. Dagbladet reporter Jensen, stumbling across the body on her way to work, calls her ex lover DI Henrik Jungersen. As, inevitably, old passions are rekindled, so are old regrets, and that is just the start of Jensen’s troubles. The front page is an open goal, but nothing feels right….. When a third body turns up, it seems certain that a serial killer is on the loose. But why pick on the homeless? And is the link to an old murder case just a coincidence? With her teenage apprentice Gustav, Jensen soon finds herself putting everything on the line to discover exactly who is guilty …

My Name Is Jensen by Heidi Amsinck was published on 31 August 2021 by Muswell Press.

As part of this #RandomThingsTours Blog Tour, I have one print copy to give away. Entry is simple; just fill out the competition widget in the blog post.  UK entries only please.

Good Luck!

One copy of My Name Is Jensen by Heidi Amsinck

Praise for Heidi Amsinck

'Someone is bumping off hobos on the clean streets of Copenhagen. The redoubtable reporter Jensen is determined to identify the serial killer no matter what the risk to herself. She's a spirited soul, and the Danish capital is a picturesque backdrop to the wickedness exposed. Former foreign correspondent Heidi Amsinck ― unlike so many authors today ― does not waffle. My Name Is Jensen is streamlined Scandi-sleuthing and comprises a more than promising debut’. The Times Crime Club Book of the Week by Mark Sanderson

'A nice slice of creepy Scandi-noir’ Daily Mail.

‘Eerie unnerving stories, in equal measure charming and charming’ --Will Dean on Last Train to Helsingør

 ‘Intriguing and hypnotically readable’. Andrew Taylor

‘This was a compelling and thoroughly enjoyable read from start to finish with a great storyline, interesting characters and all capped off by skilful writing…A great storyteller’ --NetGalley

Heidi Amsinck, is a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen. 

She was London Correspondent for the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten. 

She has written many stories for BBC Radio 4, including the story sets Danish Noir, Copenhagen Confidential and Copenhagen Curios, all read by Tim McInnerney. 

She was previously shortlisted for the VS Pritchett Memorial Prize. 

Heidi lives in London. 

Last Train to Helsingør her first collection of stories, was published in 2018.

Twitter @HeidiAmsinck1

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