Unspoken: A Mystery
It is winter on Gotland, and fourteen-year-old Fanny is missing. She had no friends to speak of other than the horses she took care of at the local racing stable, and seems to have been an unhappy and isolated teenager, the daughter of an absent Jamaican musician and an instable Swedish mother. Is her disappearance somehow connected to the recent brutal murder of alcoholic photographer Henry Dahlström, who had won a large sum of money at the racetrack right before his death? Inspector Anders Knutas and his team investigate under pressure from the media.
Fanny is finally found, strangled to death and left on a lonely heath, covered by moss and branches. At the same time, grainy but explicit photographs of the girl with a stranger are discovered, hidden in Dahlström's darkroom. Intrepid TV journalist Johan Berg, sent from Stockholm to cover the two deaths, pushes the investigation one decisive step ahead while still trying to resolve his relationship with Emma, which has been simmering since they first met during the investigation into a series of murders on Gotland this past summer.
All evidence points to one of Fanny's coworkers at the stable, an American who has left the country for a short vacation. As Knutas and his team wait for his return to make the arrest, the inspector takes a well-deserved weekend off with an old friend, and at the lonely cottage in the woods, the pieces finally fit together. But this time, Knutas has gotten too close. . . .
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Review: Unspoken (Anders Knutas #2)User Review - Toni - Goodreads
Starting with the good, this book was given to me by a lovely lady in he tourist info office at Gotalnd, Sweden. The author is Swedish and the novel is set on the Island of Gotland. So it was amazing ... Read full review
Review: Unspoken (Anders Knutas #2)User Review - Marlene Santos - Goodreads
I really loved this book as I have loved every other I have read of this author. The twists and turns of the story makes it very entertaining and interesting. I would highly recommend this book for everyone who loves cpos' stories... Read full review