"The highly anticipated third book in the thrilling Fabian Risk series!"
Reviewed by Patti Loveday
Posted December 6, 2018
EIGHTEEN BELOW by Stefan
Ahnhem is a suspenseful mystery thriller full of twists and turns that
are sure to keep you up at night. The third book in the Fabian Risk series can easily
be read as a standalone novel, but after you read you will want to read
the previous books in the series. A fast-paced read with drama,
tension, and suspenseful situations. The perfect read for a cold
winter's night that is sure to get the adrenaline going!
Risk's latest investigation begins with the suicide of a colleague. Then
mix in a dysfunctional family, a complicated forbidden relationship with
a client, and a body in a freezer making this a must-read thriller.
EIGHTEEN BELOW gives us a
variety of characters that are entertaining and each adds their own
twists to the overall story. Ahnhem adds unique backstories to the
characters that help to create a mysterious element to the plot making
you second guess everything and an ending that you will never see
Ahnhem has written a remarkable third book in the Fabian Risk series that get
better with each book. A thrilling action-packed suspense that is sure
to grab your attention from the very beginning until the very last,
leaving you wanting more. EIGHTEEN
BELOW is sure to stay with you long after reading. I highly
recommend EIGHTEEN BELOW
and the Fabian Risk series
to anyone who loves a good thriller.
The third book in the internationally bestselling Fabian
Risk series, a terrifying story of stolen identity and
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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