Sara Blaedel, "The Queen of Crime" will be signing her newest book The Forgotten Girls. Sara Blaedel is a Danish author best known for her crime fiction novels featuring Louise Rick. She is the daughter of journalist Leif Blædel and actress Annegrethe Nissen. She has been voted Most Popular Author in Denmark three times, received several prizes and grants and her novels have been published in 18 countries. Karin Slaughter will be leading a discussion with Sara Blaedel. Karin Slaughter is an American crime writer, whose first novel Blindsighted (2001) became an international success, was published in almost 30 languages, and made the Crime Writers' Association's Dagger Award shortlist for "Best Thriller Debut" of 2001. She has sold more than 30 million copies of her books, and is published in 32 languages. Sara Blaedel-Denmark's "Queen of Crime"-brings her #1 bestseller The Forgotten Girls to North America. Four days later, Louise Rick still had no answers. The body of an unidentified woman was discovered in a local forest. A large, unique scar on one side of her face should have made the identification easy, but nobody has reported her missing. As the new commander of the Missing Persons Department, Louise risks involving the media by releasing a photo of the victim, hoping to find someone who knew her. Louise's gamble pays off: an older woman phones to say that she recognizes the woman as Lisemette, a child she once cared for in the state mental institution many years ago. Lisemette, like the other children in the institution, was abandoned by her family and branded a "forgotten girl." But Louise soon discovers something more disturbing: Lisemette had a twin, and both girls were issued death certificates more than thirty years ago. Aided by her friend journalist Camilla Lind, Louise finds that the investigation takes a surprising and unsettling turn when it brings her closer to her childhood home. And as she uncovers more crimes that were committed-and hidden-in the forest, she is forced to confront a terrible link to her own past that has been carefully concealed.