In Harm's Way by Viveca Sten
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Knew who dunnit
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review.
What I like most about Sten's books is they are not as dark and dreary as most of the male Nordic writers' police procedurals. Her characters are good and bad, likable and unlikable. This book is ultimately about hate and power, and what people will do to preserve and further both. Although I realized who the murderer was when an event in the victim's past was commented on, it did not spoil the book for me.
* I didn't like it | ** It was OK | *** I liked it | **** I really liked it | ***** I loved it