Great reviews this summer
This summer I got really great reviews of my recent released Malin Fors crimes Summer Death and Autumn Killing. Here you can read some of them:
"Autumn Killing requires considerable attention from a reader, jumping around in time, voices of dead people explaining themselves, even the voice of an unknown live person. But it is worth the effort: Tense, black and gripping."
A sizzling, heart-pounding murder mystery and a masterful work of literary fiction with a compelling female character at its center, SUMMER DEATH lives up to the promise of its predecessor. Kallentoft’s seasonally-themed crime series has been translated into twenty-six languages and sold over 1.5 million copies. Two more installments—Autumn Sonata and Spring Remains—are slated for publication under the Emily Bestler imprint in 2014 and 2015, respectively. Thanks to the success of this series, Mons Kallentoft has emerged as a rock star on the international crime scene and won the highest accolades from critics too. To quote Magnus Utvik, Sweden’s leading critic, "Don’t bother with Stieg Larsson...Kallentoft is better.”
The Paramus Post
"This second in the series of Malin Fors novels fulfills and exceeds the promise of its predecessor, combining the elements of a puzzling murder mystery, a chilling villain, and as much suspense as any novel you will read this year.
SUMMER DEATH has a ticking clock as loud as the internal workings of Big Ben. You simply will not be able to read the last 70 pages or so quickly enough, even though you may well be afraid of what you will discover at the end."