The Crow Girl

Author(s): Erik Axl Sund

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The International Sensation. It starts with just one body - tortured, mummified and then discarded. Its discovery reveals a nightmare world of hidden lives. Of lost identities, secret rituals and brutal exploitation, where nobody can be trusted. This is the darkest, most complex case the police have ever seen. This is the world of the Crow Girl.

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The Crow Girl is an unputdownable and terrifying thriller with two striking women as its centre and a series of plot twists that will leave you open mouthed. Dare you read?

"This is addictive, intelligent entertainment of the highest order... It is an astonishingly stringent, well executed and actually almost without exception breathlessly suspenseful psychological thriller bar none" Kristianstadsbladet, Sweden "Impressive and terrifying" Crimezone, Netherlands "Insanely creepy psycho-thriller that places the thin veneer of normality under the microscope." Elle, Denmark "The Crow Girl is a psychological thriller that will take you to the darkest corners of human insanity", Italy

Erik Axl Sund is the pseudonym for 2 authors who have been friends and collaborators for years: Jerker Erikson and Hakan Axlander Sundquist. Hakan was a sound engineer, musician and artist, while Jerker was a music producer and worked as a librarian in a prison. Both live in Sweden where they are now full-time writers, and also run an art gallery together. Originally written as a trilogy before being re-worked for the English language markets The Crow Girl is their first book. The complete trilogy received the 'Special Award' from the Swedish Academy of Crime Writers in 2012, with the academy highlighting the trilogy's "hypnotically captivating psychoanalysis in crime fiction form."

General Fields

  • : 9781846557576
  • : Vintage
  • : Harvill Secker
  • : 0.931
  • : March 2016
  • : 234mm X 153mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

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  • : Erik Axl Sund
  • : Paperback
  • : 1
  • : en
  • : very good
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