By Luc Deflo
Jeanneke Janssens ontdekt in de gang van haar rijtjeshuis het halfnaakte lijk van Martine Van Hees, haar huurster. Na de lijkschouwing blijkt dat de vrouw zwanger used to be en verkracht werd. De vader van haar ongeboren sort kan niet geïdentificeerd worden en alle sporen naar een potentiële dader lopen dood. Er wordt een profielschets gemaakt en males vreest dat er een serieverkrachter aan het werk is. Een monster dat het heeft gemunt op alleenstaande zwangere
vrouwen. Rechercheur Nadia Mendonck, zelf zwanger, neemt de leiding van het onderzoek op zich. Ze bijt zich great in de zaak en er wordt een verdachte opgepakt, die wel bekent maar het onderzoek een onverwachte wending geeft. Er duiken nieuwe sporen op, die rechtstreeks leiden
naar het Mechelse politiekorps dat door corruptie en intriges op zijn grondvesten davert. Gaandeweg krijgen we een vermoeden van wat er echt aan de hand is.
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