Author(s): Karin Alvtegen
When a serial killer strikes, a homeless woman finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time, and framed for horrifying murders that she didn't commit. On the run and living on her wits, can she avoid capture long enough to prove her innocence?
'Alvtegen powerfully evokes Sibylla's sense of persecution and conveys what it means to live as an outsider, without ever compromising this compulsive thriller.' Metro
Karin Alvtegen was born in Jonkoping, Sweden, in 1965 and had a varied career, including work in set design for film and stage, before she started to write. She won Sweden's most prestigious crime novel award, the Glass Key, with Missing, and received further acclaim for her next two novels, Betrayal and Shame. She is the great-niece of Astrid Lindgren (author of the Pippi Longstocking stories), and lives in Stockholm.