A psychopathic perpetrator who wants to destroy the happiness of others: Klaus-Peter Wolf depicts the profile of a damaged soul in a perfidious and sophisticated manner.
He abducts women, but does not kill them. He doesn’t even demand a ransom. He just sends a package with the victim’s clothes. This causes panic. What does he want? The investigators are clueless. Were the women actually abducted? Or did they run away because they wanted to flee from their lives? Someone is systematically trying to destroy relationships, and Ann Kathrin Klaasen seems to anticipate what the abductor is up to.