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Niets is ooit (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
Engel (2009)Description / Buy at Amazon
De Geheime tuin (2010)Description / Buy at Amazon
Iris was haar naam (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Stil bloed (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Zwerfvuil (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dood water (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Het laatste oordeel (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
De vleermuismoorden (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
De hondenman (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
In naam van de vader (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
De zomer van de doden (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
De jongen in het graf (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Dixit (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
Heilige natchen (2006)Description / Buy at Amazon
Een willekeurige vrouw (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
De zaak Magritte (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Noot meer alleen (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
De genezer (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon

About Toni Coppers

Hailing from Belgium, the author Toni Coppers is a highly adept author of mystery and suspense novels, gifted at crafting an air of foreboding tension. Building it over the course of the novel, he poses a series of questions effectively to the reader, keeping them constantly guessing throughout and never truly letting them go. This has proven to be a highly successful formula too, giving them a clear message knowing what the authors intentions are, whilst also keeping them on the edges of their seats. Over time he has also managed to evolve this too, really building and developing the template that he initially had in the first place. Creating a lot of series too, he continually manages to bring out novels on a regular and ever consistent basis, something which has allowed his audience to rapidly grow worldwide.

Early and Personal Life

Born in 1961 on the 6th of September, Toni Coppers managed to harness his love and passion for the written word from a very early age. Raised in the area of Sint-Truiden in Belgium, he would continue to grow as an author, allowing him to effectively raise him and his profile in the process. Writing exactly what it was that he wanted to write about he would continue his learning throughout his time spent in education.

He would also go on to work at ‘Radio 1’, which is a Flemish public broadcast station, as he would work as a travel journalist there. This would not allow him to see much of the world and increase his wealth of experience to draw from, but it would also allow him to gain an understanding of writing for a large audience. Still writing to this very day, puts out work regularly, along with his television series as well, which has also seen his profile increase.

Writing Career

Moving on from his career in broadcast travel journalism, Toni Copper would take to writing fictional work as a full-time writer for himself. This would see him also go on to create the long-running and much beloved ‘Inspecteur Liese Meerhout’ novels, which would give his readers a fun and inventive set of mystery novels. Starting out with the first of these in 2008, he would begin the franchise in 2008, effectively introducing the eponymous character for the first time ever.

In 2016 Toni Copper would also go on to create the series ‘Coppers’, which would also feature Liese Meerhout, as she was adapted for the television. This would bring Copper to an even wider audience than before, with more discovering his work and what he had to offer as an author. Winning numerous awards and critical acclaim, this is something that he is expected to continue for a long time yet.

Niets is ooit

Released through the ‘Manteau’ publishing label, this would first be published in the year of 2008 in the month of April. Setting up the ‘Inspector Liese Meerhout’ line of novels, this would introduce the inspector for the very first time as well. It would also go about introducing many of the themes and ideas of the series too, creating the general style and tone of what was to follow.

In this fun and inventive novel the reader is ostensibly taken into the world of one Chief Inspector Liese Meerhout, getting an insight into her line of work. Focused on the world of art crime, she manages to take the reader into an otherwise unseen world as well, taking them on a journey of sorts. Always managing to get the job done, she is a driven and hard-working inspector, one that really understands what needs doing. This progresses over the course of the series as well, with a lot of foreshadowing and world-building effectively managed here too.

It appears that there is trouble afoot, in what is the first case file of one Inspector Liese Meerhout, as she aims to save the day. Getting to the heart of the matter, she sets about solving the case of a murder, as the father of a communications adviser has been killed. This leads to a series of questions, all seeking answers to an otherwise complex and difficult to solve case filled with lies and deceit. Working in the world of art crime, the stakes are high, as it seems that there has been some forgery of some highly sought after African art. Will she manage to get to the bottom of the case and solve it? Can she find out who the real killer is and what they want? What happens when nothing is ever?


Published using the ‘Manteau’ publishing imprint once more, this manages to continue the ‘Inspector Liese Meerhout’ series with the second title. Providing another self-contained mystery, it picks up from where the last left off, whilst also bringing some its own unique character in as well. First released in 2009, it was originally published on the 1st of January, as it was met with much eagerness and anticipation.

Providing another taut and exciting thriller mystery novel, this sequel really takes the action to a whole new level. Moving on from the previous title, it sees the character of Meerhout evolve as well, giving a deeper insight into who she is as a person. It also manages to build upon the world, giving it a greater level of depth too, allowing it to really flourish and come alive for the reader. Using many real-world places and locations, it gives the story a sense of grounding, regardless of whether the reader has visited Brussels themselves or not.

Set in the world of art once more, Detective Inspector Liese Meerhout is looking to solve a new crime that has presented itself. This starts out in the Brussel’s museum, as Inspector Liese Meerhout gets called in to solve a series of murders that are based upon killings from art-history. Using her knowledge of art, she must solve the crimes and find the killer before it’s too late and they attempt to strike again. Soon though, her involvement starts to become a lot more personal, as she begins, to find that she may be involved deeper than she ever initially anticipated. Who is committing the murders and why are they doing it? Can she find the killer before it’s too late? What is the secret behind the angel?

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