Books published by Corvus
Liv Björnlund leads a lonely existence with her teenage son and elderly father in a small, isolated village, far away in northern Sweden. When her father is killed, gossip about their dilapidated house and apparent hidden fortune intensifies as police search for the killer.
Reviewed on 24 April 2021 by Ewa Sherman
An order for a nuclear first strike in the paranoia of the 1980s Cold War threatens world apocalypse. Thirty-five years later, as a writer threatens to reveal what really happened, the family of a key player in the drama is threatened by unknown forces trying to keep the incident secret.
Reviewed on 22 August 2020 by John Cleal
High-flying lawyer Selma Falck has lost everything because of her former client Jan Morell, and her own recklessness. Now Morell wants her to clear the name of his daughter Hege, an elite cross-country skier accused of doping. Selma has no choice but to search for the truth.
Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Ewa Sherman
As New York City expands, black and Irish gangs fight for control and speculators gamble fortunes. When a young girl is found butchered, Marshal Justy Flanagan and his friend Kerry O’Toole, penetrate a shadowy community and must fight to save the city – and their own lives.
Reviewed on 28 September 2019 by John Cleal
In a remote part of northern Sweden the lives of two people become intertwined. Lelle keeps searching for his teenage daughter Lina who had vanished without a trace three years ago. Meja has just moved to the area with her mentally unstable mother.
Reviewed on 27 July 2019 by Ewa Sherman
Alex is anxious to escape past events, and takes a job as a drama therapist at a pupil referral unit in Edinburgh. Using her love of Greek tragedy, she slowly gets through to a group of troubled 15-year-olds, but perhaps the children are taking the stories too much to heart.
Reviewed on 29 November 2014 by Sylvia Wilson
The discovery of an old man’s body at the foot of a waterfall looks like it could have been an accident, but DI Frannie Bliss isn’t so sure, and when he sees the contents of the dead man’s home, he calls in diocesan exorcist Merrily Watkins, for a second opinion.
Reviewed on 16 November 2013 by Linda Wilson