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Eighteen Below
Stefan Ahnhem

Fabian Risk #3
Minotaur Books
December 2018
On Sale: December 4, 2018
592 pages
ISBN: 1250103223
EAN: 9781250103222
Kindle: B079DVRTXV
Hardcover / e-Book
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The third book in the internationally bestselling Fabian Risk series, a terrifying story of stolen identity and serial murder.

ON A HOT SUMMER'S DAY

The police chase a speeding car through the streets of Helsingborg. When they reach the bridge, the driver keeps going straight into the cold, dark waters of the Öresund strait.

A TRAGIC ACCIDENT

The body recovered from the wreck is that of Peter Brise, one of the city's richest tech entrepreneurs. Fabian Risk and his team are confident this is suicide. Young, rich, successful—Brise just didn't know how to ask for help.

TURNS EVERTHING A LITTLE BIT COLDER...

But then the autopsy reveals something unexpected. Brise was already dead when his car crashed. He'd been brutally murdered two months ago. His body frozen in perfect condition, at eighteen degrees below zero...Something doesn't match up. And when a string of other odd murders and unusual behavior come to light in the area, Fabian Risk takes the case.

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