Camilla Läckberg Crime Thrillers 4-6: The Stranger, The Hidden Child, The Drowning

Camilla L ckberg Crime Thrillers The Stranger The Hidden Child The Drowning Discover the Queen of Scandi crime Camilla Lackberg with these three thrillers books and in her million copy international bestselling detective series featuring Patrik Hedstr m and Erica F

  • Title: Camilla Läckberg Crime Thrillers 4-6: The Stranger, The Hidden Child, The Drowning
  • Author: Camilla Läckberg
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  • Discover the Queen of Scandi crime Camilla Lackberg with these three thrillers books 4, 5 and 6 in her 12 million copy international bestselling detective series, featuring Patrik Hedstr m and Erica FalckE STRANGER A series of tragic road accidents and the murder of a reality TV contestant mark the end to a quiet winter for Detective Patrik Hedstr mE HIDDEN CHILD Discover the Queen of Scandi crime Camilla Lackberg with these three thrillers books 4, 5 and 6 in her 12 million copy international bestselling detective series, featuring Patrik Hedstr m and Erica FalckE STRANGER A series of tragic road accidents and the murder of a reality TV contestant mark the end to a quiet winter for Detective Patrik Hedstr mE HIDDEN CHILD The discovery of a Nazi medal in her late mother s belongings leads Erica Falck to dig into her family s past, and drag a dark truth from WW2 into the light THE DROWNING When a local author and his circle of friends receive death threats, his mentor crime writer Erica Falck investigates But as the victims conceal evidence, what is the secret they would die to protect

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    1. This is a review for The Drowning.Be careful in Sweden. If Camilla Lackberg’s books are anything to go by, the local cops are either slow, lazy or incompetent (or strangely exhausted). This beginning of this book centres around concerns that a local man has been missing for three months. Strangely, the police have barely made an effort to interview his friends. In fact the person who does most of the detective work in the entire novel is the wife of a policeman, the very pregnant Erica, who ca [...]

    2. Lackberg's Swedish detective series continues with plans in the works for Patrik and Ericka's wedding set alongside a serial murder plot involving corpses who appear to have, quite literally, drunk themselves to death. I absolutely loved the previous title, The Stonecutter. The Stranger feels like an entertaining 'bridge book'. We are caught up on the lives of the main characters and provided some closure to Anna's situation. Without revealing too much to fans of the series, Lackberg appears to [...]

    3. The Stranger was not on par with The Stonecutter. It wasn't as tightly woven and loose ends remained. Two items stick out-why wasn't Jonna arrested for assault? What about the dog hair? The mystery just wasn't as intriguing when the characters were so vapid. Still, I LOVED The Stonecutter so I'll give the next book a try.

    4. Good books- The Hidden Child is the best- better story. The characters irritate me a tad but I gave it 5 starts because the Hidden Child is very good

    5. Three in oneJust finished reading the three books 4_6 in this series and I have enjoyed them as much as the first three .

    6. The Stranger: fabulous mystery well thought out with lots of side stories to keep you turning the page. Can't wait to read the next one!The Hidden Child: a murder mystery that's much closer to home. Ericas personal story intersects with a murder and the story that ensues is just brilliant. There are the usual amount if secrets revealed but many of them are about Ericas mother. The two stories intertwine beautifully and the personal backstory just keeps getting better.The Drowning: a mixture of g [...]

    7. The author puts forth that the man was dead in the house for 3 months, but As she tells the tale, several days after the corpse is removed from the premises, the home is again occupied by the mans brother, visitors and police investigators come and go without hazmat suits or even so much as a face mask or dab of vapo-rub. Does she not realize in these circumstances you would need to practically gut the house before it would be fit to enter, let alone LIVE in? I know for a fact what that house an [...]

    8. Just finished The Stranger and will probably put Camilla Lackberg on my "don't bother" list. I find her dialogue painful and characters poorly and/or inconsistently developed. It is possible that the translatuib has something to do with it, but her "voice" is colorless and not engaging. Her plot development consists of fractured, character-driven scenarios which end in sometimes silly "surprises" y to be revealed in a later snippet. Following this book, I turned to one of my all-time favorite au [...]

    9. The Stranger is a well written mystery that kept me turning pages well into the night. I like the returning characters detective Patrik and soon to be wife Erika. The story begins with what appears to be a drunk driving accident that ends the life of a local woman, but that's just the tip of the iceberg! Reality TV, a murder and a link to other deaths has our detective spinning in circles trying to put together all of the facts. Camilla has another winning story here.

    10. Review of The Drowning only. This is the first Camilla Lackberg I have read. Set in Sweden near the border with Norway, it's the story of a mysterious murder which seems associated with strange assaults etc on a tight knit group of friends living in a small village. The police are baffled - as will be the reader until the closing pages. Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Will look for more by the author. I particularly want to know whether the cliff hanger at the end is resolved.

    11. Have finished the Stranger. I found the author's style unusual at first but once i got used to having several different stories weaved together in each chapter it was actually really interesting. Especially as the story unfolded. Really enjoyed it and looking forward to the Hidden Child. Patrik and Erica are the stars no doubt about that but the other characters were well developed, and I even got to like Mellberg, the police chief, in the end. Some nice and not so nice surprises.

    12. This book was about a daughter trying to find out more about her dead mother's life and who she was before she became the cold and distant woman she and her sister grew up with. After finding a Nazi medal in a chest in the attic, the daughter tries to track down information on the medal through a local historian. When the historian turns up dead the plot thickens and twists and turns.Great police/mystery read.

    13. Only have The Stranger. Have read the others though. After her first book I read I have gotten almost all from 1 of my local libraries.love her books. The plots keep you off balance. I think I have it figured out, then it changes. anyone who enjoys crime fiction should definitely read these books!

    14. I just finished listening to The Stranger, and I really think it should be listed as a stand-alone book. I was pulled in from the very beginning and found it difficult to break away. I have become attached to Patrik Hedstrom and Erika. Ms. Lackberg has a way of building depth into her characters and makes you want to know more about them. Highly recommended.

    15. Camilla Lackberg's books are great for readers of mystery who want a likeable sleuth, great surrounding characters, and plot twists. Translations are very good and each book leaves the reader looking forward to the next one!

    16. The Stranger is book #4 in this series. I read #3 The Stonecutter and thought it was greatis one I listened to and found to be pretty good. Not sure if listening made a difference, but it wasn't as intriguing to me as the previous one. Maybe I need to go back for the first 2 titles.

    17. This is for The Drowning. I loved this book, especially the ending. Have to go read the next one now.

    18. Way too many characters, sub plots, cops, to keep track of. Had to skim to get thru but will say no gratuitous violence. Didn't really care for any of the cookie cutter characters.

    19. I just finished reading The Drowning and I enjoyed it. Her characters are interesting and her plots are interesting. A good book!

    20. I only read The Stranger. I enjoyed it a lot, and like how her ending is a wrap up of loose ends about the personal worlds of her protagonists (primary and others).

    21. The Stranger by Camilla Lackberg was a murder mystery with likable characters. The complex story opens bit by bit until the mystery is solved in time for the protagonist's wedding.

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