Secrets? by Christer Tholin

A Swedish Crime Novella

private eye Elin takes on an easy task - at first sight


Genre: FICTION / Crime

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / International Mystery & Crime

Language: English

Keywords: private detective Sweden cheating

Word Count: 26500

Sales info:

author ranking ca. 25000

#1974 in International Mystery & Crime (Books)
#1360 in International Mystery & Crime (Kindle Store)
#5443 in Women Sleuths (Kindle Store)

Sample text:

“I will not calm down! I want to know where you went with my car. Damn it!” Her dark eyes flashed at Elin.

“Fine, no problem. I’ll tell you. Come on, let’s sit down.” Elin stepped toward Maja and tried to take her in her arms, but Maja pushed her away.

“What? I haven’t done anything to you. Whatever it is, I didn’t do it intentionally. What’s going on with the car? Is something broken?” Elin looked at her, distraught. She had never seen Maja like this before. Usually, it was Maja who had to calm Elin, not the other way around. “Come on, let me hold you in my arms. I love you.”

The corner of Maja’s mouth twitched briefly into an unsuccessful smile. She dug around in her pants pocket, produced a tissue, and blew her nose. Then she wiped her eyes with the back of her hand. Luckily, she wasn’t wearing any makeup, or she would have looked even worse.

“I was attacked,” she finally gasped.

“What? Are you hurt?” Elin couldn’t believe it. Maja was extremely well trained—she could perform any self-defense move in her sleep. And what did this have to do with the car?

“No. They only threatened me.”

“That’s lucky.” Elin breathed a sigh of relief. At least, Maja was unharmed. “But who threatened you? Now please! Tell me the whole story from the beginning.” Elin gave her a penetrating look. “All right, Maja?”

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