The Undesired: A Thriller

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Price
$26.99  $25.10
Publisher
Minotaur Books
Publish Date
Pages
368
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.1 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250152220

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About the Author

YRSA SIGURDARDÓTTIR (pronounced UR-suh SIG-ur-dar-daughter) lives with her family in Reykjavík. She is a director of one of Iceland's largest engineering firms. Her work is climbing bestseller lists all over the world, and films are currently in production for several of her books. Her titles include The Day is Dark and Ashes to Dust.

Reviews

"I can see why so many people are enthusiastic about Yrsa's work. It's very engaging, fresh and exciting." --James Patterson

"Two narratives converge on an exciting climax that testifies to Sigurdardóttir's command of psychological nuance and bitter irony."--Kirkus (starred) on The Undesired

"A particularly propulsive...pleasurably creepy read, but beware: It may make you lose your sea legs for quite some time." --the Boston Globe on Silence of the Sea

"Someone to Watch Over Me seductively weaves together two seemingly disparate stories." --Cleveland Plain Dealer (Grade: A)

"An involving, dark tale." --Booklist on Someone to Watch Over Me

"I Remember You combines an intricate mystery with a very frightening ghost story, and Sigurdardottir pulls it off well." --RT Book Reviews

"Drives to a shattering climax that honors the traditions of both detective fiction and ghost stories." --Kirkus Reviews on I Remember You

"I Remember You ranks among the scariest, right up there with the best of Stephen King and Peter Straub. It's that good. And that scary. And, ultimately, that moving." --EarlyWord on I Remember You

"A series that goes from strength to strength." --Crimepieces

"A solid bet for fans of Scandinavian mysteries." --Library Journal

"Someone To Watch Over Me, just out, has already seen Yrsa Sigurdardóttir inevitably labeled 'Iceland's answer to Stieg Larsson." --The Independent (UK)