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|Original title||Himlen är en plats på jorden|
|Series||Inspector Erik Winter|
|Genre||crime fiction, mystery|
Published in English
|June 2007 (UK)|
|Media type||Print (Trade Paperback)|
|Pages||464pp (UK edition)|
|Preceded by||Never End|
Frozen Tracks (Himlen är en plats på jorden ) is a 2001 novel by Swedish crime-writer Ake Edwardson, part of his Inspector Erik Winter series. The novel was the third of his books to win the Swedish Crime Academy Prize for Best Crime Novel of the Year, and the first of those books to be translated into English, by Laurie Thompson, in 2007.
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