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INGER WOLF

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SONG BIRD


On an early morning in May, the police find the heavily beaten body of Maja Nielsen in a public park in central Aarhus in Denmark.

She has fallen from a great height and her right arm has been cut repeatedly. Everything points to a suicide, and as the police dig deeper into the world of Maja, they discover a young woman plagued by paranoia and violent nightmares.

Something was tormenting her.


The investigation leads Daniel Trokic and his team to a distinct blood profile with traces of an unknown drug, a tattooed Colombian, and a particularly uncompromising animal rights activist who has been run over in a hit-and-run accident.


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FROST AND ASHES


During a snowstorm, an 8 year-old boy is found dead in a stream running through the village of Mårslet. He has been strangled with a fish line and has severe burn marks on his hands.


The investigation of the killing of the boy goes in several directions. To an old man with a dark past and a collection of beetles, to a boy with a cellphone and a guilty conscience, and to a drowning accident in the same stream thirty years ago.


Police inspector Daniel Trokic is handling the case with his team, and while the snow is slowly melting, a terribly painful story is revealed.


Frost and Ashes is the third book in the bestselling Scandinavian mystery series by Award-winning author Inger Wolf.


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UNDER A BLACK SKY


Anchorage, Alaska: A prominent Danish volcano scientist, Asger Vad and his wife and son, are found shot on the outskirts of the city.


The killer has placed the victims around a table on which there is a doll house with four small dolls and a pile of volcano ashes. However, one person is missing at the table. The Family’s 11-year-old daughter has disappeared from the house, and a massive search starts. Has she run away, or did the killer take her? Also, what secrets do the family keep?


Inspector Daniel Trokic is sent to Alaska to participate in the investigation. He teams up with the half native detective Angie Johnson, and their hunt for an insane killer and the missing daughter begins.


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DARK SEPTEMBER


It is late September, and Anna Kiehl, a student of anthropology and a single mother, does not return from her evening run in the forest. The next morning, she is found dead. She is naked, her throat is cut, and there is a bouquet of poisonous hemlock on her chest.



Police inspector Daniel Trokic is in charge of the investigation, and it leads him to the case of a prominent scientist and specialist in neurochemistry and antidepressants who disappeared eight weeks earlier. Daniel Trokic must get to the killer before he strikes again, but this turns out to be a dangerous pursuit.


Suspenseful and fast-paced. Winner of the Danish Crime Academy's Debut Award in 2006 for the most exciting debut of the year.


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