Mari Jungstedt (born in 1962) is a journalist and writer. She has previously worked at the Swedish national radio and the national television, mainly with different news programs. She has also occasionally worked as a presenter at Swedish TV4’s daily talk show. Today she is a full-time writer.
Her debut novel “Unseen” was published in 2003 and is the first in her series that takes place in Gotland, an island off Sweden’s eastern coast. The main characters in the books are Detective Superintendent Anders Knutas and the journalist Johan Berg. So far, ten books have been published in the series.
Her books has been translated to more than fifteen languages and two of her books ( “Unseen” and “Unspoken”) have been adapted into a TV-series by a German production company.
It is early summer on the island of Gotland and the tourist season is about to begin. But when several young women are found murdered one by one, panic starts to arise.
December is approaching and the snow is falling over Gotland. A fourteen year old girl disappears without a trace and Anders Knutas and his team are struggling to find her before it is too late.