The Blinded Man
The first Intercrime thriller (Intercrime)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 448 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 July 2012|
Two of Sweden's most powerful businessmen have been murdered. In the face of mounting panic amongst the financial elite, a task force has been created to catch the culprit before he kills again. To his surprise, Detective Paul Hjelm, currently under investigation for misconduct after shooting a man who took a bank hostage, is summoned to join the team. But the killer has left no clues - even removing the bullets from the crime scenes - and Hjelm and his new teammates face a daunting challenge if they are to uncover the connection between the murdered men and identify any potential victims before he strikes again. The first book in the critically acclaimed Intercrime series, The Blinded Man is an intelligent and gripping crime novel.
Set to be the new Scandinavian crime sensation from BBC Four: The Blinded Man, the first in Arne Dahl's award winning crime series, introduces us to an elite team of detectives on the hunt for the killer of several high profile businessmen
About the Author
Arne Dahl is an award-winning Swedish crime novelist and literary critic. The Blinded Man is the first book in the Intercrime series, adaptations of which the BBC will be screening in the slot that made The Killing, Borgen and The Bridge into household names. Tiina Nunnally has translated more than fifty books from Swedish, Danish and Norwegian.
"Mystery devotees who loved Mankell's Kurt Wallander, and crime-fiction "lifers" who still treasure Sjowall's and Wahloo's Martin Beck, will want to add Paul Hjelm to their short lists of international favorites" * Booklist * "Thoughtfully haunting and sometimes beautifully written, the first of Hjelm's cases to be translated into English is likely to resonate with readers of the Stieg Larsson trilogy" * Kirkus (starred) * "Arne Dahl has created a school of his own within the Swedish crime writing tradition. He combines global intrigue with intelligence, suspense, and genuine literary quality" -- Lars Kepler, author of 'The Hypnotist' "Loose canon Paul Helm and his character-filled team entertainingly chase multiple false leads as they hunt for a Thelonious Monk obsessed assassin" * Metro * "[A] superb police procedural... Dahl has created a brilliant character and a terrific story, and should that not be enough, this is a classic cop-shop tale of the old school" * The Globe and Mail (Canada) *
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