By Liza Marklund
The sensational and totally unforgettable mystery that exposes the soul of a culture...the middle of a people...and the brain of a killer...With greater than part one million copies offered, The Bomber is the main profitable e-book ever released in Sweden. Now Liza Marklund's awesome writing, bone-chilling plot, and impossible to resist heroine have created a world phenomenon as explosive because the Bomber's devastating blasts.Journalist Annika Bengtzon is asleep subsequent to her husband whilst the decision is available in at 3:22 A.M. it's the weekend. She's busy with young children and has Christmas purchasing to do. yet inside of mins she is status in a frozen December evening a nightmare scene of police tape and rubble, and attempting to get the absolute best photo of it for tomorrow's variation of her newspaper. A bomb has not just destroyed Stockholm's new Olympic area simply months sooner than the summer time video games, it has blown anyone to items. placing a urban on side with fears of a terrorist at the free, the Bomber turns into Annika Bengtzon's greatest tale -- or the ultimate nail in her coffin. because the purely girl editor at a Swedish tabloid, Annika is gutsy, she will get tales that others do not, and he or she takes hazards. scuffling with for the honour of her colleagues, she unearths herself more and more ate up via her task, possibly wasting her relations within the strategy. Now, she has a slump -- and a mystery resource contained in the police division -- telling her that the Olympic stadium blast is not terrorism. it really is even more own than that. And Annika is familiar with that the percentages are, if she closes in at the fact, she's going to prove at the Bomber's record of victims.Set opposed to the breathtaking panorama of the Swedish iciness, The Bomber attracts readers in just like the darkish and edgy eye of a television digital camera at a evening crime scene, providing a climax that is a blasting cap on a brief fuse, able to detonate a reporter's international.
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You haven't said a word. " She switched off. Yes, she had her angle now. She drew a deep breath and stared out through the windshield. One of the fire engines pulled off, but the ambulance and the doctor's car remained. The explosives experts had arrived; their vehicles were dotted around the forecourt. Men in gray overalls were lifting things out of the cars. The fire had been extinguished, so she could hardly make out any smoke. " she asked. "Smidig," Henriksson replied. Every newsroom has a number of more or less professional tipsters who keep an eye on what's happening on their particular newspatch.
They're opening the back doors of the ambulance. They're taking out the stretcher, wheeling it up to the entrance. " "Okay. The Police Hunt, I Was at the Scene, and the Victim. " The line went dead. She was on full alert as the ambulance people walked toward the stadium. Henriksson's camera was rattling. No other journalists had noticed the newly arrived vehicles; the training facility blocked their line of vision. "Christ, it's cold," Henriksson said when the men had disappeared inside the arena.
There was too much chaos for anyone to notice. She weaved her way through chunks of concrete, twisted reinforcing rods, and green plastic seats. A stairway with four flights led up to the entry door; she was panting by the time she reached the top. The police had already cordoned off the doorway, but that didn't matter. She didn't need to see any more. The door was intact and seemed to be locked. Sticking to their routine, Swedish security companies could never refrain from putting silly little stickers on the doors of all buildings they'd been charged with guarding.
The Bomber by Liza Marklund