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The last and concluding part of her brilliant series about police officer Eira Sjödin in Ådalen . . . In Deep Harbour, Tove Alsterdal ties together all the threads she so cleverly laid out in the previous books. And the result is not only a well-written, highly suspenseful crime novel, but also an insightful story about Sweden. -- Ingalill Mosander - Aftonbladet

It is the last part of Tove Alsterdal's High Coast Series, unfortunately! It could very well have been a long series, because Tove Alsterdal succeeds to weave together politics, history, Sweden's development, and the beauty of Ådalen in her thrilling crime stories. -- Lotta Olsson - Dagens Nyheter

What is it that makes Tove Alsterdal's crime novels so well worth reading? Well, it's the fact that she so often writes at the intersection of crime story, historical novel, and relationship novel, and that she pays so much attention to her portrayals of characters and milieu. -- Yukiko Duke - Vi Läser

Not many crime writers in Sweden are accomplished stylists . . . Tove Alsterdal is not like others. She is better. Better because she manages to surprise and at the same time doesn't compromise on quality . . . It is, as usual, extremely well-written. Every single person in the book is given space and is portrayed with warmth and affection. As are their thoughts and feelings. Even though there is more action and more traditional suspense than usual, I read with great pleasure and a smile. The worst thing about this series is that it is now over. - Dast Magazine

Tove Alsterdal is good at creating suspense and has a fine sensibility for human relationships. She is a stylist with a sense of humour . . . Few authors can portray the joy of sex like Tove Alsterdal! - Västerbottens-Kuriren

Tove Alsterdal ties her story together in a great way and she is more than welcome to tell more stories about police life in Ådalen. - Ölandsbladet

The small and the big world are so skillfully combined by Tove Alsterdal. It is also impressive how she moves between different milieus with such ease; she seems as familiar with Sundsvall as she does with Stockholm, Florida, and California. But it is the love for Ådalen that shines the brightest, and in Deep Harbour it is primarily a kind of mental environmental depiction of Kramfors and its surrounding areas that dominates . . . It is very skillfully done. You should never underestimate a solid literary craftsmanship. Tove Alsterdal has written a thrilling and entertaining crime novel, a real page-turner. But it is so much more than that. It is as much a reflection on the passing of time, on how the past and the present are connected, of how history affects those who live today. Not bad for a crime novel. - Tidningen Ångermanland

Deep Harbour is the final book about Eira Sjödin and as a whole it is a trilogy that stands out as one of the best that's been written in the Swedish crime genre in recent years. What makes it a pure pleasure to read is how present history is, and Alsterdal's ability to find the right language and words for each milieu and every character. At the same time, the suspense is always there, underneath the surface. -- Gunilla Wedding - Skånska Dagbladet

The perfect mix . . . death and detection. - The Times

Book Description

The no. 1 internationally bestselling High Coast series returns with a case that entangles Detective Eira Sjödin's own family with a decades-old murder.

About the Author

Tove Alsterdal is one of Sweden's most renowned suspense writers. She has written five critically acclaimed stand-alone thrillers and has won literary prizes in Sweden and France. In the fall of 2020, her latest book We Know You Rememberwas named Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year.
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  • ISBN: 9780571372133
  • Author: Tove Alsterdal
  • Publisher: Faber And Faber
  • Pages: 400
  • Format: Paperback
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Review

The last and concluding part of her brilliant series about police officer Eira Sjödin in Ådalen . . . In Deep Harbour, Tove Alsterdal ties together all the threads she so cleverly laid out in the previous books. And the result is not only a well-written, highly suspenseful crime novel, but also an insightful story about Sweden. -- Ingalill Mosander - Aftonbladet

It is the last part of Tove Alsterdal's High Coast Series, unfortunately! It could very well have been a long series, because Tove Alsterdal succeeds to weave together politics, history, Sweden's development, and the beauty of Ådalen in her thrilling crime stories. -- Lotta Olsson - Dagens Nyheter

What is it that makes Tove Alsterdal's crime novels so well worth reading? Well, it's the fact that she so often writes at the intersection of crime story, historical novel, and relationship novel, and that she pays so much attention to her portrayals of characters and milieu. -- Yukiko Duke - Vi Läser

Not many crime writers in Sweden are accomplished stylists . . . Tove Alsterdal is not like others. She is better. Better because she manages to surprise and at the same time doesn't compromise on quality . . . It is, as usual, extremely well-written. Every single person in the book is given space and is portrayed with warmth and affection. As are their thoughts and feelings. Even though there is more action and more traditional suspense than usual, I read with great pleasure and a smile. The worst thing about this series is that it is now over. - Dast Magazine

Tove Alsterdal is good at creating suspense and has a fine sensibility for human relationships. She is a stylist with a sense of humour . . . Few authors can portray the joy of sex like Tove Alsterdal! - Västerbottens-Kuriren

Tove Alsterdal ties her story together in a great way and she is more than welcome to tell more stories about police life in Ådalen. - Ölandsbladet

The small and the big world are so skillfully combined by Tove Alsterdal. It is also impressive how she moves between different milieus with such ease; she seems as familiar with Sundsvall as she does with Stockholm, Florida, and California. But it is the love for Ådalen that shines the brightest, and in Deep Harbour it is primarily a kind of mental environmental depiction of Kramfors and its surrounding areas that dominates . . . It is very skillfully done. You should never underestimate a solid literary craftsmanship. Tove Alsterdal has written a thrilling and entertaining crime novel, a real page-turner. But it is so much more than that. It is as much a reflection on the passing of time, on how the past and the present are connected, of how history affects those who live today. Not bad for a crime novel. - Tidningen Ångermanland

Deep Harbour is the final book about Eira Sjödin and as a whole it is a trilogy that stands out as one of the best that's been written in the Swedish crime genre in recent years. What makes it a pure pleasure to read is how present history is, and Alsterdal's ability to find the right language and words for each milieu and every character. At the same time, the suspense is always there, underneath the surface. -- Gunilla Wedding - Skånska Dagbladet

The perfect mix . . . death and detection. - The Times

Book Description

The no. 1 internationally bestselling High Coast series returns with a case that entangles Detective Eira Sjödin's own family with a decades-old murder.

About the Author

Tove Alsterdal is one of Sweden's most renowned suspense writers. She has written five critically acclaimed stand-alone thrillers and has won literary prizes in Sweden and France. In the fall of 2020, her latest book We Know You Rememberwas named Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year.

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