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Kjell Eriksson

The Princess of Burundi

Kjell Eriksson The Princess Of Burundi
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Winner of the Swedish Crime Academy Award for Best Crime Novel, The Princess of Burundi introduces American readers to Kjell Eriksson--a crime writer who has quickly become an international sensation.
 
This spellbinding new thriller opens when a young father fails to show up for supper on a snowy night just before Christmas. His is not the only sinister disappearance, and before the final breathtaking climax, a secret killer terrorizes an entire frightened town.
 
Despite being on maternity leave, Inspector Ann Lindell is determined to find John's murderer. The cruel cat-and-mouse game that follows leads Ann to a deadly confrontation with a treacherous killer. Ann must decide whether to take a huge risk that could result in many more dead bodies in the snow, including hers and that of her unborn child.

""Riveting . . . The Princess of Burundi resembles the books of Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo, not to mention those of the modern master Henning Mankell.""
- The Wall Street Journal
 
""Stunning . . . haunting . . . can chill you to the bone.""
- Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times
 
""Terrific . . . subtly brilliant . . . compellingly suspenseful.""
- San Francisco Chronicle
 
""Reminiscent of Ed McBain's 87th Precinct series. Don't miss it.""
- Library Journal (starred review)
 
""Ingenious . . . a chillingly well-drawn psychotic. . . . Very satisfying.""
- Los Angeles Times
 
""A deeply insightful psychological thriller.""
- Midwest Book Review
 
""Suspenseful, intelligent, and perceptive . . . terrific.""
- Publishers Weekly
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