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Discover one of the best Scandinavian crime series since Jo Nesbo's Harry Hole. It's the call every officer dreads. Stockholm Criminal Investigator Conny Sjoberg finds a mother and her two young children lying peacefully in bed, their throats coldly and efficiently cut and no signs of a struggle. As Conny and his team get to work they draw a blank on both motive and suspect for these cruel, senseless murders. The only lead they have is a mysterious benefactor of the family - who eludes their every search. Distracted and hampered by the mysterious disappearance of one of their officers, Conny's squad struggles on - until an astonishing discovery turns the case upside down and threatens to tear his team apart...
Closing date: 23/04/2020
Praise for Carin Gerhardsen:
'Carin Gerhardsen writes so vividly, like she is painting with words, gripping your heart and soul in an ever-tightening tourniquet' -- Peter James
'The pages turn themselves, right up to the final startling twist' -- John Verdon
'The books are fast-paced and addictive: finely tuned pieces that virtually demand to be read in one sitting' -- Barry Forshaw
Publication date: 04/06/2015
|Publication date:||4th June 2015|
|Genres:||Crime / Mystery, eBook Favourites, Scandinavian Crime, Thriller / Suspense,|
|Categories:||Thriller / suspense,|
Carin Gerhardsen was born in 1962 in Katrineholm, Sweden. Originally a mathematician, she enjoyed a successful career as an IT consultant before turning her hand to writing crime fiction. The Gingerbread House is the first title in The Hammarby Series, novels following Detective Inspector Conny Sjoberg and his murder investigation team. Carin now lives in Stockholm with her husband and their two children. She is currently working on the seventh title in the series.More About Carin Gerhardsen