The end of Motive X

Did you read Motive X and felt just as snoopy as I did when the book ended without the case being solved and the offender being caught? Well, finally, here is the rest of the story. X Ways to Die continues the nightmare-like events hitting the idyllic town of Helsingborg, where a serial killer seems to strike out of nowhere. No apparent motive and no consistent method make it extremely hard to anticipate the killer´s next move. In fact, death hangs on the roll of the dice.

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Lazarus – resurrection of a nightmare

Do you remember the story of Lazarus from the Bible? Then the title of this seventh instalment in the Joona Linna series by Lars Kepler gives you an important clue to the story. Someone is leaving a trail of broken bodies across Sweden and Europe and the similarities between the murders all point to Jurek Walter, Sweden´s most notorious serial killer. The problem is that he was shot and killed years ago and though he was smarter than most he couldn´t come back from the dead, or…

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Are you a fan of TV series The Killing?

Søren Sveistrup, creator and scriptwriter of the successful Danish TV series The Killing, has just published his debut novel The Chestnut Man. If you enjoyed the TV drama, you will probably enjoy this book, as it contains many similar elements – police procedural, psychological thriller, social realism and interesting characters.

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