Game - The Game Trilogy 1 (Paperback)Anders De la Motte (author)
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Play or be played in book one of the Game Trilogy , the Swedish thriller series taking the world by storm.
Are you ready to play?
When Henrik "HP" Pettersson picks up a mobile phone on a Stockholm train one morning, he has no idea that his life is about to change forever.
The phone's invitation to play "The Game" is too tempting to resist and he soon finds himself embarking on a series of dangerous missions. The more daring the task, the greater his thrill and reward.
But fun soon turns to fear as his Police Detective sister is dragged into the action. As their lives spiral out of control, HP faces a challenge he never expected. Can he outwit The Game before it's too late, or will The Game play him?
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 25 mm
`A truly remarkable debut' Evening Standard
`Destined to be an international success' Chi (Italy)
`Put aside Mankell and Larsson' Polska Dziennik Lodzki (Poland)
`A trilogy you shouldn't miss' Dagens Nyheter (Sweden)
`If you thought Swedish crime fiction was only populated by melancholic policemen and sharp, female journalists, you were wrong ... The plot is so well crafted and effective that it keeps you enthralled until the very last page' Politiken (Denmark)
`This game knows no boundaries' Men's Health (Netherlands)
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