There is a pace in the language and plot that makes it impossible to put Pitbull down [..] Anne Mette Hancock has established herself at the top [..].
Nettavisen (Norwegian newspaper)
Pitbull, the third book in the series about the journalist Heloise Kaldan and the crime inspector Erik Schäfer, is the best one in the series. […] Pitbull is both rough and touching. Thought-provoking, entertaining and at times witty. […] Hancock writes really nice. It’s solid suspense until the very last pages, where the author twists the story one extra time. An unexpected ending. And Pitbull is more than just raw action and gunshots, sometimes I was moved and affected by the reading.
Hancock’s stories are well constructed and have a sustained arc of suspense.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, (biggest renowned German national daily)
[…] suspense that lasts to the penultimate page. Only then does the surprising and shocking conclusion come about.
Trierischer Volksfreund (regional daily)
In the complex but coherent story, many characters contribute to the dark events.
Bote der Urschweiz (Swiss daily)
Atmospherically tightly written thriller.
Börsenblatt (booksellers magazine)
Hancock has written one of the most brilliant psychological suspense novels that I have read. Pitbull raises the level of the Danish scene for crime novels to a new level.
Pitbull is a strong and intense book. It’s constructed in a solid way with a constant curve of suspense, with short chapters that urge on the reader automatically. I can only recommend Pitbull the warmest.
It’s so well-executed and deep. It has bloody and detailed descriptions, it has suspense and a lovely love story, which gets just the right amount of space in the story. It has a fantastic plot twist that gave me goosebumps when the moment of unveiling came […]