The Girl In Front Of the Wall

Västgöta University’s temporary principal receives death threats, so the ceremony where a German professor will receive her honorary doctorate is heavily guarded. Despite that the ceremony ends abruptly, and literature researcher Helena Waller finds herself involved in the search for … Continue reading

Our Own Little Secret by Ninni Schulman

Swedish Social Worker Anna-Karin Ehn is reported missing by her husband. The next day the husband finds her car outside the town, which makes him the main suspect. And when the police find blood in the car the suspicions are … Continue reading

New Series by Ingrid Hedström

13-year-old Mikael Granberg disappears without a trace in 1978. Thirty years later Astrid Sammils finds Mikael’s hat in the house of her deceased uncle, whose farm she has inherited. Could her uncle have had something to do with the disappearance? … Continue reading

The City Murders by Lars Bill Lundholm

A masked group carries out a robbery on Stockholm’s metro and two men are brutally killed. The police suspects it is a terror attack, but when the same gang robs a bank in Stockholm where one of the managers are … Continue reading

Everyone Can See You by Anna Jansson

Just released from prison Sten Hörsne returns to Gotland to ask his son for forgiveness. As he is leaving his son’s place he is hit by a car and dies. Soon thereafter Sten’s father is murdered. Is this a coincidence? … Continue reading

Second Novel in Thomas Hallgren Series

The police/author/TV-personality Martin Melin is back with the sequel to Status 12. We once again get to follow Thomas Hallgren. He is no longer the newest police in his department and he is frustrated by the limited budget and too … Continue reading

Stalker by Lars Kepler

Someone is secretly filming women, then sending the clip to the police and shortly thereafter killing them. The murders remind the police of a murder that happened nine years ago, but the priest Rocky Kyrklund who was convicted is still … Continue reading