Pulse

Don’t trust anyone. Don’t panic. A suspenseful mystery set in the darkness of Lapland. For the fans of Liane Moriarty, Paula Hawkins and A.J.Finn.

New layers are added to the relationship between passionate world-improver Leia and hacker Timo, when Leia is left alone as a hostage in a cottage in the middle of winter. Has the man gone mad or are they both in danger? The idyllic Northern Lights dance in the sky outside, but inside the cabin things are getting more dangerous. The Hitchcockian suspense deepens, when the AI in the cottage suddenly starts to talk to Leia. But the biggest surprise is yet to come….

A standalone sequel to the award-winning Rear Window and Siren.

 

Siren

Imagine the most luxurious cruise. Then, imagine the most destructive explosive.

A substance, a detonator, a spark. Imagine the damage they can do. Then, imagine a hand that ignites the spark with the press of a button, trigger, or click of a mouse. Boom.

Look at the hand. It’s yours.

Security at the port of Barcelona is already tight when Leia Laine and her sister embark on a luxury cruise of the Mediterranean aboard the Siren a new, luxury cruise ship. Their holiday becomes increasingly overshadowed by strange coincidences and a growing sense of unease in Leia as she begins to suspect that all is not well aboard the luxury liner with its thousands of passengers. Soon, the relaxing holiday onboard the vessel turns into a living nightmare as Leia witnesses firsthand the injustices of global inequality, a terror threat, and the face of a ghost from her past.

Meanwhile, aboard a much smaller boat making a perilous journey across the same seas as Leia and her fellow passengers, eleven-year-old Amira and her parents find that every last ounce of their courage and endurance will be put to the test as their fate on their rickety boat becomes intertwined with those of the passengers on the Siren.


Rights sold:
FINLAND, Tammi (Orig. publisher)
GERMANY, DTV

Nostalgia

A satire about working life, media, and the price of success. A novel about a workweek that’s completely normal – in other words, utter hell.

On Monday morning, freelance journalist Anni Syysaho signs a contract she can’t refuse. Late Tuesday night her door- bell rings; it’s the courier delivering the background material for the piece – Reorganization Consultant Maaria Riento packed in five plastic boxes. A professional crisis and deadlines loom simultaneously, her husband is threatened with being laid off, and the text disappears from a can of Lidl lasagna. The week’s not even halfway over yet; maybe Anni has time to find another job?

How did this happen to us? Whatever happened to our ideals, to all sense of meaning? When did the other party at the glossy conference table, an old collegemate, turn into a highly efficient talking robot? How crazy can the working world get? Pauliina Susi’s tragicomic satire about work, 21st-century media, and the price of success would make us cry if it didn’t make us laugh so hard.

Rear Window

The system has detected an intruder.

“It came to her again – the feeling that someone was watching. That someone at this very moment was quietly observing her from the dark, with sinister intentions.

Leia had heard of what could happen. And now it was happening to her.”

Hate speech. Sex trade. Racism. Single mom Leia Laine becomes entangled in much more than she bargained for when she takes on a project whose aim is to provide support to men who frequent prostitutes. It feels as if half of Finland becomes furious at her.

Among Leia’s new enemies are the new, sharp-tongued Justice Minister whose career is in danger thanks to some unseemly interactions online, and an online troll whose greatest thrill is in crossing virtual boundaries.


RIGHTS SOLD:

Original publisher: FINLAND, Tammi
CZECH, Knizni Klub/Euromedia
GERMANY, dtv


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