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Victim Without a Face

Written by Stefan Ahnhem • Translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles

Published November 07, 2015 | ISBN 9781770899131
FICTION / Mystery & Detective / International Mystery & Crime

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Regular price $19.95 CAD

592 pages | 8.5 in × 5.5 in
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About this book

Victim Without a Face

A Fabian Risk Novel: Book 1

Stefan Ahnhem • Rachel Willson-Broyles

Reader's Guide ↓

CRIMETIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR

INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER

RTÉ RADIO 1’S THE RYAN TUBRIDY SHOW LISTENERS’ CHOICE AWARD FINALIST

2016 LUBIMYCZYTAC BOOK OF THE YEAR FINALIST

The first book in the Fabian Risk series, Victim Without a Face is a chilling novel about the ultimate revenge.

Criminal investigator Fabian Risk has left Stockholm with his wife, Sonja, and their two children to start fresh in his hometown of Helsingborg. He has planned a six-week vacation before he starts a new job at the Homicide Department. But after only a few hours in their new home, he is asked to investigate a brutal murder. The body of Jörgen Pålsson, one of Risk’s former classmates, has been found with both hands missing. 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?

About the Creators

Stefan Ahnhem

STEFAN AHNHEM is the bestselling author of the Fabian Risk series. He is an established screenwriter for both TV and film and has worked on a variety of projects, including adaptations of Henning Mankell’s Kurt Wallander series. He also serves on the board of the Swedish Writers Guild. He lives in Stockholm.

Rachel Willson-Broyles

Rachel Willson-Broyles is an American translator specializing in literature. She recently translated The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden by Jonas Jonasson, Mona by Dan T. Sehlberg, and Room No. 10 by Åke Edwarson. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin

Awards and Praise
  • Short-listed Lubimyczytac’s Book of the Year, 2016
  • Winner Crimetime Specsavers Award, 2015
  • Short-listed Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards: The RTÉ Radio 1’s The Ryan Tubridy Show List, 2016