My Soul to Take

My Soul to Take by Irsa Sigurdardottir

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A grisly murder is committed at a health resort situated in a recently renovated farmhouse, which turns out to be notorious for being haunted. Attorney Thóra Gudmundsdóttir is called upon by the owner of the resort—the prime suspect in the case—to represent him. Her investigations uncover some very disturbing occurrences at the farm decades earlier—things that have never before seen the light of day. [i]My Soul to Take[/i] is a chilling, dark and witty crime novel, and a welcome return for Thóra, the heroine of the highly-acclaimed [i]Last Rituals[/i].

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Irsa Sigurdardottir

A book by Irsa Sigurdardottir

Irsa Sigurdardottir (Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, born 24.08.1963). Icelandic writer (the second part of her name is a patronymic, not a surname, which Icelanders do not have), author of crime novels and children`s books. Irsa is one of the leading crime writers in Scandinavia, according to British analysts at The Times. She started writing in 1998 as an author of children`s books. So far, she has published 6 novels, 4 of which have been translated into English. Irsa is Iceland`s most translated author - her third novel has been published in over 30 languages ​​and in over 100 countries across all inhabited continents of the globe. The novel "Yrsu", published in 2005, has been translated into 7 languages, the novel "Biobörn" in 2003 received the Icelandic Prize of the Children`s Books Foundation. She is married with two children and lives with her family in Reykjavik. By day, he works as a civil engineer and is one of the directors of Verkís, one of the largest technical firm...

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Irsa Sigurdardottir (Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, born 24.08.1963). Icelandic writer (the second part of her name is a patronymic, not a surname, which Icelanders do not have), author of crime novels and children`s books. Irsa is one of the leading crime writers in Scandinavia, according to British analysts at The Times. She started writing in 1998 as an author of children`s books. So far, she has published 6 novels, 4 of which have been translated into English. Irsa is Iceland`s most translated author - her third novel has been published in over 30 languages ​​and in over 100 countries across all inhabited continents of the globe. The novel "Yrsu", published in 2005, has been translated into 7 languages, the novel "Biobörn" in 2003 received the Icelandic Prize of the Children`s Books Foundation. She is married with two children and lives with her family in Reykjavik. By day, he works as a civil engineer and is one of the directors of Verkís, one of the largest technical firms in Iceland, and writes books by night.