Corine Hartman / Corine Hartman – The New Death

Corine Hartman – The New Death

Corine Hartman – The New Death

About the book

According to Faye van Laar, Professor Max Harris has devised an ingenious plan to save humanity’s future with groundbreaking insights into health, life and death. Psychiatric institution Groot Loenen, her home, serves as a testing ground for Harris’ ideas, and that she and her ‘family’ are now happier than ever is convincing evidence for Faye, who suffers from borderline personality disorder.

Together with fellow patient Lisa, she helps Harris sidetrack one of his plan’s opponents. But can she completely trust Harris? Faye and Lisa are sucked into a dangerous, secret mission that will test relationships and claim victims – and lead to a gruesome conclusion.


‘Licking the cake’s pink icing, Max looked at his mother. It was hard on him seeing less and less of her each time. Less of her color, of the light in her eyes. Of her laugh. Everything about her was dwindling. When she first became almost unintelligible with her trembling voice, he was sure that it was inevitable she would disappear completely.’

Corine Hartman (b. 1964) worked as a scriptwriter for many years and now has fifteen thrillers to her name. Her books are celebrated for their gritty action sequences and fascinating characters. She has been nominated for the Golden Noose Award a number of times and has won several Crimezone Awards.

© Stan Bouman

Additional book information

  • Thriller
  • ISBN 9789403109916
  • Number of pages: 350
  • World rights: Cargo
  • Price: €20,99