• A haunting, compassionate work

  • Indridason manages to keep the reader guessing about the identity of both killer and victim right to the last

    Sunday Express
  • An absorbing story which confirms Indridason's place among the leading writers of Nordic crime fiction

    Sunday Telegraph
  • Beautifully written and translated, the novel has both a strong sense of place and themes that transcend it; it confirms Indridason as one of those crime writers who rises above genre, combining suspense with moving insights into the human condition

    Sunday Times
  • Indridason pieces together a convincing plot, while exploring universal issues of political idealism and shattered dreams

    Daily Mirror

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