Lapland, 1897. He stared down at the man lying on the reindeer skin, his clerical clothes so stained, the fair hair spread in a parody of a halo, matted curls crawling with lice, arms out-flung like the crucified Messiah. Was this what the girl he loved so passionately had sent him two thousand miles to rescue and bring back to her, a quest with the promise of marriage as his prize? How could this man be anything but a dangerous, even fatal, burden in the desperate struggle to find a way to safety across such a vast, deceptively beautiful wilderness? Set around this epic journey, ‘A pathless Land’ is a compelling love story and a poignant search for personal truth.
Robin Porecky is of Polish origin but was born and brought up in England. For over twenty-five years he has worked in Sweden as a writer and knife-maker. This is his seventh novel, following ‘A Pathless Land', ‘Fool's Island', ‘Come Into My Arms', ‘The Devil's Field', ‘Finished' and ‘RaRa's Last Fan Dance'. It is the fifth and final book in the Magnus Trygg Swedish crime series.
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