Victim Without a Face
|Series:||A Fabian Risk Thriller|
A KILLER WITH A MESSAGE
The first victim was a bully who liked using his fists. The second was a thug who favoured steel-capped boots. Their bodies bore the marks of a killer who knew their sins. A single clue was left at the scene: a class photo from 1982, with two faces neatly crossed out.
A DETECTIVE WHO CAN'T LET GO
There are eighteen men and women in the photo who are still alive - and one of them is the lead detective on the case. Fabian Risk thought he'd left his schooldays behind. Now his classmates are dying for the sins of their childhood ... Who is the faceless killer who's come back to haunt them?
CAN YOU EVER HIDE FROM JUSTICE?
'More gripping than Jo Nesbo' Tony Parsons.
'Full of surprise, suspense, and the shadows of the past. I read it in one sitting' Ake Edwardson. 'The next Swedish thriller king' Crimetime Award Jury. 'Grabs you from the very first page and refuses to let you go' Michael Hjort and Hans Rosenfeldt. 'More gripping than Jo Nesbo, blacker than Stieg Larsson and more bleakly human than Henning Mankell' Tony Parsons.
Stefan Ahnhem is an established screenwriter for both TV and film. He also serves on the board of the Swedish Writers Guild. He lives in Stockholm. Victim Without a Face is his first novel. Rachel Willson-Broyles is an American translator specializing in literature. She recently translated The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden by Jonas Jonasson, Mona by Dan T. Sehlberg, and Room No. 10 by Ake Edwarson. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.