Reviews

  • "one of the most haunting crime novels you can expect to read: unsentimental, yet informed throughout by Indridason’s extraordinary empathy with human suffering"

    The Times
  • "An intelligent, gripping and moody tale with superior characterisation"

    Marcel Berlins, The Times
  • "The narrative grips, the writing, excellently translated by Cribb, is resonant and lyrical, and the atmosphere is chillingly creepy"

    Laura Wilson, Guardian
  • "Hypothermia is one of the most haunting crime novels I've read in a long time, unsentimental yet informed by the author's extraordinary empathy with human suffering"

    Joan Smith, Sunday Times
  • "An insightful human story, beautifully written and translated"

    Jessica Mann, Literary Review