An extremely impressive achievement
A well-constructed, taut narrative that feels fresh, and as tense as a thriller. He has created a story that reaches out through time and space, but in which every component works towards the tragic, vaguely foreshadowed yet still unexpected climax
Extremely focused and tense: Westö has turned his talent for balanced, attractive storytelling to a sharper, snappier form of crime-writing
The Nordic region's most important interpreter of the grand themes of our political history, and how they have affected people's lives and thoughts.
The Wednesday Club is a tense, gripping thriller ... a book one cannot put down or easily forget
Thoughtful and knowledgeable . . . An interesting and instructive book