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Dortmund Hibernate - C J Sutton

My opinion
Wow, this is something very different to I have read before but I found it very entertaining.
I found that I enjoyed the plotline and Magnus and that this was held by the writing style which was easy to follow.
I would highly recommend this book to readers that would like something slightly different.

The blurb:
Psychologist Dr Magnus Paul is tasked with the patients of Dortmund Asylum – nine criminally insane souls hidden from the world due to the extremity of their acts. 

Magnus has six weeks to prove them sane for transfer to a maximum-security prison, or label them as incurable and recommend a death sentence under a new government act. 

As Magnus delves into the darkness of the incarcerated minds, his own sanity is challenged. Secrets squeeze through the cracks of the asylum, blurring the line between reality and nightmare, urging Magnus towards a new life of crime…

The rural western town of Dortmund and its inhabitants are the backdrop to the mayhem on the hill. 

It's Sile…
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