I love books!
First time author, Camilla Lackberg, that audible suggested as a good Scandanavian author, this one being from Sweden. The book was a methodical police procedural and actaully reminded me of another Swedish author, Henning Mankell, in how the story was developed. It also reminded me a little bit of Canadian auhor, Louise Penny, who sets all of her stories in the same small town outside of Montreal, Lackberg in a small Swedish town, where everyone knows each other. At times it seemed to plod along as the author builds the story and the characters. It turned into a real "whodunit" novel where over the course of the book there seem to be several people that could have committed the crime and, of course, in the end none of them are it. In fact, the culprit turns out to be someone you wouldn't have guessed. But as the book moves along the story picks up its pace and it is easy to get through. I enjoyed the book and will give the author another go.
Only made it half way through. If I heard that woman complain one more time about her marriage, lot in life, and twin children I was going to harm the computer. This is an Oprah-Book-Club wanna-be. It is not a thriller, mystery, or police/medical murder story. Don't waste your time or money.