About the book
Sixty years after her death, Blonde Dolly’s name is alive and well. For decades police and journalists have searched for her murderer. Her murder remains a riddle, a mystery, much in the same way Sebilla Niemans, aka Blonde Dolly, also was. She was a prostitute working on the fringes of The Hague, married to a violinist from the renowned Residentie Orchestra. She travelled to London, Antwerp and Paris and spent nights with the rich and famous in chic hotels.
The questions surrounding her puzzling death on 31 October 1959 have never been answered. Why did the Chief Commissioner of The Hague personally lead the investigation? How did Dolly acquire a fortune in money and houses? Where is the notorious blue book in which she wrote down all of her clients’ names? In Blonde Dolly crime writer Tomas Ross unfolds a chilling plot in which everyone has a hidden agenda.