Fate of Ravens by Tiina Nunnally
A Margit Andersson Mystery (Fjord Suspense, No. 2)

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A rash of murders occurs in the Scandinavian community in Seattle. Translator Margit Andersson, an amateur detective, discovers the victims were involved in resistance against the Nazis during World War II.
 

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Published May 1, 1998 by Fjord Pr. 217 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Seattle freelance translator Margit Andersson (introduced in Runemaker, 1996) takes a job at the international airport where she is on hand to catch a frightened elderly traveler who falls down an esc

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Attending a Scandinavian picnic to find out more about the local woman, Margit is led to a man who was part of the Danish underground in the war and whose view of the past suggests that the women's deaths are related to their actions 50 years earlier.

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