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When a British heir hunter fails to return home after a trip to Malmö Inspector Anita Sundström doesn’t want to get entangled in a simple missing persons case She shows a similar reluctance when her ex husband begs her to find his girlfriend who seems to have disappeared But when the mysteries take a sinister turn Sundström finds herself inextricably involved in both baffling affairs one of which seems to be connected to a robbery that took place twenty years earlier As the cases begin to unravel tragedy awaits the investigating team in the third Anita Sundström Malmö mystery


10 thoughts on “Missing in Malmö (Inspector Anita Sundström #3)

  1. says:

    Opening a new Anita Sundstrom book is such a treat I suddenly remembered everything Anita had been through with her unusual relationship and how much I enjoyed getting to know her With this series you need to know the background to fully appreciate the books Missing in Malmo is the third outing for Anita Sundstrom and it is even brilliant than the first twoThe story is about missing people a teacher connected to Anita’s ex husband and the other being a British man on the trail of a heir in Sweden Anita has her own worries with a son who is a bit heart broken and a love life that is different Suddenly missing people are being found dead and things are much complicated than they seemed originally Anita ends up back in the UK trying to work out what the heir hunter was doing in Sweden And her ex husband seems to be the prime suspect in a murder of a young woman Who killed the British heir hunter and why?This is one of those books that is completely heart breaking for the reader as well as Anita I can’t say than that Only one or two things happen that jolt the reader with their unexpectedness Anita solves the crimes and gets her manwoman It does end up being a tough old time emotionally for her I felt for her raw pain as she has to try and put it to one side The beauty of this series is the characters including that of Sweden I love the way we know Anita and understand her as well as her colleaguesMissing in Malmo was a pleasure to read A great and emotional story I was thoroughly entertained from the first sentence and left in shock by the revelations Toruil MacLeod somehow manages to make Sweden come alive and be very accessible His little touches of Britishness from the perspective of Swedish Anita are lots of fun I smiled when Anita commented on the amount of alcohol we have in British supermarkets compared to Sweden And they added much needed lightness to the story I enjoyed the heir hunting for relatives and the building of family treesWonderful More adventures from Malmo please Mr MacLeod I need to know what happens next to Anita


  2. says:

    It's fun to read these stories out of order you have an idea of what is going to happen before it does Toruil MacLeod has an interesting character in Inspector Anita Sundström she seems everyone's mom but especially Lasse who's her true son But take Khalid Hakim Mirza and you can see that she treats him like she does her son even though she's the boss and tells him to go home when Chief Inspector Moberg is on the trail We have two cases in this book even though they seemed to run together One we have a British man who is found drifting in the ocean dead And two we have a beautiful girl that is found dead also in the ocean Two different deaths but similar Anita has to solve them both The first one takes her to England and she meets her love interest but not yet And then she has her ex husband talk to her about his girl friend The interesting thing is that in solving both cases she has very traumatic experiences which make the book a really good read


  3. says:

    This is a good book It seems a shame that it is only available for kindle There are some especially nice touches with something for the Wallander fans at the beginning Like Mankell the author uses a lot of real places in this book a techniue to be commended While some bad things happen to the people around her Anita fares somewhat better in this book than in the first two


  4. says:

    Well some things in there have been really predictable but the book as well as the whole series is pretty decent nonetheless Far better than the second book of the series


  5. says:

    Insp Sundstrom swimming upstreamWhat's up with Moberg and Westermark? Cheap way of writing Cops like these would not exist in a land of professionalism Throw them out and add tension to the plot


  6. says:

    Review Missing in Malmö Inspector Anita Sundström #3 by Toruil MacLeod Publisher McNidder Grace Crime 10th December 2015 ISBN 978 0857161154 Source Publisher provided review copy Rating 5 SynopsisWhen a British heir hunter fails to return home after a trip to Malmö Inspector Anita Sundström doesn't want to get entangled in a simple missing person's case She shows a similar reluctance when her ex husband begs her to find his girlfriend who seems to have disappeared But when the mysteries take a sinister turn Sundström finds herself inextricably involved in both baffling affairs one of which seems to be connected to a robbery that took place twenty years earlier As the cases begin to unravel tragedy awaits the investigating team in the third Anita Sundström Malmö mystery ReviewHaving read and enjoyed the first two Anita Sundström mysteries I was eagerly looking forward to this third instalment Toruil MacLeod has an engaging writing style that is easy to read and draws you from the outset The two missing persons cases that form the plot are both intriguing and confounding and as Anita and her team delve further some astonishing facts are revealed Just when I thought I knew who had done what another revelation was revealed There are twists and turns here than your average rollercoaster Feisty Anita Sundström is one of the most fascinating characters I've come across in the last couple of years so getting to learn about her personal story in Missing in Malmö was a much appreciated bonus to this fantastic story Her trip to the UK accompanied by her amusing perceptions of British mannerisms adds a touch of humour that is both welcome and unexpected Thanks to McNidder Grace for the review copy which was provided in return for my honest review 


  7. says:

    Macleod improves the story and characters with each book And as disappointed as I am to see Norlund leave I'm that delighted Westermark is too Good riddance The writing and plotting are tighter and Sundstrom's development is good to watch


  8. says:

    Shallow characters Shallow plot Shallow settings Shallow writing The best thing about this book is its consistency


  9. says:

    Two good mysteries a bit gruesome some endings hopeful of new beginningsA lot happens in Missing in Malmo There are two distinct cases a missing “heir hunter” and a strangled young woman who was in a relationship with Anita’s ex Bjorn You will probably figure out two important things one from each case well before Anita does but it doesn’t detract since you won’t get all the details until the end If not for the usual abrupt “to be continued” ending this would read like the end of a trilogy but I’m still interested enough in following Anita in her future crime solving I’m hoping it moves out of the personal I’m not a fan of police procedurals where every case seems to involve some member of the team We’ll see what’s next


  10. says:

    I love Nordic noir and I'm enjoying this series set in Malmo As are the others in the series that I've read this one is tightly plotted and suspenseful while allowing for extensive character development Anita is a bit prickly but she is an appealing and bright main character with her day to day issues seamlessly woven into the story's overall plot A good detective series plus it reminds me of the brilliant Swedish Danish TV series The Bridge one of my faves and also set in part in Malmo