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Synopsis: Crime writer Erica Falck is shocked to discover a Nazi medal among her late mother's possessions.
Haunted by a childhood of neglect, she resolves to dig deep into her family's past and finally uncover the reasons why. Her inquiries lead her to the home of a retired history teacher.
He was among her mother's circle of friends during the Second World War but her questions are met with bizarre and evasive answers.
Two days later he meets a violent death. Who would kill so ruthlessly to bury secrets so old?
Reluctantly Erica must read her mother's wartime diaries. But within the pages is a painful revelation about Erica's past. Could what little knowledge she has be enough to endanger her husband and newborn baby? The dark past is coming to light, and no one will escape the truth of how they came to be… Patrik is on leave for his daughter Maja and he can't stop himself from disturbing his wife, Erica who is back to writing novels in the very comfort of their home.
But on the very first day of his leave, Patrik is stumbled upon a crime scene where the dead body of an old historian has been found by his colleagues, and little did Patrik knew that Erica had sought help, not very long time ago, from the same historian about an old Nazi war medal that she found among her late mother's belongings.
Together Patrik and Erica embark upon a forgotten path taking them back in time through Erica's mother's journals that narrate the period when the world war II is coming to an end, in order to find the connection of her mother and her friends in Sweden in the war.
Eventually the history begins to unravel right in front of their eyes when the hidden secrets surface up about a young and naive couple who got caught up between love and war. The book held me from the very first chapter till the very last line of the book, although I must say, the book ended with a bang I mean literally!
The book opens a bit slow and all the while it felt like there's no point of stretching such a good story for so long by withholding the secret which finally became very obvious midway through the story. From the outside the prison looked unoccupied, but she knew the reverse was true.
Funding cuts and a tight budget meant that as many people as possible were crowded into every space. No local politician was about to risk losing votes by proposing that money should be invested in a new prison. The county would just have to make do with the present structure. The cold had begun to seep through Ericas clothes, so she headed towards the entrance.
When she entered the reception area, the guard listlessly glanced at her ID and nodded without raising his eyes. He stood up, and she followed him down a corridor as she thought about how hectic her morning had been.
Every morning was a trial these days.
To say that the twins had entered an obstinate stage was an understatement. For the life of her she couldnt recall Maja ever being so difficult when she was two, or at any age.
Noel was the worst. He had always been the more energetic one, but Anton was all too happy to follow his lead.