The Weeping Girl

The Weeping Girl

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By (author) Hakan Nesser

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  • Publisher: Mantle
  • Format: Paperback | 288 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 232mm x 40mm | 620g
  • Publication date: 25 April 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0230768997
  • ISBN 13: 9780230768994
  • Edition statement: UK Airside and Open market ed
  • Sales rank: 188,408

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For Ewa Moreno, Chief Inspector Van Veeteren's protege, this is her most perplexing case yet...Winnie Maas died because she changed her mind...A community is left reeling after a teacher - Arnold Maager - is convicted of murdering his female pupil Winnie Maas. It seems the girl had been pregnant with Maager's child. Years later, on her eighteenth birthday, Maager's daughter Mikaela finally learns the terrible truth about her father. Desperate for answers, Mikaela travels to the institution at Lejnice, where Maager has been held since his trial. But soon afterwards she inexplicably vanishes. Detective Inspector Ewa Moreno from the Maardam Police is on holiday in the area when she finds herself drawn into Mikaela's disappearance. But before she can make any headway in the case, Maager himself disappears - and then a body is found. It will soon become clear to Ewa that only unravelling the events of the past will unlock this dark mystery...

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Hakan Nesser is one of Sweden's most popular crime writers, receiving numerous awards for his novels featuring Inspector Van Veeteren, including the European Crime Fiction Star Award (Ripper Award) 2010/11, the Swedish Crime Writers' Academy Prize (three times) and Scandinavia's Glass Key Award. The Van Veeteren series is published in over 25 countries and has sold over 10 million copies worldwide. Hakan Nesser lives in Gotland with his wife and spends part of each year in the UK.