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Malice in Malmo (#6 Inspector Anita Sundstrom Mystery)
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Torquil MacLeod
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Malice in Malmo (#6 Inspector Anita Sundstrom Mystery)

Torquil MacLeod



Fiction & Literature;
Crime & mystery;
Thriller & suspense


203 pages

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When a leading Malmoe entrepreneur turns up bound and gagged in a city-centre cemetery, the Skane County Police have no obvious clues as to who is behind the kidnap. More complications arise when a second leading business figure is snatched and Inspector Anita Sundstroem and her colleagues are under pressure not only to find the victim, but also catch the gang.

The team is then further stretched with the murder of a malicious investigative journalist who has ruined the lives of many prominent Swedes. Unlike the kidnap case, there is no shortage of suspects. Both investigations are far from straightforward, and Anita's professional life is about to become more turbulent with her nemesis, Alice Zetterberg, waiting in the wings. Warring companies... fallen celebrities... and an adversary from a past case reappears on the scene as Anita Sundstroem tries to find the truth in the sixth full-length Malmoe Mystery

By:   Torquil MacLeod
Imprint:   Woodslane
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   6
Dimensions:   Height: 127mm,  Width: 25mm, 
ISBN:   9780857161871
ISBN 10:   0857161873
Series:   Inspector Anita Sundstrom Mysteries
Pages:   203
Publication Date:   November 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Torquil MacLeod was an advertising copywriter for 36 years. Born in Edinburgh, he now lives in Cumbria, with his wife, Susan. He came up with the idea for his Malmoe detective, Inspector Anita Sundstroem, after the elder of his two sons moved to southern Sweden in 2000, and the author befriended two police detectives (both of whom worked out of the Ystad police station!).

'Anita Sundstroem deserves a place alongside the best Nordic detectives.' Quentin Bates; 'In Anita Sundstroem, torquil MacLeod is developing a Sarah Lund for our decade.' Cafe Thinking; 'Superbly plotted and well researched (as always) with multiple crimes the list of suspects is long as Anita narrows it down to find the culprit. A brilliant series.' Bryan Kirkpatrick

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