AN ACCIDENTAL DEATH?
Reporter Annika Bengtzon is working on the story of a devastating crime when she hears that a journalist investigating the same incident has been killed. It appears to be a hit-and-run accident.
A SERIES OF MURDERS
Several brutal killings follow - all linked by handwritten letters sent to the victims' relatives. When Annika unravels a connection with
The series is based on the reporter Annika Bengzton, the stories she does and her family.
Even though I haven't read any of the other books I still really enjoyed this.
All throughout it I kept getting images of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo...maybe because it was based in Sweden but also it just had the same feel to it. (Along with the hard to pronounce names [:)])
Also the same as The Girl With the D ...more
Depois de ter lido o "Homicídio no Parque" fiquei com expectativas demasiado elevadas para os restantes livros da autora, da série da Annika Bengtzon. Tendo os seus livros duas ordens distintas - a ordem de publicação e a ordem cronológica da história - é difícil escolher como os vamos ler. O ideal seria a ordem de publicação. Porém, a minha pesquisa sobre a autora e a sua obra foi consequência do impacto da leitura do seu primeiro livro publicado em Por ...more
I first heard about Marklund though a reviewer here at Goodreads that I follow. At that time, Marklund's series was not availble in the U.S.,
become the rage after Larsson and Nesbo have braved the Atlantic and hit pay dirt here in the USA! This is an amazing weave of spy vs.
Spy vs. Spy. and misdirection, wrong turns, bad decisions, and misplaced loyalties that just make us glad that we the reader live easier less complicated lives. ( seriously)
I discovered them 5 or so years ago and been on a one woman rant about them! N ...more
SERIES: #5 of 5
At one time, Annika Bengzton was the head of the crime team at a leading Swedish newspaper. Currently, she works as an independent investigative reporter, whose bosses don’t always trust her judgment in the stories that she chooses to report. Her current obsession is with an event that occurred 40 years earlier, when a Draken fighter plane exploded at a northern Swedish base. She senses that a cover-up has occurred; as she inv ...more
Opinião completa: http://marcadordelivros.blogspot.pt/2...
Annika Bengtzon is a crime reporter for a major paper in Stockholm. She decides to investigate a murder of a journalist. She comes to believe that this crime connects to one that occurred 30 years ago, when a plane was blown up on a Swedish air base and someone was killed in the explosion, and the group responsible for the explosion were never caught. The police had a suspect, the ...more
The plot of RED WOLF, that idea of the past having a ...more
A man, born in Sweden near the Arctic Circle, returns to his country after nearly forty years. He has become more comfortable speaking and thinking in French than in his native tongue. He fled Sweden as a young man and now he is returning to die. He needs to see some of the people he knew so well so long ago. He has skills now that he didn’t have then. He is an assassin and he has unfinished business.
RED WOLF begins a few months after the end of THE BOMBER. Annika Bengtzon has become a free-lanc ...more
The book is long with a slow start. Thankfully It picked up the pace after 100 pages or so and then it really engaged my interest as I continued the story. It's fascinating to read about the rebels in the 1960s - I had little idea how China's Revolution and Mao had such far-reaching impact in a country as different as it could be, in this case, Sweden.
I have read her first book in the seri ...more
That kind of things are the worst. When something bad happens, when you feel like the person you love is drifting apart and suddenly, you don’t know what to do, but find support in someone else’s ar ...more
I also didn't particularly like the crime to solve in this book, perhaps some of the others are better.
I do like the main character, she has flaws, has marital problems, and has some weird friends!
This series has also been ...more
I'm okay with cultural differences in language but she needed to get an English editor. I read an advanced copy of her novel and towards the end of the 'why he did it segment', a large section was ...more
Perhaps not all Scandi crime is created equally. I love Karin Fossum. I've read other novels in this genre. I have even read other Liza Markland - but I just cannot warm to her books. I was expecting much more crime and a lot less personal dramas. Alas on balance it seemed to be much more personal dramas of the main characte ...more
In this, her fifth Annika Bengtzon novel, Marklund really reminds me what was so g ...more
From what I can see, Liza Marklund is a well-known author in Switzerland, and this is the first book of hers to be published in the USA. Her popular series is Annika Bengzon, an investigative news reporter.
So what happened in the previous books in the series, I have no idea as this is the first one to hit the USA market. What I ...more
Not so with "Red Wolf".
The story focuses around Annika Bengtzon, a journalist for a major newspaper. She receives a mesage to meet with another journalist from a rival paper who says h ...more
Liza Marklund was born in 1962 in the small village of Pålmark, close to the Arctic Circle in Sweden. She is an author, journalist, columnist, and goodwill ambassador for UNICEF. She is also co-owner of Piratförlaget, one of Sweden’s most successful publishing ...more