The Fabian Risk Series eBook Bundle

The Fabian Risk Series eBook Bundle

Victim Without a Face (Book 1), The Ninth Grave (Book 2), Eighteen Below (Book 3)

Written by: Ahnhem, Stefan
Translated by: Willson-Broyles, Rachel
Translated by: Norlen, Paul
From the series: A Fabian Risk Collection

An exclusive ebook bundle of three spine-tingling thrillers in the internationally bestselling Fabian Risk series.

In the first book in the Fabian Risk series, Victim Without a Face, criminal investigator Fabian Risk is asked to investigate the brutal murder of one of his former classmates. Soon the bodies of more old classmates are found, and Risk finds himself in a race against time: Can they find the murderer before the entire class is killed?

Fabian Risk returns in The Ninth Grave to investigate the disappearance of the Swedish Minister for Justice. Meanwhile, in Denmark, the wife of a famous TV-star is found brutally murdered in her luxury home north of Copenhagen. As Risk and his Danish counterpart Dunja Hougaard race to put the pieces together, they are dragged into a dark and dangerous conspiracy.

In the gritty and chilling third novel, Eighteen Below, Dunja Hougaard’s investigation into the brutal beating of a homeless man takes her to Sweden, where Risk is working on a peculiar case of a frozen millionaire.

An exclusive ebook bundle of three spine-tingling thrillers in the internationally bestselling Fabian Risk series.

In the first book in the Fabian Risk series, Victim Without a Face, criminal investigator Fabian Risk is asked to investigate the brutal murder of one of his former classmates. Soon the bodies of more old classmates are found, and Risk finds himself in a race against time: Can they find the murderer before the entire class is killed?

Fabian Risk returns in The Ninth Grave to investigate the disappearance of the Swedish Minister for Justice. Meanwhile, in Denmark, the wife of a famous TV-star is found brutally murdered in her luxury home north of Copenhagen. As Risk and his Danish counterpart Dunja Hougaard race to put the pieces together, they are dragged into a dark and dangerous conspiracy.

In the gritty and chilling third novel, Eighteen Below, Dunja Hougaard’s investigation into the brutal beating of a homeless man takes her to Sweden, where Risk is working on a peculiar case of a frozen millionaire.

Published By House of Anansi Press Inc - May 5, 2020
Specifications

PRAISE FOR STEFAN AHNHEM AND VICTIM WITHOUT A FACE

Winner, CrimeTime Specsavers Award

Finalist, Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Award 

Winner, CrimeTime Novel Of The Year

International Bestseller

“More gripping than Jo Nesbo, blacker than Stieg Larsson and more bleakly human than Henning Mankell.” —  Tony Parsons

“It's a better class of murder in Sweden . . . Epic in scale and ambition, this announces a new arrival in the Swedish crime galaxy.” — Daily Mail

“Recalls Mankell at his best in its whip-smart observations, flawed but endearing characters and gruesome appeal.” — Sunday Times

“Finally we have a true heir to Stieg Larsson. Ahnhem knows how to write, has a feeling for pacing and dialogue, and masters everything perfectly.” — NDR (Germany)

“This Scandinavian page turner is sure to keep you up late into the night . . . [and] reveals Ahnhem to be a talent to watch.” — Waterloo Region Record

PRAISE FOR STEFAN AHNHEM AND THE NINTH GRAVE

Winner, Mimi Krimi-Publikumpreis Award (Best Crime Novel in Germany)

PRAISE FOR STEFAN AHNHEM AND EIGHTEEN BELOW

“Continues Stefan Ahnhem’s Fabian risk series in style.” — Globe and Mail

“Timeless, original crime fiction.” — Gong, Germany

“Stefan Ahnhem is more than on a par his Scandinavian colleagues in terms of suspense and brutality. Nevertheless, he leaves Fabian Risk, his commissioner, pleasantly human . . . The result is several equally captivating plot strands.” — Westdeutsche Zeitung, Germany

“Compelling!” — SUPERillu, Germany

“Stefan Ahnhem has set up a thrilling, increasingly exhilarating hunt for an invisible, conscienceless criminal . . . The cases are masterfully tied together by Ahnhem. A refined page-turner, ending with a nasty cliffhanger.” — Münchner Merkur, Germany

“Ice-cold thrills” — Allgemeine Zeitung der Lüneburger Heide, Germany

“Thrilling to the very end!” — Braunschweiger Zeitung, Germany