International crime's newest publishing star Kristina Ohlsson makes her American debut with "Unwanted," the first installment of the Frederika Bergman crime series and winner of Sweden's prestigious Gold Pocket Book Award. "One mistake changes everything " In the middle of a rainy Swedish summer, a little girl is abducted from a crowded train. Despite hundreds of potential witnesses, no one noticed when the girl was taken. Her distraught mother was left behind at the previous station in what seemed to be a coincidence. The train crew was alerted and kept a watchful eye on the sleeping child. But when the train pulled into Stockholm Central Station, the little girl had vanished. Inspector Alex Recht and his special team of federal investigators, assisted by the investigative analyst Fredrika Bergman, are assigned to what at first appears to be a classic custody fight. But when the child is found dead in the far north of Sweden with the word unwanted scribbled on her forehead, the case soon turns into the investigation team's worst nightmare the pursuit of a brilliant and ruthless killer.
About the Author
Kristina Ohlsson is a counterterrorism officer in Europe and has worked as a security police analyst for the National Swedish Police Board. Originally from southern Sweden, she now lives in Vienna, Austria.
“Expect Ohlsson to join Nesbo on most readers' can't-miss lists.” --Booklist (starred review)
“Superior prose, plotting, and characterization... readers will look forward to spending more time in the company of the intriguing Bergman.” --Publisher's Weekly (starred review)