Stefan Ahnhem is an established screenwriter for both TV and film. He also serves on the board of the Swedish Writers Guild. He lives in Stockholm. Victim Without a Face is his first novel. Rachel Willson-Broyles is an American translator specializing in literature. She recently translated The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden by Jonas Jonasson, Mona by Dan T. Sehlberg, and Room No. 10 by Ake Edwarson. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
'An exciting thriller ... Each chapter is left on a cliff-hanger and with interesting characters that make us care, we need to know what happens to them' Gazette and Herald (Yorkshire). 'A gripping, tense and sinister thriller, with the dark and chilling atmosphere characteristic of the Nordic Noir genre. It is a disturbing, thought-provoking and genuinely scary story that left me double checking the door lock before I went to bed! ... A superb example of a Nordic Noir/Scandi crime thriller' Curious Ginger Cat. 'Gripping, surprising and tense' Crime Review. 'Fast paced, gripping, gruesome and thrilling - I really enjoyed it and I will definitely be looking out for the next Fabian Risk book' The Book Magnet (5 star review). 'A superb and compelling read' Army Rumour Service Blog. 'Grabs you from the very first page and refuses to let you go' Michael Hjort and Hans Rosenfeldt. 'The next Swedish thriller king' Crimetime Award Jury. 'Full of surprise, suspense, and the shadows of the past. I read it in one sitting' Ake Edwardson. 'Recalls Mankell at his best in its whip-smart observations, flawed but endearing characters and gruesome appeal' Sunday Times Crime Club. 'It's a better class of murder in Sweden ... Epic in scale and ambition, this announces a new arrival in the Swedish crime galaxy' Daily Mail.