Lars Martin Johansson, retired head of the Swedish National Criminal Police, stops at a well-known hotdog kiosk for a quick bite to eat before heading home.
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Hannah Monroe, a thirty-something British woman, is excited.
“debut effort . . . ultimately not worth your time.”
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"totally captivating page-turner"
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Why does a man who has been out of the game for 35 years suddenly become a red-hot target for a military intelligence section determined to remove him permanently from the playing field?
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Darktown proves to be an uncomfortable read at times. Set in post WWII Atlanta, it unabashedly puts racism front and center in the South.
In 2004, Søren Hammer arrived at the house in Frederiksvaerk, Denmark, where his younger sister Lotte lived with her husband and children.
“Guilty Minds crosses the finish line a winner—suspenseful, swift, surefooted, and entertaining to the end.”
Commanding a spectacular hilltop view of Washington, DC, since 1855, St. Elizabeths Hospital has been both a sanctuary for the mentally ill and a treatment center for the criminally insane.
Most everyone has done something in their past that they regret and want to forget. Edie has had somewhat of a roller-coaster life.
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