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Open Grave: A Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #6) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the Ann Lindell Mysteries series.
- #1: The Princess of Burundi: A Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #1) (Paperback): $19.99
- #2: The Cruel Stars of the Night: A Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #2) (Paperback): $18.99
- #3: The Demon of Dakar: A Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #3) (Paperback): $17.99
- #4: The Hand That Trembles: A Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #4) (Paperback): $18.99
- #7: Stone Coffin: An Ann Lindell Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #7) (Hardcover): Email or call for price
- #8: The Night of the Fire: A Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #8) (Paperback): $17.99
- #9: The Deathwatch Beetle: A Mystery (Ann Lindell Mysteries #9) (Paperback): $17.99
Kjell Eriksson has made a huge splash around the globe with his series set in Sweden. his native country. Already a star in Europe and the Nordic countries, Kjell Eriksson has American critics raving.
In Open Grave, Professor Bertram von Ohler has been awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine. This news causes problems in his otherwise quiet upper-class neighborhood. Not everybody is happy with the choice of winner. Mysterious incidents start to occur. Boyish pranks befall the police, and what follows is certainly not innocent amusement. Police inspector Ann Lindell becomes involved in the case and immediately is transported back into her past.
Eriksson has been nominated for the Best Swedish Crime Novel five times. Open Grave, the sixth book in his critically acclaimed and internationally loved series, is a chilling novel about renunciation and revenge.
About the Author
KJELL ERIKSSON is the award-winning and internationally bestselling Swedish author of The Ann Lindell Mystery series. His debut won the Swedish Crime Academy award for Best First Novel and The Princess of Burundi later won for Best Crime Novel. Eriksson is also a gardener, and now living in Brazil.
PAUL NORLEN translates fiction from Danish, Norwegian and Swedish. In 2004 he was awarded the American-Scandinavian Foundation Translation Prize. He lives with his family in Seattle, Washington.