A Greek gangster arrives in Stockholm, only to be murdered in a macabre fashion at Skansen zoo, his body consumed by animals. As the Intercrime Unit - a team dedicated to solving international violent crime - investigate what brought him to Sweden, eight Eastern European women vanish from a refugee centre outside the city while an elderly professor, the tattooed numbers on his arm hinting at his terrible past, is executed at the Jewish cemetery. Three cases, one team of detectives and an investigation that will take them across Europe and back through history as they desperately search for answers, and the identities of the killers.
A gangster is murdered; an elderly professor is executed; eight women disappear. Three cases, one team of detectives - the latest instalment in Arne Dahl's award-winning crime series, as seen on BBC Four
Arne Dahl is an award-winning Swedish crime novelist and literary critic. His work has been translated into over twenty languages. His Intercrime series starring Detective Paul Hjelm has been made into a TV adaptation broadcast in the UK by BBC Four.