The thrilling final installment of the New York Times bestselling Nina Borg series set in Denmark
Lene Kaaberb l and Agnete Friis are the Danish duo behind the Nina Borg series. Friis is a journalist by training, while Kaaberb l has been a professional writer since the age of 15, with more than 2 million books sold worldwide. Their first collaboration, The Boy in the Suitcase, was a New York Times and USA Today bestseller, has been translated into 30 languages, and has sold half a million copies worldwide. They are also the authors of two other Nina Borg novels in addition to The Boy in the Suitcase- Invisible Murder and Death of a Nightingale.
Praise for The Considerate Killer
"One of the most distinctive characters in contemporary fiction."
-Los Angeles Review of Books
"Powerful . . . As in previous installments, Kaaberbol and Friis tackle social justice issues head-on."
"If this indeed is the finale, the series will end on a high-flying note . . . We have four fine books in a series that demands to be read and re-read."
-Reviewing the Evidence
"Seldom do readers get to know a character who so wholeheartedly-and blindly-throws herself into the role of White Knight, constantly battling to do right, unceasing in her fight to give a voice to the powerless. Yes, the stories are excellent, but Nina is the reason I recommend this series."
"Chilling and startling . . . A very satisfying conclusion to a gripping series."
-Fresh Fiction's Fresh Pick
Praise for Death of a Nightingale
A BBC Front Row Best Crime Novel of the Year
A Publishers Weekly Top 10 Mystery of the Year
A Book Page Best Mystery & Thriller of the Year
An IndieNext Selection
A Public Library Association LibraryReads Selection
"[Nina] joins the sisterhood of run-amok heroines like Homeland's Carrie Mathison and Lisbeth Salander of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Nina doesn't just have a bee in her bonnet-she has a whole hive. And it's buzzing away in her latest adventure, Death of a Nightingale, an elaborately plotted page-turner that flits from today's liberal-minded Denmark and mobbed-up Ukraine to the starvation-racked Soviet Union of the Stalinist '30s."
-John Powers, NPR's Fresh Air
"Death of a Nightingale is a gripping and elegant tapestry of a novel. A seamless weaving of psychological depth and rocket-paced plotting, the story hooked me in and the strong, complicated, and fascinating women at its center kept me utterly riveted cover-to-cover. Nina Borg is one of my new favorite heroines!"
-Lisa Unger, New York Times bestselling author of In the Blood
"Feminist outrage fuels the politically pointed novels of the Danish writing partners Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis . . . Nina is all heart and her efforts to bring justice to women like Natasha are heroic."
-The New York Times Book Review
"A moving story . . . [Kaaberbol and Friis] tell a socially conscious-and, at times, critical-tale about immigration issues that apply both to Denmark and the U.S. without sacrificing the urgency of the best thrillers."