By Kjell Eriksson
When The Princess of Burundi was once released via Thomas Dunne Books, American critics hailed Kjell Eriksson as Sweden's Ed McBain, and so they in comparison him to Henning Mankell. Now The merciless Stars of the Night, the subsequent during this across the world acclaimed crime sequence, unveils a spellbinding new story back that includes police inspector Ann Lindell.
The merciless Stars of the Night opens one snowy day whilst thirty-five-year-old Laura Hindersten is going to the police to record that her father, an area professor, is lacking. Inspector Ann Lindell and her colleagues can locate no cause for the man's disappearance. And while the corpses of 2 aged males do occur, neither of the lifeless males is the lacking academic.
Unexpectedly, the police get aid from one of many professor's colleagues, who believes there's an spectacular hyperlink among the murders and the disappearance of Professor Hindersten. yet because the strain on Lindell raises dramatically, she is surprised to find that the killer has many extra diabolical schemes in store.
Combining heart-pounding suspense with excellent mental perception, The merciless Stars of the Night strikes like a comet because it methods the cliff-hanging climax. it's bound to win Kjell Eriksson an entire new galaxy of yank fans.