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______________________________________ Scandinavian crime fiction at its best from the creators of Wallander and The Bridge As a blazing heatwave engulfs Stockholm, a series of women are found brutally murdered and the Criminal Investigation Department is getting nowhere. The murders bear all the hallmarks of Edward Hinde, the serial killer jailed by psychological profiler Sebastian Bergman fifteen years earlier. Sebastian desperately needs some order in his chaotic life. The revelation that he has a daughter, Vanja, could provide this longed-for stability. But should he tell her the truth and risk destroying her life and career? Forcing his way into the investigation, Sebastian soon learns that the murders are connected to him and that no one around him is safe. Including Vanja...
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A dark read for a sunny beach * Sunday Sport * well written with a captivating storyline * Reading Stuff n Things * One of the best Swedish serial-killer thrillers ever * Smalandsposten (Sweden) * Crime novels simply do not get any better * NDR (Germany) * Hjorth and Rosenfeldt are able to create suspense and maintain it over hundreds of pages ... yet another unexpected twist. * Der Standard (Austria) *
Michael Hjorth (Author) Michael Hjorth is one of Sweden's best-known film and TV producers, and a well-renowned screenwriter whose work includes several screenplays of Henning Mankell's Wallander. Hans Rosenfeldt (Author) Hans Rosenfeldt has hosted both radio and television shows, and is Sweden's leading screenwriter and the creator of The Bridge, which is broadcast in more than 170 countries.