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Bramhall, Mark

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Works: 5 works in 26 publications in 1 language and 2,158 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Detective and mystery stories  Suspense fiction 
Roles: Narrator
Classifications: PT9877.21.E65, 833.92
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Publications about Mark Bramhall
Publications by Mark Bramhall
Most widely held works by Mark Bramhall
The hypnotist [a novel] by Lars Kepler( Sound Recording )
13 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 984 libraries worldwide
Tumba, Sweden. A triple homicide--all the victims from the same family--captivates Detective Joona Linna. It appears the elder sister escaped the carnage, but it seems only a matter of time until she too is murdered. The only surviving witness is the boy whose family was slaughtered. He has suffered over one hundred knife wounds and lapsed into shock. Desperate for information, Linna sees one mode of recourse: hypnotism. He enlists Dr. Erik Maria Bark to mesmerize the boy, unleashing a long and terrifying chain of events
The nightmare a novel by Lars Kepler( Sound Recording )
4 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 681 libraries worldwide
On an abandoned boat, a body's lungs are filled with water, and the forensics team is sure that she drowned. But why is the boat still afloat, and why are there no traces of water on her clothes or body? The next day, a man turns up dead in his apartment, hanging from the ceiling. All signs point to suicide, but there's no furniture around to reach the high ceiling. Joona Linna begins to piece together the two mysteries, but the logistics are a mere prelude to a dangerous course of events
The fire witness by Lars Kepler( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 437 libraries worldwide
Flora Hansen calls herself a medium and makes a living by pretending to commune with the dead. But after a gruesome murder at a rural home for wayward girls, Hansen begins to suffer visions that are all too real. She calls the police claiming to have seen a ghost, but only one detective puts aside his skepticism long enough to listen: Joona Linna. Linna has spent more time at the scene of the crime than any other detective would. The case seems obvious on the face of it: One of the girls at the home escaped in the middle of the night, leaving behind a bloody bed with a hammer under the pillow. But why does Hansen insist that the murder instrument was a stone, not a hammer? And what's the story behind the dark-red grain of sand, almost like a splinter from a ruby, stuck beneath the dead girl's fingernail? As Linna refuses to accept the easy answers, his search leads him into darker, more violent territory and, finally, to a shocking confrontation with a figure from his past
In free fall by Juli Zeh( file )
3 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 55 libraries worldwide
Against the backdrop of Germany and Switzerland, two physicists begin a dangerous dance of distrust. Friends since their university days, when they were aspiring Nobel Prize candidates, they now interact in an atmosphere of tension, stoked by Oskar's belief that Sebastian fell into mediocrity by having a family. When Sebastian's son, Liam, is apparently kidnapped, their fragile friendship is further tested. Entrusted with uncovering the truth, Detective Superintendent Schilf discerns a web of blackmail, while at the same time the reality of his personal life falls into doubt--BOT website
The fire witness by Lars Kepler( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Flora Hansen calls herself a medium and makes a living by pretending to commune with the dead. But after a gruesome murder at a rural home for wayward girls, Hansen begins to suffer visions that are all too real. She calls the police claiming to have seen a ghost, but only one detective puts aside his skepticism long enough to listen: Joona Linna. Linna has spent more time at the scene of the crime than any other detective would. The case seems obvious on the face of it: One of the girls at the home escaped in the middle of the night, leaving behind a bloody bed with a hammer under the pillow. But why does Hansen insist that the murder instrument was a stone, not a hammer? And what's the story behind the dark-red grain of sand, almost like a splinter from a ruby, stuck beneath the dead girl's fingernail? As Linna refuses to accept the easy answers, his search leads him into darker, more violent territory and, finally, to a shocking confrontation with a figure from his past
 
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