Review: Zack by Mons Kallentoft and Markus Lutterman

January 24, 2018

The gripping first thriller in a chilling new series from the reigning master of Scandinavian crime fiction—Mons Kallentoft, author of the acclaimed Malin Fors novels—is an instant international sensation.


Zack Herry is the golden boy who has stumbled into a career in the Stockholm police force. At night, he hangs out at the clubs, partying with the people he should really be arresting. He knows that it won’t last, but he can’t help himself, even as he starts being investigated by internal affairs. But when four Thai women from a massage parlor in Stockholm are found brutally executed and a fifth badly mutilated and dumped outside a nearby hospital, Zack must get his act together and try to figure out the motives behind the vicious murders, together with his partner, Deniz. Only one thing is for sure: more women will die unless they find the killer.


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**** 4 Star Review ****


There were so many things I loved about this book. Between the twists and turns, the "double" life of Zack Herry, the characters, and the plot, I couldn't put this book down.


This book is written with such precision and detail. There was no stone left unturned. There was no question of who was who or what was what. Although the story as a whole was pretty straight-forward, it was also complex. The contradictions that make up Zack Herry are as much of a compliment to his character as they are a flaw.


I was so invested in this book as I read it. I needed to know just who the killer was. Would Zack be able to close this mystery and come out unscathed? I had so much apprehension on how the story would end. I truly hope that the rest of the Zack Herry series is translated and published in the U.S. because I truly want more.  


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