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The Ice Princess (2002)

by Camilla Läckberg

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I will read the other two books by Camilla Lackberg, I enjoyed this story and hope to have a new author to add to my list of favorites. ( )
  bytheseabchcmbr | Jan 8, 2015 |
I registered a book at BookCrossing.com!
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  JosieRivers | Dec 28, 2014 |
The Ice Princess for me was not a 5 star debut about a mysterious suspenseful crime, but, rather a 3 star novel about relationships, atmosphere, and family secrets. ( )
  Buttonholed | Dec 27, 2014 |
The Ice Princess. Camilla Lackberg. 2003. Here is another author who has been compared to Stieg Larsson and she’s good, not as good as Larsson but good. Very good, in fact. The characters are interesting and developed nicely; there are plot twists and turns galore. Erica, a writer returned home to empty her parents’ house. While she is there of her childhood friend, Alex is found dead. The friend’s parents ask Erica to write a memorial obituary. Because of this Erica meets the police officer in charge of the case who happens to be a childhood friend. The attraction grows as the plot thickens! ( )
  judithrs | Dec 24, 2014 |
The Ice Princess marks a promising start to Camilla Lackberg's Falck and Hedström series, though there is plenty of room for improvement. The central mystery, which surrounds a young woman's death and the many interwoven secrets lying dormant beneath a small town, was quite engrossing. My main gripes were the dialogue and the romance between the two lead characters - both of which were hollow and clichéd. This may be partly down to lousy translation, so I plan to give Lackberg's books another try. ( )
  whirled | Sep 14, 2014 |
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A more than welcome addition to the growing ranks of Scandinavian fiction . . . Fjallbacka and its crimes and people will soon be as popular here as they are in (Lackberg's) native Sweden.--Peter Robinson, author of "All the Colors of Darkness."

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