Chief Inspector Erik Winter by Ake Edwardson
Chief Inspector Erik Winter is the protagonist in a series of Scandinavian crime fiction novels by Swedish author Ake Edwardson. The series is set in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The first Inspector Winter novel by Ake Edwardson to be published in English was the 2005 novel Sun and Shadow. In Swedish, the first novel to be published was Dans med en ängel (Death Angels). The series is currently ongoing. Below is a list of Ake Edwardson’s Chief Inspector Erik Winter books in order of when they were first published in English:

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Chief Inspector Erik Winter Synopses: In Sun and Shadow (book 1 of Ake Edwardson’s Inspector Winter series), we meet Erik Winter – the youngest chief inspector in the country. He dresses nice, eats the best meals, loves jazz and is an expecting father. Erik is also prone to mood swings and uses his intuition to solve his cases.

Never End is the second Inspector Winter novel from Ake Edwardson. Gothenburg has been hit with a heat wave and Erik Winter is looking into a string of rape-murders. He sees similarities between it and a cold case that he has never forgotten about. Is he being taunted by the killer or is this a copycat? What do all of these victims have in common?

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2 Responses to “Order of Chief Inspector Erik Winter Books”

  1. Allan: 9 years ago

    I dont agree,I detest Henning Mankells Wallander and all that gloom which perpetuates a totally misleading impression of Sweden and the Swedes but I really love Åke Edwardsons Chief Inspector Winter,however,you have been warned, DONT WHATEVER YOU DO let the Brits get hold of them. They cant even pronounce Wallander properly let alone anything else such as place names


    • Pete Evans: 9 years ago

      Well of course not you idiot it’s a foreign and utterly ridiculous language


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