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De försvunna De f rsvunna r en gastkramande och of ruts gbar psykologisk sp nningsroman av Caroline Eriksson, d r ingen r den man tror och ingenting r som det f rst verkarEn solig sensommarkv ll tar Greta, Alex och dottern Smilla b ten fr n sommarstugan vid den mytomspunna sj n Maran och ker ut till n Greta stannar kvar i b ten medan de andra g r iland De kommer inte tillbaka F rvirrad g r ven Greta iland, hon ropar och letar, men kan inte hitta Alex och Smilla n gonstans Det mystiska f rsvinnandet, och det febrila s kande som tar vid, leder Greta steg f r steg ner i en avgrund av f rvirring och tilltagande m rkerDet st r snart klart att Alex och Gretas relation pr glats av destruktiva m nster Dessutom har en omv lvande h ndelse i barndomen satt djupa sp r i henne Historien g r sig p mind och fr gan r vad som r sanning och vad som r l gn, verklighet och fantasi Kan s gnerna om sj n Marans onda krafter st mma Finns det ett samband mellan f rsvinnandet och det som skedde den kv llen f r m nga r sedan, d Gretas pappa dog Och vad har egentligen h nt med Alex och Smilla


About the Author: Caroline Eriksson

Caroline Eriksson holds a master s degree in social psychology and worked forthan ten years in human resource management before deciding to pursue writing, her childhood dream Her first two novels are based on historical Swedish murder cases, and her debut, The Devil Helped Me, was nominated for Stora Ljudbokspriset the Big Audiobook Prize in 2014.Caroline has lived all over the world She attended high school in Quantico, Virginia studied at the University of Adelaide in Australia and now lives in Stockholm She denies being a daredevil but admits that she once threw herself off a mountain in New Zealand in a hang gliding experiment.Her greatest adventure today is raising her two children, and she satisfies any residual wanderlust by exploring the most terrifying parts of life its dark psychological elements in her writing The Missing is Caroline s first psychological suspense thriller and her first book translated into English She s already hard at work on her next novel.



10 thoughts on “De försvunna

  1. says:

    Three stars for an exceptional beginning that grabs you from anything else you wanted to do But unfortunately, soon it becomes difficult to keep its promises It s not a mystery or a crime novel and it can t stand firmly as a psychological thriller.


  2. says:

    This is pretty bad, due to either the original writing or the translation Don t know which It just screams amateur The story is poorly portrayed, the MC is either an idiot or perhaps merely learning disabled, in which case please tell us, the readers The suspense is all over the place, one moment laid on with a trowel, the next exemp


  3. says:

    This story is like spiraling down the rabbit hole I ll admit that for the first half of the book I really had no idea what was going on I couldn t figure out whether what I was reading was actually happening or was only happening within the mind of the character She, from the beginning, is portrayed as having psychological issues due t


  4. says:

    Greta, her husband Alex and their daughter Smilla are all together in a boat, rowing across a lake to a small island They are staying at a nearby cabin and taking an outing together Once they reach the shore, Alex and Smilla decide to go investigate the island and walk away Greta stays behind in the boat Her husband and daughter never re


  5. says:

    This book is a wild, scary ride down a long hall filled with mirrored madness.Greta is a young Swedish wife vacationing with her handsome husband and adorable daughter They take a short afternoon boat ride to a nearby island Then Alex and little Smilla disappear over a hill and never return So Greta returns to the mainland and notifies the


  6. says:

    Lightning review at Smart Bitches, Trashy BooksI d really like to write a longer review of The Missing by Caroline Eriksson because it s a superb psychological thriller, but in order for readers to perfectly get the story, I can only talk about the novel superficially This book is all about fascinating layers, but they really need to unfold


  7. says:

    This was one of the options for the Kindle First book this month On reading the synopsis, it sounded like a psychological thriller that was right up my alley a woman goes to an island with her husband and young daughter The husband and daughter go exploring, the woman stays in the boat, the husband and daughter never return.It promisestwists t


  8. says:

    I raced through the first part of this book and by the time I stopped listening I realized it had been 5 hours and I was 75% done I usually only listen to 2 hours maximum before I feel the need to take a break but I was so involved in the story I didn t even notice Unreliable narrators are one of my favorite story elements and Greta is unreliabl


  9. says:

    This one was hard for me to get into For being as short as it was, it took me a long time to read I was pretty confused for the first half and then things started getting sorted out There was some graphic, random sexual abuse of some characters I also thought the whole teenage gang thing random The last 20% sort of tied it all up and created a sen


  10. says:

    I downloaded this as a free book fromThe premise of the book had me intrigued even though it s not something that I would naturally have chosen It was a surprising page turner and was almost like a whodunit, as I was constantly re evaluating the storyline and what I considered must have happened in the past Thoroughly recommend.


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