The Fire Witness

the Fire WitnessPsychologically tense and as fast-paced as The Hypnotist, the third book in the Joona Linna series by Lars Kepler is already a worldwide sensation, appealing to fans of Stieg Larsson and Jo Nesbo.

Detective Inspector Joona Linna, under internal review by the National Police for an alleged infraction, is on leave to solve some troubling personal business when he is called in to “observe” the investigation of a gruesome and strange murder at Birgittagarden, a youth home for wayward teenage girls. But it’s not long before Linna is drawn deeply into the intricate, disturbing case. Intriguing, astonishing, and with all of the suspense that first captured audiences in The HypnotistThe Fire Witness is Lars Kepler at his most psychologically complex and thrilling.

Review

 • “A Brilliant thriller…” — Norrköpings Tidningar
• “It all goes at maximum speed and it’s impossible to hit the brakes before reaching the end.” — Skånska Dagbladet
• “It’s like falling down a stream, you get caught up and can hardly breathe.” — Dagens Nyheter
• “Incredibly enthralling…” — VLT
• “I have never before come across something so thrilling than the works of Kepler.” — Barometern
• “A notable page-turner…” — Kulturnytt

About the Author

Lars Kepler is the pseudonym of Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril & Alexander Ahndoril, both critically-acclaimed writers under their own names. Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril’s first novel Stjärneborg (Castle of Stars) has been translated in several languages while Alexander Ahndoril’s novelThe Director, about Ingmar Bergman, was shortlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize. The Fire Witness is the third book in a series featuring Detective Inspector Joona Linna. The author lives in Sweden.
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