1795: The Order of the Furies (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
448
Utgivningsdatum
2023-11-23
Förlag
Baskerville
Översättare
Ian Giles
Illustrationer
N/A
Dimensioner
236 x 162 x 44 mm
Vikt
680 g
ISBN
9781529304688

1795: The Order of the Furies

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'Niklas Natt och Dag takes the contemporary Scandinavian crime story and gives it a startlingly gruesome historical twist' Guardian It is 1795 and evil lurks in the winding alleys of Stockholm. Tycho Ceton prowls the city, willing to do anything to survive and reclaim the honour he has lost. No one knows what he is planning next but Emil Winge, haunted by the ghosts of his past, is determined to stop him. Meanwhile, Jean Mickel Cardell is preoccupied with his own search for Anna Stina Knapp. She may have in her possession a letter which could have devastating consequences in the wrong hands. All the while, hell looms inexorably . . . In 1795: The Order of the Furies, the third instalment of Niklas Natt och Dag's historical noir trilogy, we are plunged once again into the bustling world of late eighteenth-century Stockholm. The city is teetering on a precipice, with evil shaking its core, but can love and friendship prevail? Translated by Ian Giles
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This dark Stockholm trilogy concludes with more sludge, squalor and connoisseurs of depravity * Strong Words * Praise for the series --- A remarkable debut novel * Sunday Times * A gripping, shocking read * The Times * This gripping historical thriller surely announces the arrival of a fine new European talent. Vivid and absorbing * Observer * The latest Scandi sensation * Sunday Times * Niklas Natt och Dag takes the contemporary Scandinavian crime story and gives it a startlingly gruesome historical twist . . . Natt och Dag spares us nothing, detailing horror after horror in his unflinchingly muscular prose * Guardian * Natt och Dag's description of the rattling, lung-shredding tubercular cough is truly hideous - a haunting portrait of physical disintegration that's not easy to forget -- Dan Jones * Evening Standard * Swedish noir doesn't get much darker * Herald * A superbly detailed historical mystery * Irish Times * This is a thrilling, unnerving, clever and beautiful story. Reading it is like giving a little gift to oneself -- Fredrik Backman A well-depicted historical murder mystery filled with cruelty as well as warmth and humanity * Best Debut, Swedish Academy of Crime Writers' Award 2017 * A historical thriller that is unparalleled in suspense and literary quality. It's raw, beautiful, heartbreaking and extremely captivating until the very last page. The Wolf and the Watchman deserves a place among the classics of the genre -- Erik Axl Sund, author of THE CROW GIRL An unexpected masterpiece, a wild and unusual mix of genres that in one fell swoop succeeds in renewing the entire crime fiction genre -- Arne Dahl, prize-winning and Swedish #1 bestselling author of the Sam Berger series Brawny, bloody, intricate, enthralling - and the best historical thriller I've read in twenty years -- A J Finn, #1 bestselling author of THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW An impressive thriller - well paced, well structured and deeply unsettling . . . political scheming and psychological angst, grand theories on the state of man, a fiendish masterplan and a love story all in one * TLS *

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Niklas Natt och Dag is a member of the oldest surviving noble family in Sweden. His ancestors were responsible for the murder of the rebel Engelbrekt in 1436, commanded the army that lost Stockholm to the Danes in 1520, and were forced into exile after having demanded the abdication of Charles XIV in 1810. His surname, Natt och Dag, translates into Night and Day - the origin of this slightly unusual name is the family crest, a shield split horizontally in gold and blue.