THE SITE FOR DIE HARD CRIME & THRILLER FANS
Recommended

Cold Breath

1 Mins read

A mysterious Middle-eastern philanthropist, whisked into frigid Iceland under cover of darkness, is put up in a remote cabin. He’s a special guest of the interior minister, with all the protection that affords. Reykjavik detective Gunnhildur’s reluctant duty is to babysit the charismatic mystery man in the isolated  escort him to meetings with a far-right extremist American politician and the minister herself. It’s not long before a Villanelle-like assassin locates him and Gunnhildur must risk her life to protect the mysterious foreigner and in the process discover if he’s an angel or a demon. Thrills and chills abound in this seventh installment of Quention Bates’ popular Officer Gunnhildur series. Read the full review here

Related posts
iBookKindlePrintReviews

The Therapist by Helene Flood

Translated by Alison McCullough — There are thousands of psychological thrillers out there. These tend to play as much on the psychology of the reader as that of the characters involved. Authors build suspense by playing with your assumptions about what is going to happen,…
iBookKindlePrintReviews

The Girl Who Died by Ragnar Jónasson

Translated by Victoria Cribb — 2020 was a year of lasts for Icelandic crime writer Ragnar Jónasson. The Mist, the third in the Hidden Iceland trilogy, as well as Winterkill, the final Ari Thór novel, were released the midst of the pandemic. Instead of diving…
KindlePrintReviews

Writing in Ice by Michael Ridpath

Writing in Ice isn’t a crime novel. Let’s get that out of the way. This is a non fiction book – a memoir focusing on the origins of Magnus Jonson, the Icelandic-American cop created by English author Michael Ridpath. It’s also a love letter to…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Crime Fiction Lover