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Publisher Description

In a Swedish village, Detective Patrik Hedstrom investigates a string of suspicious deaths—from the multimillion-copy bestselling author of The Stonecutter.
 A local woman is killed in a tragic car crash, but it isn’t a clear-cut drunk driving case. The victim’s blood contains high alcohol levels, yet she rarely drank a drop. Meanwhile, a new television series begins shooting in Fjällbacka, and as cameras shadow the stars’ every move, tempers start to flare. When a drunken party ends with an unpopular contestant’s murder, all eyes turn to the cast and crew. Could there be a murderer among them? The ratings spike as the country tunes in to a real life murder mystery. Detective Patrik Hedstrom finds himself increasingly unable to focus on the strange circumstances of the first case, but what if that holds the key to a series of other unsolved cases across Sweden? Under the unforgiving media spotlight, Patrik tackles his most challenging investigation yet.   

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2013
May 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pegasus Books
SELLER
OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
SIZE
2.1
MB

Customer Reviews

MygiftsA&L ,

Amazing Series

I love this author and this series!! I just hate that they are not all translated into English! Hurry up and get it done!

Mobius24 ,

The Stranger worth knowing

Things just don't look right. Something is just not adding up. On top of getting married in a few short weeks Patrik has two murders that are not making sense. A reality show is filming in their town and one of the participants ends up dead. A woman who has not touched alcohol in decades ends up dead in a one car traffic accident apparently drunk.
Patrik and his fellow police officers run all over the southern part of Sweden putting the clues together but the clues are leading to a possible serial killer. Not what they expected.
The Stranger is a very interesting police procedure/who done it and a lot more. That one mistake can impact so many lives, in so many ways. I highly recommend it. It was a good read.

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