The latest thriller from 'one of Scandinavia's best crime writers' (The Times). For fans of Henning Mankell and Jo Nesbo.
Mari Jungstedt is one of the most successful crime fiction
authors in Sweden, and has sold over 3 million copies of her books
worldwide. Barry Forshaw writes that her Inspector Knutas novels
are 'among the most rarefied and satisfying pleasures afforded by
the field'. She has written nine novels set on the island of
Gotland and featuring Knutas.
Mari lives in Stockholm with her husband and two children.
Writers such as Henning Mankell may outsell Jungstedt in the UK,
but - if there is any justice - she will not remain caviar to the
general -- Barry Forshaw
There is an icy dispassionate grip to Jungstedt's writing that recalls Henning Mankell * Metro *
She is in total control of plot and pace, conveys chilling atmosphere and her characters are well above average for believability * The Times *
Jungstedt delivers excellent clammy atmosphere and a constant premonition of weird deaths to come. She's becoming one of Scandinavia's best crime writers, no mean compliment in a crowded field * The Times *