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The Dark Heart: A True Story of Greed, Murder, and an Unlikely Investigator

A chilling true crime story of poisonous family secrets, love gone wrong, and a cold case that refused to stay buriedIn late summer of 2012, millionaire landowner Gran Lundblad went missing from his farm in Sweden. When a search yielded nothing, and all physical evidence had seemingly disappeared, authorities had little to go onexcept a disturbing phone call five weeks later from Grans daughter Maria. She was sure that her sister, Sara, was somehow involved. At the heart of the alleged crime: Saras greed, her fathers land holdings, and his bitter feud with Saras idler boyfriend.With no body, there was no crimeand the case went as cold and dark as the forests of southern Sweden. But not for Therese Tang. For two years, this case was her obsession.A hard-working ex-model, mother of three, and Missing People investigator, Therese was willing to put her own safety at risk in order to uncover the truth. What she found was a nest of depraved secrets, lies, and betrayal. All she had to do now...

Title : The Dark Heart: A True Story of Greed, Murder, and an Unlikely Investigator
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ISBN : 9781503904804
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 320 pages
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The Dark Heart: A True Story of Greed, Murder, and an Unlikely Investigator Reviews

  • Marc Mielke

    Excellent book

    This was a medium length book that is very good. This murder is weird and the detection of it is brilliant.

  • Darcia Helle

    I've had some less than enjoyable experiences with translated fiction, and so I hesitated before opting to read this translation of true crime. Aspects of a story and the emotion often get lost in the transition when translating from one language to another. I was pleasantly surprised to find this is an entertaining read that translates well.

    I knew nothing about Goran Lundblad's murder or the surrounding family drama. And a drama this is! I couldn't "like" the victim, a wealthy man who lives lik

  • Dawn


    A riveting true-crime story set in Scandinavia. The real-life process detectives ... and community volunteers ... used to put the pieces together is highlighted, not the gore. Well-written. All questions answered. Loose ends tied up. All in all, a great read!

  • Lynda Kelly

    This was my Kindle First choice for October and I could've picked 3 this month but since true crime is my real "bag" I opted for this and I'm so pleased I did. I really enjoyed it, a fascinating look into how the Swedes investigate a murder (or not) !! I was shocked at one case being referred to as a suicide when the victim was located in his car boot !!

    I also found it pretty staggering that they appeared to be only capable of investigating one murder case at a time and all others got left by t

  • Beverly

    a very dry...sort of whodunit even tho we KNOW whodunit...maybe an insight into "whydunnit" ....sorry didn't really happen. Unless you are a hardcore true crime unkie I would not recommend.

  • Valerity (Val)

    The Dark Heart: A True Story of Greed, Murder, and an Unlikely Investigator

    This is the story of a missing Swedish millionaire, Goran Lundblad who has a couple of farms and other properties. Before he went missing, he’s been trying to convince his daughter Sara, who lived and worked with him, to get rid of a boyfriend she’d acquired that has become a bone of contention between them. Finally, Therese Tang gets involved, a mother of 3, former model and security guard, who is an investigator for a m

  • Pam Lorentz


    Perhaps due to this being translated to English, or possibly just writing style, it wasn’t always the easiest story to follow with regard to characters and sequencing. But that said I enjoyed the story overall.

  • Judith Golderer

    Didn’t finish - didn’t care for author’s writing style at all.