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Swedish reporter and Glasgow University alumna Ann Tornkvist has worked as a journalist for over a decade. She has covered crime for public-service radio and TV, as well as the prestigious broadsheet Svenska Dagbladet. Upon publication in Sweden, Follow Fucking Orders soon became the most popular library book in the nation's maximum-security prisons. Courageously, she published the book despite being warned that her life was at risk.
Based on interviews with witnesses, victims and their families, a gang leader and his associates, along with public servants, police and lawyers, crime reporter Ann Tornkvist’s Follow F***ing Orders is a no-holds-barred, exhaustively researched account of the brutal 2010 murders of professional Swedish footballer Eddie Moussa and his brother Yaacoub. Their murders sent the town of Södertälje reeling and precipitated Sweden’s biggest ever investigation into organised crime. As it recounts the personal tragedy, with all its complicated layers and twists, the book is shot-through with personal flair - Tornkvist has a detective‘s eye for detail, and a writer’s way with words. The result is a gripping, visual, visceral account of a mobster murder that gripped Sweden. The author’s deep involvement is clear through her forensic writing, and then there’s the fact that the book’s publication was threatened by threats on her life. This is true crime at its truest.