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After She's Gone

Camilla Grebe

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  • 400 sidor
  • 2019
Brought together by a brutal murder, a young boy with a fiercely guarded secret and a psychological profiler losing her memory become unlikely partners in this exhilarating thriller from the writer at the "front rank...of Nordic noir" ( Kirkus Reviews )

Named the Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year by the Swedish Crime Writers' Academy


In the two years that have passed since psychological profiler Hanne Lagerlind-Schon survived an attempted murder, she and investigator Peter Lindgren have rekindled their love, despite Hanne's rapidly advancing dementia threatening their happiness. When the pair is called back to Sweden to investigate a cold case involving the murder of a young girl whose remains were found in a cairn ten years earlier, Hanne is desperate not to lose her job - or worse, Peter - and begins keeping a diary, meticulously chronicling everything she's worried about forgetting.

As Hanne and Peter get closer to solving the case of the murdered girl, they both suddenly go missing. The local police have no leads. The only witness is a teenage boy who sees a woman get into a strange car in the middle of the night, but is afraid of coming forward. The boy, Jake, discovers the notebook Hanne left behind, and reads her notes, fascinated by the unfolding murder case until he makes a shocking realization: his own father was a key suspect in the investigation. Jake becomes determined to uncover the truth on his own.

Hanne reappears with no memory of where she's been - or who she is. Without her notebook, she is lost and terrified, driven by a single thought: find Peter.
  • Författare: Camilla Grebe
  • Format: Inbunden
  • ISBN: 9780425284407
  • Språk: Engelska
  • Antal sidor: 400
  • Utgivningsdatum: 2019-02-01
  • Översättare: Elizabeth Clark Wessel
  • Förlag: Ballantine Books