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Crime and Thriller

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A cheap crooner by the name of John Schwarz earns his keep on a ferry between Sweden and Finland, singing evergreens for drunken passengers. One night, he loses his temper with a man harassing women in the crowd, beating him unconscious. As drunken brawls are commonplace on the Baltic cruising ferries, no one raises an eyebrow. No one, that is, but Detective Ewert Grens. C A cheap crooner by the name of John Schwarz earns his keep on a ferry between Sweden and Finland, singing evergreens for drunken passengers. One night, he loses his temper with a man harassing women in the crowd, beating him unconscious. As drunken brawls are commonplace on the Baltic cruising ferries, no one raises an eyebrow. No one, that is, but Detective Ewert Grens. Concerned by the details of the case report, Grens can’t help but think someone capable of such violence must have a history of it. As a precaution, he orders Schwarz arrested: one that is seemingly justified when Schwarz provides such resistance that he has to be sedated. Suspicion turns to shock when Grens discovers that John Schwarz does not exist. When he learns that the man in his custody is in fact John Meyer Frey—an American citizen from Marcusville, Ohio—he is even more astonished. John Meyer Frey cannot be sitting in front of him: John Meyer Frey died on Death Row the previous year. This mystery will initiate the most remarkable criminal investigation of Ewert Grens’ career, the reverberations of which will reach the highest tier of international politics, and blow the worldwide debate on the death penalty wide open. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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A cheap crooner by the name of John Schwarz earns his keep on a ferry between Sweden and Finland, singing evergreens for drunken passengers. One night, he loses his temper with a man harassing women in the crowd, beating him unconscious. As drunken brawls are commonplace on the Baltic cruising ferries, no one raises an eyebrow. No one, that is, but Detective Ewert Grens. C A cheap crooner by the name of John Schwarz earns his keep on a ferry between Sweden and Finland, singing evergreens for drunken passengers. One night, he loses his temper with a man harassing women in the crowd, beating him unconscious. As drunken brawls are commonplace on the Baltic cruising ferries, no one raises an eyebrow. No one, that is, but Detective Ewert Grens. Concerned by the details of the case report, Grens can’t help but think someone capable of such violence must have a history of it. As a precaution, he orders Schwarz arrested: one that is seemingly justified when Schwarz provides such resistance that he has to be sedated. Suspicion turns to shock when Grens discovers that John Schwarz does not exist. When he learns that the man in his custody is in fact John Meyer Frey—an American citizen from Marcusville, Ohio—he is even more astonished. John Meyer Frey cannot be sitting in front of him: John Meyer Frey died on Death Row the previous year. This mystery will initiate the most remarkable criminal investigation of Ewert Grens’ career, the reverberations of which will reach the highest tier of international politics, and blow the worldwide debate on the death penalty wide open. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Title Cell 8 Height 15.9
Anders Roslund, Börge Hellström Width 3.2
ISBN-13 9781849161497 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 1849161496 Spine Width
Publisher Quercus Books Pages 478
Edition 1st Edition, 2012 Availability In Stock

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