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Three Hours

Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström
Authors:
Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström

The explosive third novel in the Ewert Grens-Piet Hoffmann trilogy, which began with Three Seconds.Stockholm, Sweden. Seventy-three refugees have been found dead, suffocated in a container at Varta harbour.Niamey, Niger. Ewert Grens arrives in a city he's never heard of, in search of a man he never thought he would see again.Piet Hoffmann has again got himself in too deep, infiltrating a West African trafficking ring. He thinks he has two weeks to extricate himself, but will learn that his life, and that of countless defenceless people, now hangs on his actions during three desperate hours.

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Pen 33

Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström
Authors:
Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström

THE FIRST IN THE MILLION-SELLING DCI EWERT GRENS SERIES, WINNER OF THE GLASS KEY 2005 FOR BEST SCANDINAVIAN CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR, AND AS HARD-HITTING A CRIME NOVEL AS YOU WILL EVER READ.'A must read' ObserverBernt Lund harbours a sickness. He is a monster: in the mind of society, in the mind of his nine-year-old victims' parents, and in the mind of his fellow inmates.Lennart Oscarsson has a situation. The worst scenario imaginable for Aspsås prison's Department for Sexual Crimes.These two men's actions are about to hand DCI Ewert Grens the most profoundly sickening and impossibly sensitive case of his career, and in Stockholm's history.Pen 33 is both an unforgiving collision between a time-hardened policeman and a truly heinous crime, and an unflinching exploration of what people - whether criminals or victims - are capable of when they choose to relinquish self-control.Loved Pen 33 and hungry for another DCI Ewert Grens thriller? If so, choose the next novel in the series, Box 21 . . .

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Box 21

Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström
Authors:
Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström

Lydia Grajauskas will never forget the face.The face of the trafficker who brought her to Stockholm: the man responsible for three unrelenting years of forced prostitution and slavery.DCI Ewert Grens will never forget the name.The name of the prisoner the day his life was destroyed: the man responsible for twenty-five years of torturous heartache.Sweden will never forget their revenge . . .Box 21 is a steely, airtight thriller containing both the harshest aspects of degradation and retaliation, and the toughest questions surrounding the morality of violent and obsessive reprisal.(P)2016 WF Howes Ltd

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Two Soldiers

Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström
Authors:
Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström

THE MILLION-SELLING AND CWA AWARD-WINNING DCI EWERT GRENS SERIES CONTINUES, AS ROSLUND AND HELLSTRÖM SHIFT THEIR SOCIAL SPOTLIGHT TO SWEDEN'S NETWORK OF CHILD GANGS.'You will find yourself utterly engaged from the very first chapter' Independent'Very bold and very scary . . . a book to appreciate' Crime Thriller FellaTWO SIDES.In the Stockholm suburb of Råby, tensions between the Swedish authorities and organised juvenile gangs are approaching critical mass. TWO SENTINELS.Investigators José Pereira and DCI Ewert Grens are increasingly disturbed by the escalating militancy of these criminal enterprises. TWO SOLDIERS.The police are of little concern to blood brothers Leon and Gabriel. They have vowed to secure dominance in the area, at any cost. A dangerous collision awaits both sides. And so does a shocking revelation that will make all four men question the direction their lives have taken.Loved Two Soldiers and now want to start the DCI Ewert Grens series from the beginning? Take a look at Pen 33 . . .

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Cell 8

Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström
Authors:
Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström
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Three Seconds

Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström
Authors:
Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström

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