This easter I spent time reading "Dronen" (meaning the drone) by Unni Lindell. The atmosphere for a long time I would describe as the feeling you can get of someone watching you. Gradually I felt the atmosphere change. I found the first half most interesting. Overall I liked the book.
The main character is Marian Dahle, a police woman. At work she begins to investigate a murder that has happened recently in a forest. A man is found dead in a tent. And before that happened a man studied the area with a drone and saw him and his tent. And decided to go there in secret.
Marian suggests that someone might have used a drone to watch the area before the crime. The guilty usually stays close to the place where the crime happened. Sometimes I felt that was a bit strange.
Marian has problems of her own and the killer causes more problems for her when a neighbour goes missing.
I had no problem getting into the books own universe. It was well written and atmospheric. The length of story was good. I would like to read more of Unni Lindell's books.
Have you read this book?
Lovely post, Karoline. This sounds like one of those intense thrillers that keeps you on the edge of your seat. I recently finished reading As Weekends Go by Jan Brigden; I gave it 5/5 stars as at the time I just fancied reading some chick-lit. Hope you’re having a positive week! :-) xxReplyDelete
Helen | Helen’s Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog
This sounds interesting book! I have never heard of the author before. Thank you for sharing xReplyDelete
Her books has been translated to several languages :)Delete