A runaway bestseller in Sweden, The Princess of Burundi introduces Inspector Ann Lindell to U.S. mystery readers. nbsp; When a jogger finds a dead body in the snow, the members of Sweden's Uppsala police force uncover a victim with an unsettling history. John Jonsson, known to everyone as Little John, was a respectable family man and a local expert on tropical fish. But he had been quite a troublemaker, and his delinquent past seems to have caught up with him. nbsp; Despite being on maternity leave, Inspector Ann Lindell is determined to find John's murderer. The cruel cat-and-mouse game that follows leads Ann to a deadly confrontation with a treacherous killer. Ann must decide whether to take a huge risk that could result in many more dead bodies in the snow, including hers and that of her unborn child. nbsp; Written by one of Sweden's bestselling crime writers, The Princess of Burundi is an outstanding American debut.
Eriksson, Kjell, 1953-
The princess of Burundi
New York : Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Minotaur, 2006.
300 p. ;,22 cm.
Statement of Responsibility:
Kjell Eriksson ; translated from the Swedish by Ebba Segerberg
Translation from the Swedish.
Lindell, Ann (Fictitious character) Fiction.
Victims of violent crimes Fiction.
Uppsala (Sweden) Fiction.
Lindell, Ann (Fictitious character)
Victims of violent crimes