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In Swedish author Miller's thriller series starter set in and around Stockholm, an aging private investigator and her young team take on a seemingly simple adultery case that proves to be complex, indeed. Nadja Franzén's ordinarily staid husband, Mikael, has been acting strangely. He's been staying out late at night, claiming to be working but coming home drunk, and his wife has concluded that he's having an affair. She hires a private detective agency to investigate, and her case is assigned to investigator Gunvor Ström, a former surgeon in her mid-60s. As she pursues Mikael from bar to bar, it quickly becomes apparent that he's involved in something altogether more sinister than garden-variety adultery. As a sexagenarian, though, Gunvor struggles to be inconspicuous at the Stockholm nightspots that Mikael frequents, so she recruits two young acquaintances to be her eyes and ears: Elin, a rather plain teenager with low self-esteem, and David, an immature dropout. The trio soon forges a plan to uncover the truth. After some bodyguards viciously attack Mikael, though, Nadja reconsiders the investigation--and things take a very dark turn when a brutal murder is broadcast live to paying customers.
Sixteen-year-old Ava Phoenix’s unlikely defeat of the grand praetorian’s son in a fighting contest triggers her father’s murder and an official decree to destroy her village. Together with her first love, Beau, she races across a post-apocalyptic landscape to save her village while being hunted by her dystopian world’s deadliest teenage warriors.
Heart-rending loss, romance, and an unjust world combine to create a heroine who rises above violence even as she dispenses justice. Ava the Brave shows how a warrior’s heart can be lost and rediscovered even in the most savage of lands.
Right from the start the reader is aware of the horrendous outcome if this plan succeeds. A group of British-Pakistani nationals; some of whom have fought with Daesh, others young idealists, volunteer for a suicide mission to destroy key facilities within England. Tension is ratcheted up as the authorities seem slow to react. Skilful writing weaves these strands towards the nail-biting conclusion.