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The bomber
Liza Marklund
Adult Fiction MARKLUN

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Summary: The sensational and utterly unforgettable thriller that exposes the soul of a culture...the heart of a people...and the mind of a killer... With more than half a million copies sold, The Bomber is the most successful book ever published in Sweden. Now Liza Marklund's extraordinary writing, bone-chilling plot, and irresistible heroine have created an international phenomenon as explosive as the Bomber's devastating blasts. Journalist Annika Bengtzon is asleep next to her husband when the call comes in at 3:22 A.M. It is the weekend. She's busy with two kids and has Christmas shopping to do. But within minutes she is standing in a frozen December night looking at a nightmare scene of police tape and rubble, and trying to get the best possible picture of it for tomorrow's edition of her newspaper. A bomb has not only destroyed Stockholm's new Olympic arena just months before the Summer Games, it has blown someone to pieces. Putting a city on edge with fears of a terrorist on the loose, theBomber will become Annika Bengtzon's biggest story -- or the final nail in her coffin. As the only woman editor at a Swedish tabloid, Annika


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