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Flickan under gatan (Grens & Sundkvist #4)

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  310 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Det är vinter och bitande kallt. Ewert Grens har trettiofyra olösta fall på sitt bord. Hans älskade Anni ligger dessutom svårt sjuk. Men när en död kvinna hittas i en kulvert under S:t Görans sjukhus får han lägga allt annat åt sidan.

Samtidigt står plötsligt fyrtiotre övergivna barn, som talar ett främmande språk, i polishusets entré.

Ewerts kollega Mariana Hermansson dras
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 16th 2008 by Pocketförlaget (first published January 1st 2007)
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Thomas Strömquist
Silly and unbelievable thriller with a plot that feels incredibly poorly staged in Stockholm. Did not care for The Vault either, but was nagged into this one. That's not going to happen again...
I've read Don't tell a soul just before and I liked it, but I wasn't eager to start to read this book (La fille des souterrains (in French))

It was too different from the previous book and when the authors described the city and the streets, it's with names I can't even pronounce!

I want to read more mystery books, so I told myself I would read this one and finish it!
And... I did it!

I must say it wasn't the best book of the year, but it was good enough for me to continue reading it.

The story
Per Jennische
A tense story about the very little known world in the tunnels under the streets of Stockholm where criminals, drug addicts and mentally troubled people hide from society and it's institutions and how they are seen and dealt with by society. Based on a true story the book triggers important questions and thoughts on the less fortunate people in an otherwise internationally generally highly regarded society.
Annika Roos-gäddnäs
Spännande på sina ställen. Lite väl torr på andra. Skulle gärna ha läst mera om alla livsöden. Mera om varje specifik person som fanns under gatan.
I think my shelf mystery-crime-scary says it all. Their crime novels are some of the most brutal ones I have ever read - not because there are serial killers in masks wondering the streets but because most of the stuff they write about actually has happened.
This book centers around the unwanted children in our society - a bus load of Romanian street kids and the kids (and adults) living in the tunnel systems beneath Stockholm.

Not quite as well written as Box 21, though - some logical gaps, some
Mein erster Krimi von Roslund & Hellström und wahrscheinlich auch mein letzter. Auch wenn die Thematik - Strassenkinder in den Tunneln von Stockholm und ein Mord - eigentlich sehr spannend klingt, ist die Aufbereitung doch eher bescheiden. Auch die Parallelität der Erzählstränge vermag keine wirkliche Spannung zu erzeugen und so plätschert die Erzählung vor sich hin bis zum "Finale", dessen Ergebnis man sich schon lange denken kann. Ohne das Original zu kennen, scheint mir die Überstzung aus ...more
Sterk verhaal dat een mens aan het denken zet, op verschillende vlakken!
Het feit dat het door twee schrijvers geschreven is, geeft soms onnodige herhalingen, maar daar blijft dan ook mijn bedenking bij.
Een politieroman van een geëngageerd koppel schrijvers over kinderen die aan hun overgelaten werden en op of onder de straat terecht komen. De auteurs maken duidelijk dat niet alleen in Oost-Europese steden het geval is maar ook in onze rijke westerse grootsteden. Donker.
Pour le voyage dans le sous-sol de la Suède. Mais pas très bon.
Tof om te lezen. Boeiend tot op het einde!
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090627 - 090627
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Anders Roslund is a Swedish author and journalist. He is the founder and former head of Kulturnyheterna (Culture News) on SVT, Sweden's national television broadcaster. For many years he worked as a news reporter – specializing in criminal and social issues – and as an Editor-in-chief at Rapport and Aktuellt, the two major News programmes on SVT.

Roslund regularly collaborates with Börge Hellström,
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