“Kepler is a virtuoso at delivering scenes of suspense.”
Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times
“Kepler will have you turning pages long after your bedtime.”
The Philadelphia Inquirer
“Kepler [is] a master of disturbing psychological crime novels, showing the darker side of humanity.”
“Not surprisingly, Lars Kepler is being billed as the successor to Stieg Larsson. But Kepler, actually the pseudonym for a Swedish husband-and-wife writing team, casts a subtler, creepier spell than his countryman. /…/ Kepler has a remarkable feel for physical cruelty, and his ability to delve into a psychotic’s mind is truly shocking. Larsson is destined to have many heirs… Kepler is by far the best. /…/ It’s that good. It’s the hard stuff.”
Kepler’s The Mirror Man scores a double hat-trick on the official Swedish bestseller list this week, landing the No. 1 spot in all three categories for the third consecutive week.
Kepler’s The Mirror Man (the eighth installment featuring Joona Linna) continues to reign supreme on the Swedish bestseller lists. The novel claims the top position in all three formats for the second consecutive week and in addition, it lands the No. 1 spot on the official chart for the entire month of October (also here in all three formats).
Published in Finland on Wednesday, Lars Kepler’s eighth installment in the Joona Linna series, The Mirror Man, has gone straight to No. 1 on the Finnish bestseller list and tops the general list across all genres and formats, as well as the hardcover fiction list.
Lars Kepler’s The Mirror Man, the just today published eighth installment in the Joona Linna series, has gone straight to No. 1 in the Czech Republic.
A young woman disappears when she is on her way home from school. Five years later, she is found murdered on a playground in central Stockholm. Via CCTV footage, Joona Linna manages to track down an eyewitness. When it turns out that the witness is a mentally ill man who doesn’t have any memories whatsoever […]
It’s official: Lars Kepler, Jo Nesbø and Jørn Lier Horst are three of the most sold authorships in Norway during the last decade.
It’s now official that Lars Kepler was the best-selling author of the decade in Sweden, across all categories, genres and formats.