Reviews

  • A creepy tale

    The Times
  • A master of the Icelandic thriller.

    New York Post
  • Invigorating Iceland-set slice of Nordic Noir

    Daily Mail
  • Fiendishy clever trilogy

    Financial Times
  • Triumphant conclusion to the trilogy. Only Ragnar Jónasson has rendered hindsight so heartbreaking.

    Sunday Times (on the Hidden Iceland trilogy)
  • A mist-shrouded blend of horror and psychological thriller . . . works in every way. The isolated village and the pre-smartphone 1980s setting create a sense of claustrophobia that combines with the villagers' secrecy and the hint of supernatural elements to infuse strong foreboding throughout what is ultimately revealed to be a story about trust

    Booklist
  • The Icelandic king of crime

    Göteborgsposten
  • Few among the country's authors match Jonasson in conveying insular abandonment . . . excellent

    Toronto Star
  • Praise for Ragnar Jónasson

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  • Triumphant . . . Chilling, creepy, perceptive, almost unbearably tense

    Ian Rankin

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