Welcome to my stop on the Faithless blog tour!
As a fairly new reader to the Nordic noir genre, I am always shocked at the atmospheric feel to these novels.
This one was no exception.
Dark and unsettling, Faithless, by Kjell Ola Dahl, had me hooked from the first pages.
Continue reading “Blog Tour: Faithless (Kjell Ola Dahl) @OrendaBooks”
A six-year-old girl found dead and hanging from a tree in the woods. She is wearing doll’s clothing and has an airline tag hanging around her neck with words reading, “I’m traveling alone”. Enter seasoned police investigator, Holger Munch. He takes it upon himself to motivate the brilliant Mia Kruger, who has been off dealing with her personal demons, back to the force to help on the case. As they investigate, it soon becomes clear that both Kruger and Munch have a connection to the case; will they be able to stop the perpetrator before another girl is taken?
Continue reading “Book Review: I’m Travelling Alone (Samuel Bjork)”
Jana Berzelius is a young and brilliant prosecutor; she may aloof and emotionally cold, to some, but she is good at her job…until everything changes. A high-ranking member of the migration board is found murdered and now to protect her own past, a past she struggles to remember, she must find the murderer before the police. In this game of cat and mouse, nothing is as it seems.
Continue reading “Book Review: Marked for Life (Emilie Schepp)”