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Search When Martina’s naked body is found hanging from a tree with what look like ritualistic markings on her skin there can be little further uestion Someone is calling to the old Gods of Gotland Martina has been killed according to the Viking ritual of the three fold death and the one thing the ritual points to is that deaths will follow. The Inner Circle by Mari Jungstedt is the 3rd book of the Anders Knutas police procedural mystery series set on contemporary Gotland Sweden Summer on Gotland is a delightful paradise for residents

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Appearance simply a lover’s intrigue When the body of a horse is discovered in a local farmer’s field other rumours begin to circulate The horse had been decapitated and the head has vanished Why would someone take a dead horse’s head As Inspector Knutas begins his investigation echoes from Gotland’s Viking past begin to trouble his. Addictive absorbing the Anders Knutas Crime thrillers are a must readThe Anders Knutas Series written by Mari Jungstedt and translated from the Swedish to English by Tiina Nunnally is an addictive

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It’s summer on Gotland and an international group of archaeology students are excavating an ancient Viking site The camaraderie and holiday spirits of the group are shattered when one of their number a Dutch student called Martina disappears Rumours abound about a secret relationship she was having with someone on the island but is her dis. I love the setting of this series and would love to visit Visby one day the photos on Google are beautiful The author has created an interesting cast of characters in this series and the books are


10 thoughts on “Den inre kretsen

  1. says:

    My review in one word genericMy review in probably too many wordsI will first admit that I was a bit hesitant about this book at first A female Swedish journalist writing mystery novels featuring a journalist reminded me a bit too much of Liza Marklund of whom I'm not a big fan And then there is the setting for her series of novels Gotland a Swedish summer destination island with a year round population of about 60000 A series

  2. says:

    I love the setting of this series and would love to visit Visby one day the photos on Google are beautiful The author has created an interesting cast of characters in this series and the books are well translated I found the details on Nordic mythology which underpins the plot fascinating

  3. says:

    When at the end of the book the cliffhanger is the shooting of one of the main characters and your first thought is Oh I hop

  4. says:

    I like my 2nd hand book sales because you get to buy missing books in your collection better editions of books you already have or get to know new writers for a wee amount of moneyAnd so this Scandinavian thriller came into my hands a third book in a series which does not matter as the writer is skilled enough to round of the various characters descriptions The book in itself is a straight forward thriller reading the cover one

  5. says:

    I wish I could give this two and a half stars instead of just two but 'Inner Circle' just falls apart The most im

  6. says:

    Addictive absorbing the Anders Knutas Crime thrillers are a must readThe Anders Knutas Series written by Mari Jungstedt and translated from the Swedish to English by Tiina Nunnally is an addictive nine book series for rea

  7. says:

    Mari Jungstedt was a new name for me in my exploration of Scandinavian noir She writes in one setting Gotland Sweden’s largest island off the southeast edge of Sweden and features Inspector Anders Knutas In this case he investigates the mysterious death of Martina Flochten a young Dutch archaeology student in Gotland

  8. says:

    The Inner Circle by Mari Jungstedt is the 3rd book of the Anders Knutas police procedural mystery series set on contemporary Gotland Sweden Summer on Gotland is a delightful paradise for residents and tourists alike who enjoy plenty

  9. says:

    Well this one was pretty grim Involves 3 murders 2 horse beheadings and theft of antiuities Did get solved thoughGotland an island in Sweden does sound like a place worth seeing; but

  10. says:

    35 It did leave me guessing until the end which was nice but perhaps it was because not enough details and information was provided about the killer and events It wrapped up the mystery rather uickly with a bow A bit too uickly and tidy All in all it was enjoyable

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