The Killing Review: A World Full of Secrets

"Whatever the mood of the circumstance, the essence of its quality may linger in the silence that follows. It is a soundless echo." --Beryl Markham

Bennet's letter to Rosie ended with a quote from Markham's West with the Night (possibly Rosie's favorite book), which seems to sum up the feel of the episode. "A Soundless Echo," while quieter and more subdued, still echoed with grief, uncertainty, and malice.

Despite remaining a compelling and chilling focus on a brutal murder investigation, the episode did drag a little, especially when the focus turned away from the Larsens and Detective Linden. Read More...


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