This is book 4 in the Dark Iceland series and thing are getting very dark indeed. At outbreak of a deadly virus is brought to the remote village putting them in a state of quarantine and panic, a child is abducted right from his pram at a cafe, a young man is ran down in the street, and Ari Thór is reopening an old case of a woman’s death on an isolated fjord. The quarantine impede’s Ari Thór’s investigation and he elicits the help of Ísrún, the journalist, for some legwork as she is free to move about. Very atmospheric thriller with a tense feeling of claustrophobia and isolation. The connections between the various events are smooth and flow naturally making this a quick paced read that is hard to put down. Another great book in the Dark Iceland series.