Litapåmig Trust Me
Hoffman & Grens #6
Ewert Grens is doing great. An amazing little boy is calling him his pretend grandpa and for the first time in thirty years, there is a woman he wants to dress nicely for.
Why does it all then transform into a nightmare of lethal injections, slave and organ trade, and kidnappings? And how does it all lead to the murder of someone close to Ewert?
In this stand-alone installment in the Hoffman & Grens series, Anders Roslund cements his place among our time’s greatest suspense novelists. Trust Me is an unstoppable thriller where no one can be trusted.
“[Anders Roslund] writes with an extremely powerful drive and an unbeatable ability to build suspense.”
“Anders Roslund is a master at creating suspense. /…/ The story unfolds with furious speed.”
“Roslund defends his position as one of the country’s top suspense novelists. /…/ [Trust Me is] a thriller that has close to everything: very prominent page-turning qualities. An increasingly intricate and refined plot. A double-cross that almost makes you seasick. And not least, among it all, beautifully depicted human compassion.”
“If the last novel had a grim story and an opening you won’t forget any time soon, this new tale is slightly grimmer. /…/ But since Roslund is a skilled author, he manages to guide his readers through the gruesome with a little hope and above all – a significant dose of suspense. /…/ Roslund depicts the young women’s vulnerability so credibly that it literally hurts to read. /…/ The resolution is an action-packed stretch that barely leave any room for you to breathe – and you might not be able to exhale even when it’s all over.”
“Anders Roslund is one of the best in the genre in Sweden, always with an important agenda. /…/ Anders Roslund [is] an author who is needed in the genre.”
“Anders Roslund is skilled at turning up the dial when it comes to suspense – and does so also this time.”
“As always, the narrative is razor sharp and immensely exciting.”
- Anders Roslund
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Czech Republic, Euromedia
Estonia, Eesti Raamat
Netherlands, De Geus
Norway, Cappelen Damm
Sweden, Albert Bonniers