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Slugger

Hard-hitting historical noir with an unforgettable leading man

Martin Holmén

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Beschreibung

THE THIRD AND FINAL THRILLER IN THE STOCKHOLM TRILOGY

'Sin City meets Raymond Chandler in this atmospheric and compulsive series' Attitude


It's summer in Stockholm, and the city is sweltering in the grip of a rare heatwave while fascists and communists beat each other bloody in the streets. Harry Kvist has had enough. It's time for him to leave. But first he has some business to take care of. His old friend and ex-lover, Reverend Gabrielsson, has been murdered, and the police are more interested in anti-Semitic rumours than finding the truth.

Kvist investigates the only way he knows how, with his fists, uncovering a Nazi terrorist plot and a cabal of corrupt cops. Before long he finds himself caught in the middle of a turf war between two of the city's most brutal gangs. Can he fight his way out of one last corner and find a way to freedom, or has Kvist finally taken a punch too many?

What readers have to say about The Stockholm Trilogy

'Harry Kvist is a great character... Swedish noir? Yes, please' - Goodreads reviewer

'F**k me. This was amazing' - Goodreads reviewer

'A true noir... dark, dirty and bruised' -Goodreads reviewer

'A Swedish noir par excellence. Bravo' - Goodreads reviewer

Born in 1974, Martin Holmén studied history, and now teaches at a Stockholm secondary school. Slugger is the third thriller in The Stockholm Trilogy, following on from Clinch and Down for the Count.

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Seitenzahl 352 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 06.12.2018
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781782274117
Verlag Pushkin Press
Dateigröße 1025 KB
Übersetzer Annie Prime

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