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  • Paperback: 528 pages
  • Publisher: Corgi (24 Nov. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 055216092X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0552160926
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 3.3 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 140,334 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Pick up a Liza Marklund book, read it until dawn, wait until the stores open, buy another one" (James Patterson)

"Dynamic plots with suspense throughout" (Kathy Reichs)

"Twists and turns you never see coming... I am but one of a steadily growing group of loyal fans" (Karin Slaughter)

"One of the most popular crime writers of our time" (Patricia Cornwell)

"Edge-of-your-seat suspense" (Harlan Coben)

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All she wants for Christmas...is to survive.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By rah on 2 Jan. 2012
Format: Paperback
I am part of the Transworld Group

This is the second novel that I have read written by this author and I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. Set 5 years after Vanished, it gives you an excellent insight into what it is like to be a working mother of two children. Juggling the responsibilities of home and work, love for her husband and children but also a love of her work and the difficulties that this can cause.

Liza draws you in from the first page and you grab every chance that you can to read on, you want to know what is going to happen next, you associate with the main character and recognise the feelings that she has. The story unfolds in a systematic way whereby you keep up with everything that is happening and do not get lost due to too many characters or too many side issues. The home life and work life are explained in a philosophical, but practical manner which makes you empathetic but not bored. The reporter goes out on a limb for people, she involves herself fully and makes good judgement calls. Although this is a crime thriller it remains extremely humanistic, the reporter is not superwoman, she is ordinary with normal human failings, in other words she is believable.

Liza's writing style is descriptive, she includes different areas of Stockholm, encourages you to picture the scenes so that you can place the characters clearly. I value her as a writer and will definitely be buying the rest of her books.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 July 2001
Format: Hardcover
In the early morning a week before Christmas a bomb ravages the Olympic Stadium in Stockholm. Annika Bengtzon, a young mother, who has recently become crime editor on the newspaper Kvällspressen, has to leave her rather strange dream about sex in space to investigate the cause and damage. The remains of the dynamic OS-boss Christina Furhage is found on the destroyed stand, which puts Annika in the middle of a murder hunt. To find the answer Annika starts to explore the life behind the perfect front, which Christina Furhage has managed to create. The bomber has to be found quickly since the Olympic Games in Stockholm is only six months away but when Annika digs deeper into to mystery it puts her and her family in danger.
It is the first time we meet Annika and she is a refreshing change to the usual rather corpulent and arrogant male detective, who features in too many crime novels. The snoopy journalist in her drives her to write - not to solve crimes but a detective and a journalist work after the same pattern. This is a pattern the author knows exceptionally well since Liza Marklund is a successful Swedish journalist. Annika is named after Marklund's daughter Annika and her favorite editor from her time as a journalist on the Swedish national newspaper Expressen Bengt Bengtzon.
Marklund says she longed for a heroine, who reminded her about herself and her friends. A career woman, who has a husband, kids, mortgage and paranoia regarding food and health but on the same time an insatiable appetite on life. Annika is brought to life in a lively but loving manner. She is not a super woman or a Lara Croft but someone closer to human dimensions with a lot of courage combined with a huge curiosity.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Broadhurst VINE VOICE on 23 Nov. 2011
Format: Paperback
This is the fourth and final book in my Transworld Reading Challenge and is another new author to me. A Swedish author, who has hit the crime market in UK by storm.

This book is set over seven days and includes three murders. The main character is Annika, a crime reporter who wants to find who is responsible for the crimes.

I really enjoyed this book. I found it to be fast paced and the plot flowed effortlessly. Throughout the book I found it gave us an insight into the possible conflicts faced by the media, in this case the newspapers, where journalists wanted to find and report the real story whereas the editors are governed by the constraints of reporting. This was evident in this book and I enjoyed this side to the book. The main character Annika is a working mother who also has to juggle her career with family life and this is also discussed within the book and I think this will be something that readers can identify with, a real woman with the same worries as many other working mothers.

I would recommend this book to lovers of crime fiction but be warned once you start this book, you will not want to put it down.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. H. Healy TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Oct. 2011
Format: Paperback
This novel is set in Stockholm and the plot centres around newly promoted chief crime reporter Annika Bengtzon, working at the Evening Post newspaper, who hits upon a massive story. In the fictional events of the novel, Sweden is due to be hosting the next Olympic Games, and there has been a large explosion at the main Victoria Stadium. Annika is straight into finding the facts underneath all the talk about the explosion, wanting the best story and the best picture, first. She has recently been made head of the crime team at the newspaper, and is worrying about being a boss, and dealing with the team around her, some ace reporters working with her, and some other male journalists who refuse to accept her as their chief. Additionally, now that such a big story has broken, she is working a lot of extra hours and seeing little of her husband Thomas and children Kalle and Ellen. Using her sources and her skill and eye for a story and a good picture, Annika finds out who the victim of the bomb blast was, and begins to piece together the truth. Then a second blast occurs, and the investigation is on as to the link with the first. When a further, third event happens, it becomes a personal attack which leaves everyone at the Evening Post deep in shock.

I found this an exciting, pacy read with a gripping storyline, and intriguing personality clashes between the journalists and editors at the newspaper. I liked the exploration of these conflicts. I also enjoyed the tension towards the end of the novel and the dramatic closing chapters. It's interesting reading about the views of the print journalists, and their opinions of the radio and tv reporting on the same incidents.
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