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Fatal Crossing

by Lone Thiels

A Danish crime debut which has already sold more than 10,000 copies and featured prominently in the Danish bestseller charts.

When a picture of two Danish girls who disappeared on a boat bound for England in 1985 surfaces in an old suitcase, journalist Nora Sand’s professional curiosity is immediately awakened.

Before she knows it, she is mixed up in the case of a serial killer serving a life sentence in a notorious prison. The quest to discover the truth about the missing girls may be more dangerous that she had ever imagined…

‘An extremely well composed and efficient thriller … Lone Theils is familiar with the methods of the genre and writes with a sharp sense for detail and with an exquisite feeling for the macabre.’ — Politiken

Lone Theils is a former London-correspondent for national Danish papers Berlingske Tidende and Politiken. During her 16 years based in London she also did work for national Danish television and radio. Currently she still writes as a blogger at the Internet magazine POV International.

Her debut novel Fatal Crossing featuring Nora Sand, the half Danish-half British journalist, came out in Denmark 2015 and quickly became a bestseller. It has now been sold for translation in 13 countries, among them the UK, Sweden, Germany and Spain. At the start of 2016 Lone moved to Denmark to focus on being an author and writing the next installment in the Nora Sand-series. In her sparetime she loves kickboxing, cooking and travelling.


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01 May, 2017

About Lone Thiels

Lone Theils is a former London-correspondent for national Danish papers Berlingske Tidende and Politiken. During her 16 years based in London she also did work for national Danish television and radio. Currently she still writes as a blogger at the Internet magazine POV International. Her debut novel Fatal Crossing featuring Nora Sand, the half Danish-half British journalist, came out in Denmark 2015 and quickly became a bestseller. It has now been sold for translation in 13 countries, among them the UK, Sweden, Germany and Spain. At the start of 2016 Lone moved to Denmark to focus on being an author and writing the next installment in the Nora Sand-series. In her sparetime she loves kickboxing, cooking and travelling.



Comments

  1. Jo @ Booklover Book Reviews

    I loved this novel, a page-turner with real grit and substance. And what a fantastic series lead — sign me up to the Nora Sands fan club. Cannot wait to read the next title, The Blue Poet’s Wife.

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