The Ninth Grave by Stefan Ahnhem

Book blurb…

TWO COUNTRIES IN THE GRIP OF WINTER. 
On the coldest day of the year, Sweden’s Minister for Justice steps out of Parliament House and into a blizzard – and disappears. That same night, across the Baltic Sea, a Danish celebrity finds a stranger lurking in her snow-bound home.

TWO KILLERS STALK THE STREETS. 
One is a surgeon who carefully dissects his victims. The other is a brutal predator who targets women. Police in Stockholm and Copenhagen are closing in on their suspects. But as winter darkens and more people die, their investigations begin to unravel.

SOMETIMES MURDER IS JUST THE BEGINNING…

My thoughts…

This story is a puzzle made from human suffering. So, if you like your books with brutal predators, this is one to read.

The Police who investigate these crimes work above and beyond the call of duty in order to find the perpetrator. The crimes are committed across two countries, with no definite links and with different investigations taking place.

I like to think I can guess who the perpetrator is in the books I read, but this plot stumped me. There was no putting the story together until the climactic ending.

This review is also posted on Goodreads

Published by Harper Collins Australia

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About Jeannette

I'm living the dream, reading my way around this country and living in a 5th wheeler caravan.
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