Last Will: A Novel

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Atria/Emily Bestler Books, Apr 10, 2012 - Fiction - 416 pages
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In the midst of a brutal Scandinavian winter, a member of the Nobel Prize committee is gunned down in the city of Stockholm.

Reporter Annika Bengtzon, who made eye contact with the killer just seconds before the shots were fired, is the key witness. Because of the sensitivity of the crime, police issue a gag order on her immediately—and she is forced to figure out on her own why an American assassin known only as “the Kitten” ordered the hit. With her marriage falling to pieces and her job on the line, Annika quickly finds herself in the middle of a violent story of terror and death, the roots of which date back centuries. The research all leads her to the same man: a rich and famous industrialist responsible for one of the world’s most coveted gifts, who died a tragic and mysterious death. If Annika wants to learn the truth, she risks uncovering secrets that some will do anything to protect.

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User Review  - Jennifer Rogers - Book Verdict

While covering a Nobel Prize dinner at Stockholm's City Hall, hard-nosed investigative reporter Annika Bengtzon (Red Wolf) witnesses the brutal assassination of a recent science winner and the prize's ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Liza Marklund is the author of ten previous novels, including The Postcard Killers, a team effort with James Patterson. She lives in southern Spain.

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