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Bad Blood

Thursday 27 March 2014

1 Hour


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Award-winning Swedish crime novelist Arne Dahl introduces Bad Blood, the second book in his series about a team of elite specialists who investigate the dark side of Swedish society. It follows The Blinded Man, and both novels have been adapted for television and have been shown by BBC Four. In Bad Blood, the team receives a call from the FBI to say that a murderer, whose methods resemble those of a serial killer believed dead, is on his way to Sweden.

Dahl, who is travelling over from Sweden, has won several awards for crime fiction including the German Crime Award and the Danish Crime Writing Award. Here he talks to the BBC Radio Oxford broadcaster Bill Heine.