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    Geiger begins with grandma Agneta Broman waving off her daughters and grandchildren after a family gathering. No sooner are the family out the door, when Agneta receives a telephone call that provokes her to shoot and kill her husband, Stellan and head off into the unknown. How could the word "Geiger" cause an old woman to murder her husband and flee on a pink bicycle, leaving her life behind? In a story with plenty of historical context, the author delivers a compelling crime thriller. Sara Nowack is a forty-four-year-old mother and Swedish police officer in the vice department who is invited onto the Stellan Broman investigation by a colleague, Anna Torhall. She was a childhood friend of the Broman daughters and may have insider information. Sara is also working on a case with police officer David Karlsson involving prostitution. Gustaf Skördeman has included a widely varied mix of characters for the different parts of the story and subplots, but not too many that I lost track of who everyone was. There is a whole range of happenings, accounts and occurrences and one of the themes is particularly distressing to read about. Overall, Geiger is a really intriguing read that I definitely recommend. I read Geiger in staves with other Pigeonholers as part of a group. A special thank you to Bonnier Books/ Zaffre, Gustaf Skördeman, NetGalley and The Pigeonhole for a complimentary copy of this novel at my request. This review is my unbiased opinion.

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