The second page-turning novel from the new Swedish queen of crime fiction - DI Charlie Lager returns to investigate a long-buried disappearance...
DI Charlie Lager returns to investigate a long-buried disappearance in this 'atmospheric', 'evocative' and 'arresting' page-turner of a procedural from the new Swedish queen of crime fiction
She must find the truth about Francesca. Before the past catches up with her...
AN UNSOLVED MYSTERY
Thirty years ago, teenager Paul Bergman was found drowned in Gullspang's lake, and his best friend Francesca vanished from her home. Paul's death was ruled a suicide, and Francesca was never found.
A DETECTIVE'S OBSESSION
DI Charlie Lager is still haunted by childhood memories of a strange house and the missing girl who once lived there.
A DEADLY SECRET
Convinced that the original investigation was flawed, Charlie is determined to uncover what really happened all those decades ago. But someone out there is willing to do whatever it takes to keep the truth from coming out...
Praise for Lina Bengtsdotter:
'A thriller that lingers in the memory' - SUNDAY TIMES
'Atmospheric, evocative...a first-class procedural...an excellent thriller' - CRIME TIME
'Dark Nordic noir' - THE i
'Takes crime fiction to a disturbingly personal, high level' - SHOTS
'Intelligent and arresting' - MORNING STAR
'A brilliant, dense crime novel' - DAGENS NYHETER
A thriller that lingers in the memory - SUNDAY TIMES CRIME CLUB (on For The Missing)
Dark Nordic noir - THE i (on For The Missing)
Intelligent and arresting - MORNING STAR (on For The Missing)
A first-class procedural . . . an altogether excellent thriller - CRIME TIME (on For The Missing)
Lina Bengtsdotter grew up in Gullspang, Sweden. She is a teacher in Swedish and Psychology and has published a number of short stories in various newspapers and magazines in Sweden and the Nordic countries. She has lived in the UK and in Italy and today resides outside of Stockholm with her three children. FOR THE MISSING is her debut novel.