Project Nirvana by David Evans

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Author
David Evans
Publisher
Massolit
Date of release
Pages
420
ISBN
9781908233035
Binding
Paperback
Illustrations
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PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
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Book review

Project Nirvana is the second part of the Walter Gröhn trilogy, and the sequel to Anger Mode.

The mastermind behind several brutal murders seems to have disappeared from the face of the planet and the investigation is stalled. Detective Inspector Walter Gröhn searches in vain for clues when a hostage drama suddenly leads the hunt in an unexpected direction.

Everything points to a kidnapping of the man responsible, but by whom? And for what reason? At the same time, suspicions arise about an infiltrator in the investigation. Someone inside the police headquarters seems to be doing their utmost to prevent the murderer being found.

A special task force is assembled and once again, Walter and Jonna de Brugge are working side by side, against an adversary who always seems to be one step ahead.

“Tegenfalk writes as if he has never done anything but write thrillers.”
DAST Magazine, Sweden

“Suspense on many parallel tracks.” Sydsvenskan, Swedish daily newspaper

“I repeat what I said about the first book: you will have to look hard for a more exciting thriller...”
Iwan Morelius, Swedish Crime Fiction Academy

“The pace is fast and the plot is thrilling and entertaining.”
Swedish Library Service

About Anger Mode:
“Thrilling, complex and intense. Swedish crime fiction at its best.”
Ian Sansom, author of The Mobile Library series


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