The Drowned Boy by Karin Fossum

The Drowned Boy

byKarin FossumTranslated byKari Dickson

Paperback | July 26, 2016

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The new Inspector Sejer novel.

'He'd just learnt to walk,' she said. 'He was sitting playing on his blanket, then all of a sudden he was gone.'

A 16-month-old boy is found drowned in a pond right by his home. Chief Inspector Sejer is called to the scene as there is something troubling about the mother's story. As even her own family turns against her, Sejer is determined to get to the truth.

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KARIN FOSSUM began her writing career in 1974. She has won numerous awards, including the Glass Key Award for the best Nordic crime novel, an honour shared with Henning Mankell and Jo Nesbo, and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. Her highly acclaimed Inspector Sejer series has been published in more than thirty countries.
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Title:The Drowned BoyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 7.8 × 5.2 × 0.6 inPublished:July 26, 2016Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0099593629

ISBN - 13:9780099593621

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• "Karin Fossum shows us how the crime novel can be more than sheer entertainment literature... Well-written and gripping." --Dagbladet 

   • "Karin Fossum is among our foremost authors, regardless of genre. This because of her unique ability to create real people and her deep understanding of the human soul. She has always mastered this, but never better than in Carmen Zita og doden." -- Drammens Tidende