The Long Shadow
Overview - The next thrilling installment in the Annika Bengtzon series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Liza Marklund, who Henning Mankell called "Queen of Scandinavian Crime Fiction." The inspiration for the hit film series, Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter , now available on Netflix. Read more...
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The next thrilling installment in the Annika Bengtzon series from #1 New York Times
bestselling author Liza Marklund, who Henning Mankell called "Queen of Scandinavian Crime Fiction."
The inspiration for the hit film series, Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter
, now available on Netflix.
In this follow-up to Liza Marklund's "stunningly great" (BookReporter.com) thriller Lifetime
, newspaper reporter Annika Bengtzon is left to pick up the pieces after a shocking and complex murder case turns her world upside down and leaves her personal life in shambles.
Meanwhile, an intruder brutally murders an entire family on Spain's Costa del Sol, and Annika must fly to the glitzy locale to report on the case. Upon arrival she discovers that a fifth family member is unaccounted for. Soon, the killers are found, but they too have met their demise--in the same grisly manner they killed the Soderstrom family.
Amid a culture weighed down by drug smuggling and money laundering, Annika must try to find the missing girl before it's too late.
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Marklund’s busy eighth Annika Bengtzon novel finds the dogged Stockholm crime reporter still struggling with the personal and professional aftershocks of her deadly previous case in 2013’s Lifetime. Her latest assignment for her newspaper is hardly a sunny one: writing about the slaughter of former hockey star Sebastian Söderström and his family during the robbery of their Spanish villa. If that weren’t grim enough stuff for Annika to handle while trying to adapt to sharing custody of her two children with her ex (and his dim girlfriend), as well as having to suffer an equally clueless new editor, she’s soon uncovering money laundering, drug trafficking, and glimpses of a history of horrific abuse and murder stretching back decades. Despite the often confusing subplots, this installment in the Bengtzon chronicles offers plenty of suspense. Agent: Niclas Salomonsson, Salomonsson Agency (Sweden). (Apr.)