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Correspondent One afternoon a young woman is found dead behind a nursery school in a Stockholm suburb She is the fourth victim with the same characteristics a young mother stabbed from behind In the editorial offices of Kvällspressen they sense a serial killer but Annika dismisses it as a wild fantasy Meanwhile her husband Thomas is attending an international con. uite disappointing story not much mystery at all

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Ference in Nairobi Kenya During a reconnaissance trip to the Somali border the entire delegation of seven European envoys is kidnapped As the murder spree in Stockholm continues Annika is dragged into a violent hostage situation that shakes both Europe and East Africa When their unreasonable demands are rejected the kidnappers begin to execute the hostages one by o. Full of gratuitous violence and two strands running through a kidnapping in Somalia and a serial killer in Sweden By the end not sure what the serial killer was all about seemed irrelevant to it all

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In the newest thriller from #1 internationally bestselling author Liza Marklund dubbed the ueen of Scandinavian Crime Fiction Annika Bengtzon tracks an unknown adversary through a web of lies and violence bringing her face to face with a terrifying enemy Annika Bengtzon is back at Kvällspressen's Stockholm offices after three years as the newspaper's Washington DC. I was given a copy of Borderline by Lisa Marklund though Random House UK Transworld Publishers via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I was intrigued with the cover and went to investigate further This is a Swedish crime thriller that started off slowly but soon took off with rapid speed Once I got into it I was hooked and couldn t put it downA young mother with small feet and high heels drops her son off at nursery school in Axelsberg Sweden and dies on the pathway home during a snowstorm Her name hadn t been released yet Cause of death is unknown yet This is the fourth murder victim found recently all women from Stockholm All stabbed A Serial Killer on the looseThe main protagonist Annika Bengtzon a news reporter had worked as a Washington correspondent and her husband Thomas was given a research post at the Swedish Embassy while she was there They have two children a boy and a girlThomas had volunteered to attend a EU Delegation in Nairobi about co operation concerning European borders But Thomas was an unfaithful husband who had other plans in mind for this trip chasing after a sexy young British delegate But then Annika is told that her husband one of seven delegates had been kidnapped in Kenya and soon after came the exorbitant ransom reuests The POV switches between the emotions and torment that Annika and her family are faced against and the kidnap negotiations versus Thomas and the other hostages their captivity in a hut and unbearable living conditions with possible execution in the front of their mindsAnd during all this dilemma Annika is still investigating the women murder victims in Stockholm She has on her plate to handle than most could look afterBut Annika s time is running outand she is scrambling to come up with ransom money A race to the finish as I uickly clicked the pages to find out how it would end This was a fast paced crime thriller that will appeal to a wide range of readers Check it outyou won t be disappointed


10 thoughts on “Du gamla du fria

  1. says:

    I was given a copy of Borderline by Lisa Marklund though Random House UK Transworld Publishers via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I was intrigued with the cover and went to investigate further This is a Swedish crime thriller that started off slowly but soon took off with rapid speed Once I got into it I was hooked and couldn't put it downA young mother with small feet and high heels drops her son o

  2. says:

    This was my first book in this series of Crime Reporter Annika Bengtzon set in Stockholm I was on a mission to try new female detective books though this does not fit that criteria precisely This particular book features a kidnap of her husband Thomas who ventured into Africa on a UN style mission with a group all of whom were treated to brutality kidnapping for ransom murder etc It was something different but I don't th

  3. says:

    Annika is a reporter whose husband has been kidnapped while on a diplomatic mission in Africa Borderline is the story of what happens during Annika's and her husband's Thomas lives while Thomas is held captiveThe story is complex While Annika is facing the death of her husband she is also chasing down a serial killer plag

  4. says:

    This one just slipped through the net of last years reading material and I am so sorry it did because this stor

  5. says:

    uite disappointing story not much mystery at all

  6. says:

    This is a thriller by Liza Marklund part of a series that I haven’t read previously Nevertheless I enjoyed this oneAnnika is a reporter who stumbles across the body of a young mum who had just dropped her chil

  7. says:

    I was given a copy of this novel by Lisa Marklund by Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The book had a relatively slow start but by halfway I was hooked and couldn't put it downThe lead character is Annika Bengtzon who is a news reporter and her world is turned upside down when she is told her husband has been kidnapped in

  8. says:

    Fast paced crime thriller by Liza Marklund This in # 9 is Annika Bengtzon's newspaper correspondent series Set in Stockholm and Kenya a hostage situation develops which is a bit gruesome but enjoyable The first of her serie

  9. says:

    Full of gratuitous violence and two strands running through a kidnapping in Somalia and a serial killer in Sweden By the end not sure what the serial killer was all about seemed irrelevant to it all

  10. says:

    ARC; Via NetgalleyNordic crime fiction does tend to be rather dark and have depressing characters It is successful in part because of its mood It is difficult for an American to image a Nordic version of Poirot or Miss Marple Nordic fiction goes good with hard liuor But Liza Marklund doesn’t uite flow this pattern in her Annika Bengzton series In fact of the female Nordic mystery writers I have read which I will admit is few the books on