Until only Ashes remains by Lisa Bjurwald

The manuscript of Until only Ashes remains by award winning author Lisa Bjurwald is now available in full in Swedish and with a sample translation in English. The book is just published in Holland.

Rebecka studied the weapon for a few seconds before she discovered the engraving. 6 6 6. The number of the beast. The devil had come to Värmland County.

Stockholm, spring 2016. Rebecka Born has been given the opportunity to pursue a career as a specialist police in the section for Special Threats (SSH), an elite group fighting terrorism and organized crime.

Her first case: To investigate the mysterious murders of two women who were found truncated and burned by a river. Once in place in Värmland County, Rebecka is faced with a whole new type of threat – a threat that can not be construed with common police methods. What has happened to the young women? Has a serial killer started to expel their hunting fields?

A terrified teenage girl is kept at the hospital at Karlstad’s psychiatric clinic and dares to open herself a bit. Is she sitting on the key to the murder?

While Rebecka is searching for answers in the darkness, she is being oppressed by the local police, and her own demons begin to come alive. A traumatic event in her teens has put deep marks. Now her career is threatened as well as her mental stability.

 

 

 

Until only Ashes remains by Lisa Bjurwald published in Holland

Lisa Bjurwald is an award winning journalist, author, lecturer and expert on xenophobia whose reportage books about the extreme right have been translated into several languages.

Bjurwald has been working as a journalist for more than 20 years, including being an editor of major newspapers Dagens Nyheter and Svenska Dagbladet, as a columnist in Expressen and Aftonbladet, editor of the Media World as well as having worked as a reporter in USA, London and Rome.

She has been nominated for the Media Medal of the Year and has won a journalist award from the European Parliament. Currently, she is editor-in-chief and responsible publisher for the magazine Author. She is nominated for the Raoul Wallenberg Prize 2018.

Her crime novel Until only ashes remains is just published in Holland.

Lisa Bjurwald nominated for the Raoul Wallenberg Prize

Lisa Bjurwald is nominated for the Raol Wallenberg Prize 2018.

Lisa Bjurwald is an award winning journalist, author, lecturer and expert on xenophobia whose reportage books about the extreme right have been translated into several languages.

Bjurwald has been working as a journalist for more than 20 years, including being an editor of major newspapers Dagens Nyheter and Svenska Dagbladet, as a columnist in Expressen and Aftonbladet, editor of the Media World as well as having worked as a reporter in USA, London and Rome.
She has been nominated for the Media Medal of the Year and has won a journalist award from the European Parliament. Currently, she is editor-in-chief and responsible publisher for the magazine Author.