Leif GW Persson
Leif GW Persson

Leif G.W. Persson's previous novels include Backstrom: He Who Kills the DragonBetween Summer's Longing and Winter's End, and Another Time, Another Life. He has served as an adviser to the Swedish ministry of justice and is Sweden's most renowned psychological profiler. A professor at the Swedish National Police Board, he is considered the country's foremost expert on crime.

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Author: Neil Smith and Leif GW Persson | Narrator: Erik Davies
Release Date: May 23, 2017
***WINNER OF THE CRIME WRITERS' ASSOCIATION'S INTERNATIONAL DAGGER 2017******WINNER OF THE DANISH ACADEMY OF CRIME WRITERS' PALLE ROSENKRANTZ PRIZE (Best Crime Novel 2012)******WINNER OF THE FINNISH ACADEMY OF CRIME WRITERS' AWARD (Best Crime No...
Author: Neil Smith and Leif GW Persson | Narrator: Erik Davies
Release Date: February 23, 2016
The irascible, obdurate, and very thirsty Detective Superintendent Evert Bäckström of the National Murder Squad returns in a new novel from the reigning master of Scandinavian fiction.It’s the dead of summer in the sleepy town of V&au...
Author: Leif GW Persson | Narrator: Erik Davies
Release Date: January 20, 2015
From a master of Scandinavian crime fiction--the first in a brilliant series of novels centered around the investigations of one irascible, obdurate, and very thirsty Swedish police officer: Detective Superintendent Evert Bäckström of the N...
Author: Paul Norlen and Leif GW Persson | Narrator: Erik Davies
Release Date: February 25, 2014
From the grand master of Scandinavian crime fiction—and one of the best crime writers of our time—here is the final volume in the critically acclaimed Story of a Crime trilogy, centered on the assassination of Olof Palme in 1986. It&...
Author: Leif GW Persson | Narrator: Erik Davies
Release Date: March 13, 2012
In 1975, six young people stormed the West German embassy in Stockholm, taking the entire staff hostage. They demanded the immediate release of members of the Baader- Meinhof group being held as prisoners in West Germany, but twelve hours into the si...