I've read several books by Liza Marklund and this is quite a typical Marklund book, I think. So, if you enjoyed her previous books, you'll like this one too.
I loved it that a lot of the story took place in Spain. We've had enough Scandinavian settings from Marklund and her fellow Nordic crime writers. It's good to see that outside of this somewhat exotic setting for many English-speaking readers, the story still holds up.
While the story generally seemed realistic, some story lines merged together into one story, where a few too many coincidences came
together. Both unnecessary and unlikely. There were a few love interests, and these were not over-romanticised but very real-world.
The story becomes quite exciting towards the end, to the point that you can't believe Annika will be able to escape her precarious situation.
Another enjoyable thriller from Liza Marklund.