The Disappeared

Kristina Ohlsson (Author)
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Description

From "one of Sweden's best younger writers" (Los Angeles Times Magazine) and a "talented new author" (Booklist) comes this riveting third book in the critically acclaimed Fredrika Bergman crime series.

A young woman on her way to a party vanishes without a trace, and it's not until two years later that her body turns up. Mercilessly dismembered, it has deteriorated considerably in its lonely burial spot on the edge of a forest. The forensic team is able to identify the body as that of Rebecca Tolle, a student at the nearby university.

Investigative analyst Fredrika Bergman and her team are assigned to solve the case and question those who may be responsible for Rebecca's brutal death. Soon, more bodies are found in the same area. But the killer is still at large.

As Fredrika digs into the case, she discovers that when Rebecca died, she was researching a person with a dark past--one that Rebecca seems to have uncovered. Fredrika is deeply invested in the already heart-wrenching case, but when her lover's name comes up as a possible suspect, it might be too much for her to bear...

"A gripping tale not for the squeamish, the shy, or the nervous" (Kirkus Reviews), The Disappeared is internationally bestselling author Kristina Ohlsson's most mesmerizing thriller yet.

Product Details

Price
$17.00
Publisher
Atria Books
Publish Date
March 17, 2015
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.2 X 1.2 X 8.0 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781476734019

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About the Author

Kristin Ohlsson is a political scientist and has previously worked for the Swedish Security Service as well as a Counter-Terrorism Officer at the OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe). She now lives in Stockholm, where she works full-time as writer.

Reviews

"Expect Ohlsson to join Nesbo on most readers' can't-miss lists." --Booklist (starred review)