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By Arne Dahl

Det går mot midsommar, snart semesterdags. Ett visst lugn borde infinna sig. males för Rikskriminalens specialenhet för våldsbrott av internationell artwork, mer känd som A-gruppen, blir det en intensiv vecka.

En i gruppen anklagas plötsligt för brott i det förgångna, och en mindre bomb av säregna våldsbrott briserar i Stockholm. En gästarbetande polsk sjuksköterska yxmördas, en programansvarig TV-chef skjuts ihjäl efter premiären på en färsk dokusåpa, ett tilltänkt hedersmord tar en oväntad vändning, ett lik flyter upp ur Riddarfjärden och vänder ut och in på allt. Och until eventually slut blir allt väldigt personligt.

"En midsommarnattsdröm är en i ordets egentliga mening magisk läsupplevelse." Sydsvenska Dagbladet
"Han är inte bara en suverän intrigmakare, han har dessutom en i genren sällsynt humor av det slag som inte utesluter seriös samhällskritik, satiriskt turnerad." Expressen
"En fängslande bok? Ja. Spännande? Definitivt. Och ändå i grunden så avvikande från alla mallar. Arne Dahl är en författare med huvudet på skaft och med tusen rävar bakom alla öron." Aftonbladet
"Arne Dahl är en av få läsvärda svenska deckarförfattare." Göteborgs-Posten

En midsommarnattsdröm är den sjätte boken i Arne Dahls serie om A-gruppen.

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