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It all begins with a call to the police. A 16-year-old boy, Roger Eriksson, has gone missing in the town of Västerås. A search is organized and a group of young scouts makes an awful discovery in a marsh: Roger is dead.

Meanwhile, Sebastian Bergman, psychologist, criminal profiler, and one of Sweden's top experts on serial killers, is in Västerås to settle his mother's estate following her death. Sebastian has withdrawn from police work after the death of his wife and daughter in the 2004 tsunami.

When the Crime Investigation Department asks Sebastian for his help in Roger's case, his arrogant manner at first alienates the rest of the team. Pushing forward, though, they begin to make disturbing discoveries about the private school Roger attended....

©2013 Michael Hjorth (P)2013 Hachette Audio

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Beyond my expectations, waiting for the next one.

Would you listen to Dark Secrets again? Why?

Hoping that Audible picks up the follow up book. A refreshing change of pace from your typical American titles. In the style of Jussi Adler-Olsen's Dept Q series.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Dark Secrets?

Probably the plot twist at the conclusion, although I knew what was coming because I had researched the author and read the synopses of the follow up novels.

Have you listened to any of Matthew Wolf’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

First listen for me and really enjoyed his performance.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Nothing in particular.

Any additional comments?

Audible really should pick up the rest of the Sebastian Bergman series.