26 loans, One at a time

The Game has brought HP Petterson wealth and freedom, but his newly comfortable life is a little . . . unsatisfying. He misses the danger, and the adrenalin rush. When he meets the rich and beautiful Anna Argos in a luxurious Dubai hotel, life instantly gets more interesting. But there is something mysterious lurking beneath Anna’s cool surface. And there’s something unsettling about her cellphone . . .

Rebecca Normén is now heading up an elite bodyguard team and thinks she’s put her personal demons behind her, but everything changes when she learns of a web forum containing threatening posts that obviously refer to her. As the walls close in on HP and Rebecca, old questions catch up with them. What is real? Whom can you trust? And how do you protect yourself from a threat whose existence you cannot prove?

Praise for The Game trilogy:

“Exciting first in a thriller trilogy…. Relentless pacing leads to a stunning finale.” —Publishers Weekly

“A taut thriller that will leave the reader excited for the next book in the series.” —Kirkus Reviews

“Utterly brilliant.” —Dast Magazine (Sweden)

“An insanely entertaining read…. A true thriller delight.” —Skånska Dagbladet (Sweden)

“Entertaining and breathless.... Pure entertainment.” — (Denmark)

“Brilliant and fast-paced…. Destined to be an international success.” —Chi (Italy)

“Having read Game, you will put aside Mankell and Larsson.” —Polska Dziennik Lódzki (Poland)

“Skillfully constructed, very suspenseful and incessantly astonishing.” —Sydsvenskan (Sweden)

“A modern thriller that beats all the classic crime stories.” —Mladá fronta Dnes (Czech Republic)

“A trilogy you shouldn’t miss…. Escalates to a breakneck level.” —Dagens Nyheter (Sweden)

“Once you've picked up this breathtaking novel you won't be able to put it down…. Incredibly fascinating reading.” —AGM Magazin (Germany)

“Delightful and thrilling.” —Ekstra Bladet (Denmark)

“A perfect story and a completely new style of Scandinavian crime fiction.” —Deník (Czech Republic)

“One of the best insights into the vernacular and thinking of the computer generation that we have seen in print... A fast-paced, suspenseful and fun story.” —Fréttabladid (Iceland)

“Keeps you enthralled until the very last page.” —Politiken (Denmark)

Publication date
December 10, 2013
Page count
Paper ISBN
File size
1 MB