Acts of Vanishing
The gripping new Scandinavian thriller with a huge twist
By Fredrik T. Olsson
A gripping, intelligent, visionary thriller by highly respected Swedish screenwriter Fredrik T. Olsson.
'Olsson has the page-turning power of Michael Crichton'
A father's search. A daughter in danger. A terrifying secret.
It was ten past four on the afternoon of the third of December. Everything was darkness and ink, and the snow falling turned to water.
Through it ran Sara Sandberg, the girl who was about to die, and somewhere in the cold, lead-grey hell that was Stockholm was a man who called himself her father.
In her rucksack, she had a warning for him.
Now whether he would receive it or not was all down to her.
From international bestseller and renowned Swedish screenwriter Fredrik T. Olsson comes a gripping, visionary Swedish thriller that's impossible to put down.
Praise for Fredrik T. Olsson:
'Boy are you ever going to love this book'
'A colourful blockbuster'
'Gets high marks for developing an original concept and building suspense'
Born in 1969 outside Göteborg on the Swedish west coast, Fredrik T. Olsson spent most of his childhood writing, acting and producing plays. Refusing to grow up, this is pretty much what he has kept doing since. A full-time screenwriter for film and television since 1995, Fredrik has written scripts in genres ranging from comedy to thrillers, as well as developing, showrunning and head-writing original material for various Swedish networks. He is also a standup comedian and makes occasional contributions as a director.
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08 Mar 2018
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Olsson has the page-turning power of Michael Crichton — The Sun
Boy are you ever going to love this book — Simon Toyne (on Chain of Events)
Gets high marks for developing an original concept and building suspense — Publishers Weekly (on Chain of Events)
Swedish scriptwriter Olsson's first novel amps up the action . . . An end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it thriller featuring two unlikely, but very likable, protagonists — Kirkus