Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Two refugees of Estonia's Soviet occupation collide with one another. Likely driven by the new thirst for European thrillers in the vein of Steig Larsson, this wonderfully subtle thriller by one of Finland's young emerging talents has found its way to English-speaking shores. The Finnish-Estonian novelist and playwright's American debut captures both the tragic consequences of one of Europe's ... Read full review

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This book tells the story of three generations of Estonian women (and the men in their lives). The book chapters jump in time to tell the tale of some horrifying events in their lives which correspond ... Read full review

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