Slowly We Die by Emelie Schepp
A Thriller

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The final installment in an announced trilogy, following Marked for Life (2016) and Marked for Revenge (2017), this is Schepp's best effort yet in its deft blend of psychological suspense and procedural X's and O's.
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2017 SWEDISH CRIME WRITER OF THE YEAR

AN ACCIDENTAL SLIP OF A BLADE…

A tragic incident on the operating table leaves a patient damaged for life and leads a young surgeon to abandon his profession as a physician… Now, years later, a series of senseless, gruesome murders are rocking the same medical community.

THEN MURDEROUS REVENGE…

The weapon? A surgical scalpel.

But who exactly is preying on these victims? And why? What does this grisly pattern reveal? And who will be the one to stop it?

Special prosecutor Jana Berzelius, who has her own dark secrets to hide, is in charge of the investigation. What she can’t know, until she is finally closing in on the murderer, is just how her own mother’s recent death is intimately connected.

This intricately plotted and relentlessly suspenseful medical thriller keeps everyone guessing until the bitter end.
 

About Emelie Schepp

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Swedish author Emelie Schepp has written two feature screenplays and published two crime novels, Marked for Life and White Tracks, and is at work on a third. Her debut, Marked For Life has now sold over 110,000 copies. Her second novel, White Tracks, was published in May 2015 and has long topped the sales charts. Emelie is a married mother of two children. Eva Lindblad
 
Published July 1, 2018 by MIRA. 432 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction
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The final installment in an announced trilogy, following Marked for Life (2016) and Marked for Revenge (2017), this is Schepp's best effort yet in its deft blend of psychological suspense and procedural X's and O's.

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