Traces the near-fatal 1989 Central Park attack on a woman and the ensuing media frenzy and public hysteria that culminated in the wrongful convictions of five minority teens, in a report that analyzes regional class and race struggles and the failures of local government and law enforcement.
The award-winning Norwegian author of The Devil's Star finds the irascible Harry Hole investigating the disappearance of a woman whose scarf is found on a mysteriously built snowman, a case that is complicated by subsequent abductions and a menacing letter. Translated by Don Bartlett.
This Herralde Award-winning novel chronicles a strange journey that follows the steps of two Latin American poets, Arturo Belano and Ulises Lima, as they struggle to escape from an unknown past, in a novel that follows their odyssey as seen through the eyes of the people whose paths they cross in Central America, Europe, Israel, and West Africa. 50,000 first printing.
When his father-in-law, a retired naval officer, disappears under suspicious circumstances, Kurt Wallander uncovers disturbing evidence of Cold War espionage, a case that forces him to confront dark truths about his own nature. By the award-winning author of Firewall.
Rebalancing her life and career after a painful divorce, pediatrician Jill learns that her ex has died from an alleged overdose that her former stepdaughter believes was actually murder, a situation that forces Jill to choose between her duty to past circumstances and her future happiness.
Power. Ambition. Vampires. Welcome to Washington, D.C. Washington Post reporter Nate Hallberg is assigned to profile high-powered political consultant Jonathan Drees and uncovers the startling reality that American politics has been controlled by vampires for more than 200 years.
Traces the falsified story about denounced Sept. 11 survivor Tania Head, describing her interviews with the co-author, and the discovery that she was not in America at the time of the attacks, in an account that offers insider analysis of human morality and need.