By Hans Koppel
A harrowing and unforgettable mystery that has taken Sweden and Britain by means of storm―a twisted plot of revenge and tragedy by way of a author whose edgy and gritty sort conjures up Henning Mankell and Hakan Nesser
Mike Zetterberg lives along with his spouse Ylva and their daughter in a home simply open air Helsingborg in Sweden. One night, Ylva does not come domestic as anticipated. Mike passes it off as a drink with a piece good friend, but if she's nonetheless lacking the next day to come, he begins to fret. As Mike battles suspicion from the police and his personal depression, he's unaware that Ylva remains to be alive, only a stone's throw from his own residence: Ylva has been drawn right into a twisted plot of revenge that leads again into her and her abductors' shared past.
Given the surprising and mysterious situations of her disappearance, Mike turns into the executive suspect. yet what not anyone is familiar with is that she's being held hostage within the cellar of the home around the highway. A mystery digital camera has been organize in her own residence in order that Ylva can purely watch her kinfolk at the monitor. they can not see her―and they more than likely can't pay attention her scream.
This superbly-told story of terrible tragedy and brutal revenge now makes its American debut in paperback.