Publisher: Sakam knigi
Year of publication: 2016
Author: Sebastian Fitzek
Language of translation: Macedonian
Number of pages: 262
No witnesses, no traces, no evidence, no body. The 18-year-old daughter of famous psychiatrist Victor Larentz, who suffers from unexplained illness, disappears under mysterious circumstances during a doctor’s visit and the investigation into her disappearance does not bring any results. Four years later, Victor is still devastated by the tragedy. He retreats to his family holiday home at the sea, where he hopes he will succeed in putting one end to life and continuing with life.
But there she is suddenly visited by a beautiful unknown woman named Anna. She claims she is a writer who suffers from an unusual form of schizophrenia and asks for therapy. Victor no longer works with patients and does not intend to begin even now, but when he finds that her hallucinations are turning around a missing girl that resembles his daughter Jozi, she suddenly accepts her as a patient because she doubts she has something to do with the disappearance of his daughter. What happened to Josie? Do Anna’s hallucinations describe her last days? Or maybe Larentz is dangerous to himself and others when it comes to the trauma of Jozi’s disappearance?