Synopsis of Midwinter Sacrifice
‘An investigation consists of a mass of voices, the sort you can hear, and the sort you can’t. You have to listen to the soundless voices, Malin. That’s where the truth is hidden.’
Early one morning in the coldest winter in Swedish memory, police detective Malin Fors is called away from the warm flat she shares with her teenage daughter.
The naked body of a man has been found hanging from a tree on the deserted, frozen plain outside the town of Linköping.
From the outset Malin is confronted with a host of unanswered questions: Who is the dead man? How did he end up in a tree? And where did the strange wounds on his body come from?
Malin and her team must search for the truth in a community that seems determined to keep its secrets, and follow in the frigid wake of a killer to the darkest corners of the human heart.
Synopsis of Midwinter Sacrifice taken from Amazon
Midwinter Sacrifice – Mons Kallentoft review
It’s not bad but it took me a bit to get into it, I was even on the verge of not finishing it, since it was quite boring at the beginning. Too many descriptions and thoughts that distract from the action. As you go on reading they diminish a bit and one can focus on the story.
As for the rest, the plot is good and suspenseful enough to keep the interest until the end.