- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Unga vuxna
- Antal sidor
- Winner of Best Crime Novel of the Year for Young Readers, Swedish Crime Writers Academy 2016 (Sweden); Long-listed for Australian Book Design Awards, Best Designed YA Cover 2018 (Australia)
- Scribe Publications
- Rachel Willson-Broyles
- 199 x 131 x 15 mm
- 184 g
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October is the Coldest Month
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'Each twist and turn ripples with menace ... Gripping.' -- Anne Cassidy, author of Moth Girls 'I loved this book. Beautifully written, with an atmosphere I could taste, October is the Coldest Month had me questioning the line between rescue and culpability in an unflinching, white-knuckle read.' -- Dianne Touchell, author of A Small Madness 'The writing is as lean and edgy as the characters ... utterly believable and utterly compelling.' -- Ellie Marney, author of the Every series 'Gritty Nordic Noir that grips you from the get go' -- Tim Pegler, author of Five Parts Dead 'The writing flows and it's hard to put down. It's not only the suspense - something in the way its written makes the story get under your skin ... in a good way.' -- Emmas Krypin, blogger 'So cool that Christoffer Carlsson is suddenly writing young adult. A thrilling whodunit set in the isolated countryside. Love it! Hope to read more about Vega, the paper-friend I have come to like so much.' -- Prickiga Paula, blogger 'A wonderfully well-written book. Exciting, beautiful, horrible, and creepy.' Stories From The City blog 'October is the Coldest Month by Christoffer Carlsson is a dense, claustrophobic thriller with a few surprising twists and plenty of suspense. En bok vid havet '...And exciting it is. The seasoned crime writer Christoffer Carlsson always has intrigue under his control, and slowly turns up the mystery and drama.' -- Andreas Palmaer Dagens Nyheter
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Christoffer Carlsson was born in 1986 and raised in Halmstad, on the west coast of Sweden. He has a PhD in criminology, and is a university lecturer in the subject. He began writing at a very young age and has, since his debut at twenty-three, written five novels in the crime genre. October is the Coldest Month is his first book for young adults. In 2013, he became the youngest author ever to have won the award for Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year, which he was awarded for the first book in the celebrated Leo Junker series, The Invisible Man from Salem .