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Tonight You're Dead by Viveca Sten
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Tonight You're Dead

by Viveca Sten

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Series: The Sandhamn series (4)

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Soon to be divorced, attorney Nora Linde is finding her way as a single mother, and even falling in love again, when she's asked by her childhood friend Detective Thomas Andreasson to help in a disturbing investigation. Marcus Nielsen, a university student, has apparently committed suicide, but it's what he's left behind that's so suspicious and damning: his research into the Coastal Rangers, an elite military group where, in 1977, a young cadet died under questionable circumstances, a sadistic sergeant went free, and a case went cold. When two of Nielsen's contacts are also found dead--and diaries of their tortuous training turn up missing--Thomas and Nora are certain that whatever happened three decades ago is unforgivable. And for someone who wants to keep those secrets buried--unforgettable. Now they must fight against time to expose a cover-up that hasn't yet claimed its last victim.… (more)

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This is another excellent thriller in the Sandhamn series, combining suspense, history, and some very appealing characters -- as well as some other appalling ones. This time, Detective Thomas Andreasson is convinced that the "suicide" of a young graduate student wasn't really a suicide. His investigation focusses in on the student's research topic: an examination of a unit in the Coastal Rangers, an elite Swedish military group, in the 1970's, Two people who were members of the unit turn up dead, and the hunt is on. Andreasson's friend Nora doesn't have a central role in the mystery this time, but she is very much present in the novel, as is Andreasson's personal life. It's the combination of appealing ongoing characters with an involving mystery that makes this series so enjoyable, I think. ( )
  annbury | Nov 21, 2017 |
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Jorissen-Wedzinga, TinekeTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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