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Easy Money

Easy Money by Jens Lapidus
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Nov 13, 2012 | 480 Pages
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“An intelligent and original thriller that displays as much wit as it does muscle . . . Lapidus skillfully weaves together the narratives of characters from every level of the Swedish criminal underworld . . . [He’s] a fantastic writer of action, but he also knows when to leave the guns holstered and build suspense.” —The Daily Beast

“[A] searing debut…This sprawling novel, full of offensive language, exposes moral degradation of every stripe while relentlessly depicting Sweden’s underworld and the reasons it exists and grows.”
Pubishers Weekly (starred review)

“At last: an epic European thriller to rival the Stieg Larsson books. It’s an entirely new criminal world, beautifully rendered—and a wildly thrilling novel.”
—James Ellroy

“Jens Lapidus, with his dazzling book, Easy Money, is the new Swedish thriller writer everyone’s been waiting for.”
—Reggie Nadelson, author of Londongrad
 
“A solid, rich, and witty page-turner about the criminal world of Stockholm, where cocaine is the prime mover . . . Lapidus shows much literary promise—no one else in Sweden does what he does here.”
Sydsvenskan (Sweden)
 
“A raw and rebellious thriller . . . Lapidus’s writing sweeps you along with short, rhythmic sentences that are fast and engaging. [An] utterly captivating read. Sharp and entertaining.”
De Morgan (Denmark)
 
“A cornucopia of sex and violence, hookers and pickpockets in a Stockholm both good and bad . . . A staggering gangster novel.”
Politiken (Denmark)
 
“A terrific book about the underworld of Stockholm . . . An absolute must-read.”
Het Parool (Netherlands)
 
“Without a doubt a debut to take seriously.”
Helsingsborgs Dagblad (Sweden)

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