Black Path - A Rebecka Martinsson Investigation
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Om Black Path
A woman's body is found on a frozen lake, bearing the marks of grisly torture. Inspector Anna-Maria Mella knows she needs help with the case - the woman was a key player in a mining company whose tentacles reach across the globe. Lawyer Rebecka Martinsson is desperate to get back to work, to feel alive again after a case that almost destroyed her both physically and emotionally. Soon she is delving into the affairs of the victim's boss, the founder of Kallis Mining, whose relationship with the dead woman was complex and obsessive. Martinsson and Mella are about to uncover a dark and tangled drama of family secrets, twisted sexuality, and corruption on a massive scale. Set against a haunting, icy backdrop and packed with suspense, The Black Path is a menacing and evocative psychological crime novel.'a compelling read ... this series is really amongst the cream of recently translated Scandinavian crime fiction' Eurocrime. 'Åsa Larsson is one of the best' Shots. 'Powerful psychological insights ... gripping ... totally fascinating... Enthralling' Crimesquad. 'Larsson's chilling insight into the worst of human nature cannot be faulted' The Irish Examiner. 'Another enormously successful Swedish import, Larsson is a remarkably good writer who has been well served by her translator' Literary Review. 'as dark in theme as the wintry landscapes are bleak, but Anna-Maria Mella [...] provides sufficient light and warmth to guide even the most Scandi- sceptic reader through to the end' The Sunday Independent. 'Larsson aficionados will know that her duo of distaff investigators are among the most quirkily characterised in the field ... [the] author's grasp of all her characters' psychology possesses a keen veracity' Independent. 'Torture, corruption and perversion: there is no shortage of naughtiness in Åsa Larsson's The Black Path ... A superior example of Scandinavian noir' Sunday Telegraph. 'a gripping tale about how corruption corrupts' Country Life.