Jensen is on the case

Why Jensen? Edged by Nielsen and trailed by Hansen, Jensen (son of Jens) is the most common surname in Denmark, shared by about 5% of the population. My reporter sleuth Jensen, a woman, finds that people assume from her by-line in the newspaper Dagbladet that she is a man. I like the ambiguity, and that Jensen is virtually able to hide in plain sight.

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