By Maj Sjöwall, Per Wahlöö
The chilling 3rd novel within the Martin Beck secret sequence via the across the world popular crime writing duo Maj Sjöwall and consistent with Wahlöö, reveals Martin Beck investigating a string of kid murders.In the as soon as peaceable parks of Stockholm, a killer is stalking younger women and disposing their our bodies. town is on part, and an undercurrent of worry has gripped its citizens. Martin Beck, now a superintendent, has attainable witnesses: a silent, stone-cold mugger and a mute 3 12 months outdated boy. With the possibility of one other homicide becoming as on a daily basis passes, the police strength paintings evening and day. yet their efforts have provided little perception into the method of the killer. Then a far off reminiscence resurfaces in Beck's brain, and he could have the holiday he wishes.
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And what is extraordinary, if a dozen others crowd into this room, each one will feel the same. Each person who looks at her becomes the only person in her world. It is flattering and, at the same time, maddening, because she gives away nothing of herself. I close my eyes and imagine that she has vanished. 2 THE MYSTERY or MONA LISA that I am pursuing begins in Paris at the end of the Belle Époque, when the city was poised at the cusp of an irreverent new century and an irreverent new art. In the brief avantguerre interlude before trench warfare and unutterable loss, a burst of glorious incandescent energy made the City of Lights electric.
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