One sunny summer day, two young tourists are shot to death on the island of Gotland. Both of them have parents who are immigrants to Sweden. When the police appear on the scene, they find that there’s been a third person staying with them – an Egyptian passport is still in the room. It is easy to think that the murders may be hate crimes, but then why doesn’t the third person turn up?
Policeman Fredrik Broman throws himself completely into the investigation so that he doesn’t have to think about his rocky marriage. His wife Ninni has just thrown him out after finding out about his affair with his female colleague.
All of a sudden, something happens which throws the Nisseviken murder investigation into high gear. A bomb explodes on a Gotland ferry boat, and a number of people die in the chaos. All communication ceases and fear spreads throughout society. Has international terrorism arrived in this peaceful summer paradise and in secure Sweden?
English reading material available. Translation by Per Carlsson.
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Italy: Fazi Editore
Netherlands: Lantaarn Publishers
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Sweden: Ordfront Förlag
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