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  • Strong characters raise questions of how well we know those close to us . . . gripping

    Financial Times
  • PRAISE FOR UNSEEN:

    Just when I thought that the flow of impressive crime writers from the Nordic countries was slowing down, up pops another. Unseen is the Swede Mari Jungstedt's first novel, but it doesn't feel like it. She is in total control of plot and pace, conveys chilling atmosphere and her characters are well above average for believability.

    Marcel Berlins, The Times
  • There's an icy dispassionate grip to Jungstedt's writing that recalls Henning Mankell.

    Metro

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