About the book
On an island, in the outskirts of the archipelago of Bohuslän on the Swedish west coast, a group of strangers gather at a retreat, in hopes of changing their lives for the better. The charismatic leader promises cleansing from shame and guilt. But it comes at a price. When life on the barren island takes a nightmarish turn, it becomes impossible to tell who is friend and who is foe.
In another part of the archipelago, journalist Jennifer Sundin is battling her demons. When a young woman is found dead in the water, she is drawn into the case. After another victim is found left for dead, lashed in shallow water with cuts all over his body, Jennifer teams up with photographer Petter and police officer Strömberg. They realize that they are hunting a killer with a taste for the cruel and spectacular – always with a connection to the sea.
In The Sea Tomb, the third book in the popular series about Jennifer Sundin, Jeanette Bergenstav deftly combines psychological depth with nail-biting suspense.