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Sunday Sport: This one’s so taut you might snap.”

Sunday Sport, UKRoslund & Hellström’s Three Minutes is reviewed in Sunday Sport:

“You’re going to need to be alert to keep tabs on the goodies and baddies in this crimer, the Swedish writers’ sequel to the excellent Three Seconds … Tension? This one’s so taut you might snap.”

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Bookreporter: “If ‘Three Minutes’ is your first exposure to this writing duo, you are in for a ride you will never forget. If you have been following them from the beginning of their collaborations, you have yet another terrific reading experience to look forward to.”

Three Minutes, UKRoslund & Hellström’s Three Minutes is reviewed in Bookreporter:

” … there is a special place in my literary mind and fanboy heart for the works of Anders Roslund and Borge Hellström … It is a sequel to their gripping THREE SECONDS, though it is not necessary to have read that worthy book in order to fully enjoy each and every word of this one … Roslund and Hellström employ the simple to conceive yet difficult to execute stylistic methods of keeping the narrative flowing and thus the reader reading: (relatively) short chapters, shifts in perspective, and sharply delineated characterization, with a plot clock or two ticking loudly in the background from page to page … an ending that is even more unpredictable than the journey that takes the reader to it … If THREE MINUTES is your first exposure to this writing duo, you are in for a ride you will never forget. If you have been following them from the beginning of their collaborations, you have yet another terrific reading experience to look forward to.”

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New York Journal Of Books: “A graphic portrayal of a dirty, ugly slice of life!

Three Minutes, UKRoslund & Hellström’s Three Minutes is reviewed by New York Journal Of Books:

“ … a graphic portrayal of a dirty, ugly slice of life . . . Recommended for anyone seeking to know more about the drug cartels that threaten society … 432 pages of narrative that goes beyond gritty, all the way to stomach turning in … action and suspense become almost unbearable … so shocking as to be almost unbelievable … Roslund and Hellström demonstrate considerable skill in creating such realistic and believable characters.”

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