All tagged Nordic Thriller

It's January and Fjällbacka sleep under a thick coat of snow. A confused girl wander in the woods. She is badly wounded and proceeds stumbling barefoot, her eyes like two blacks holes on a pale face. Her wanders ends when, reaching the road, a car run her over, killing her.

Camilla is back and once again she uses the same deadly mix: gruesome atrocities, familiar characters, incredible twists. THE ICE CHILD, ninth book of Fjallbacka series, tells a story that originated in the deepest darkness ..

MARKED FOR LIFE by Emelie Schepp (Jana Berzelius #1)

The astounding success ofNordic thriller continues unabated and I, like many other passionate readers, I can't be happier. The debut of the talented (and very beautiful) Swedish writer Emelie Schepp, landed in the United States where, despite fierce criticism related to poor quality of translation from Swedish, is having a huge succes.
MARKED FOR LIFE, the first installment of the trilogy of Jana Berzelius, the icy and mysterious Public Prosecutor and protagonist of the series, is set in Sweden. An intricate and chilling procedural thriller that turns the spotlight on an extremely hot and actual topic in Europe at the moment: illegal immigration and human trafficking.

A boat that rocks alone in front of the green island. No one would notice that under the mild ripples lurk deep and dark waters. In THE MISSING by Caroline Eriksson ,that will be published in November 2016 by AmazonCrossing, nothing is what it seems.

The dark tints are once again those typical of Nordic Thriller's locations mixed with a strong psychological component in a successful and winning combination that anticipate a great success. A combination of confusion and panic that keep the reader glued from the very first page, making clear that you will hardly put down THE MISSING before you finish it. It is easy to understand, after just a few chapters, because it has been so successful at the Frankfurt fair, selling in less than a week the rights in 22 countries around the globe.