The Rabbit Hunter
Joona Linna has spent two years in a high security prison when he is taken off to attend a secret meeting. The police need his help to stop a mysterious killer who goes by the name of the Rabbit Hunter. The only connection between the victims is that they all hear a child chanting a rhyme about rabbits before the killer strikes. A quirk of fate unexpectedly places celebrity chef Rex M ller at the centre of events. He is about to spend time with his son Sammy for the first time, but instead of three relaxing weeks, he finds himself in a terrifying fight for survival. Joona Linna and Saga Bauer are forced to work together in secret to put a stop to the Rabbit Hunter before it's too late. You never know what fate has in store for you, or what might catch up with you if you don't start running right now.
Thriller maestro Lars Kepler is back with a new page-turner about Detective Superintendent Joona Linna.
Praise for Lars Kepler: `The story is incredibly dark and the reader will be caught between wanting to turn the page to read on and being too scared to do so' SUN `STALKER is terrifying yet hugely enjoyable to read but be warned, it may take you a while to sleep after you finish it' DAILY EXPRESS `One of the most hair-raising crime novels published this year' SUNDAY TIMES `Hurtles along ... full of nuanced detail which sets it far above the average thriller ... You'll be terrified' EVENING STANDARD `Taking Europe by storm...ferocious, visceral storytelling that wraps you in a cloak of darkness' DAILY MAIL `Deeply scarifying stuff' INDEPENDENT `Chillingly vicious' MARIE CLAIRE `Brilliantly scary' DAILY EXPRESS `Kepler has a direct line to a very dark place in the human soul' Lev Grossman, TIME `A creepy and compulsive crime thriller' MO HAYDER `Grips you round the throat until the final twist' WOMAN AND HOME `An horrific and original read' SUN `A rollercoaster ride of a thriller full of striking twists' MAIL ON SUNDAY
Lars Kepler is a No.1 bestselling international sensation, whose Joona Linna thrillers have sold in excess of 10 million copies in 20 countries. The first book in the series, The Hypnotist, was selected for the 2012 Richard and Judy Book Club and the most recent, The Sandman, was one of the Evening Standard's books of the year. This is the sixth novel in the series and went straight to No.1 in Sweden, Norway, Holland, Denmark and Finland. Lars Kepler is the pseudonym for writing duo, Alexander and Alexandra Ahndoril. They live with their family in Sweden.