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Translated from Swedish
After She's Gone by
Out of the frozen depths of a forest in Omberg, Sweden, a woman stumbles onto the road.... Local police identify her as psychological profiler Hanne Lagerlind-Schoen who, together with her partner, had been helping them investigate a cold case of a young woman's murder.
The Antarctica of Love by
This is a riveting story from a woman at the margins-her murder, her short but full life, and the world that moves on after she is gone,
Anxious People by
Taken hostage by a failed bank robber while attending an open house, eight anxiety-prone strangers--including a redemption-seeking bank director, two couples who would fix their marriages, and a plucky octogenarian--discover their unexpected common traits.
Blaze Me a Sun by
In February 1986, the Halland police receive a call from a man who claims to have raped a woman… By the time policeman Sven Jörgensson reaches the victim, she's taking her last breath. For Sven and his son Vidar, this will prove a decisive moment. On the same night, Sweden plunges into a state of shock after the murder of the prime minister. Could there possibly be a connection?
A writer searching for inspiration in Spain goes on a darkly comic, delightfully absurd journey through an underground society.
Dark Music by
Professor Hans Rekke is a world authority on interrogation techniques. Micaela Vargas is a street-smart police officer, the daughter of Chilean political refugees, who grew up in the projects on the outskirts of Stockholm and has two brothers on the wrong side of the law. Together they need to find a killer.
Eighteen Below by
This is a terrifying story of stolen identity and serial murder. A tragic accident. The body recovered from the wreck is that of Peter Brise, one of the city's richest tech entrepreneurs.
The landline rings as Agneta is waving off her grandchildren. Just one word comes out of the receiver: 'Geiger'. For decades, Agneta has always known that this moment would come, but she is shaken. She knows what it means.
he latest installment in the internationally best-selling Joona Linna series sees the Swedish detective on the trail of the worst serial killer he's seen yet. Across the continent, someone is brutally murdering Europe's worst criminals.
The Night of the Fire by
Police inspector Ann Lindell has left the Uppsala police and is living a quiet life, producing local cheese in a small town in Uppland. But life in the country is not as idyllic as it seems. On New Year's Eve someone sets fire to the former village school which is now a home for asylum seekers, and three people are killed.
A Question Mark Is Half a Heart by
From the author of The Red Address Book Sofia Lundberg comes a captivating story about overcoming shame and guilt, about finding oneself and the truth-and in doing so, learning how to love"-
The Resting Place by
Inheriting a house tucked away in the Swedish woods from her cruel grandmother, Eleanor, seeking the truth about her grandmother's murder and the killer, soon regrets disturbing what rests in this place with a dark past.
Silver Tears by
In this novel of seduction, deceit, and female power, three generations of women, who have survived in hiding from the men who sought to destroy them, find that secrets always end in tears.
Winter Water by
Set against a backdrop of the whispering, threatening ocean, Winter Water is an atmospheric and gripping suspense novel of the terrible things grief can make us capable of.
Translated from Turkish
Nights of Plague by
A new book by the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. Part detective story, part historical epic-a bold and brilliant novel that imagines a plague taking over a fictional island in the Ottoman Empire