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The Fire Witness (Hardback)
  • The Fire Witness (Hardback)

The Fire Witness (Hardback)

Hardback Published: 18/07/2013
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The No 1 Swedish thriller by the author of The Hypnotist and The Nightmare One girl is dead Detective Inspector Joona Linna has been called to a home for troubled girls, north of Stockholm. A young girl has been brutally murdered, her body arranged in bed with her hands covering her eyes. One girl is missing Vicky Bennet is the only girl unaccounted for. Did she run away to escape the chaos or does a bloody hammer found under her pillow make her the prime suspect? One girl claims to have witnessed it all In Stockholm, Flora Hansen works as a medium, pretending to commune with the dead. When she begins to suffer crippling visions of the young girl's murder, will anyone believe her? As Joona refuses to accept the easy answers, his search leads him into darker, more violent territory, and, finally, to a shocking confrontation with his past.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007467747

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12th July 2013
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“Fast paced and absorbing”

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11th July 2013
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“exciting, pacy thriller”

When I first started to read this book, I was convinced that I was not going to like it. It is divided into 195! very short chapters, is written in the present tense and interweaves several strands and numerous... More

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