Arnaldur Indridason, whom "The Sunday Times "calls "one of the most brilliant crime writers of his generation," has thrilled readers around the world with his series set in Reykjavik. Now, his beloved protagonist Inspector Erlendur is back "Strange Shores," a thrilling and beautifully-written mystery that begins when a young woman disappears from the frozen fjords of Iceland. In her wake, this woman has left a tempest of lies, betrayal and revenge. Decades later, somewhere in the same wilderness, Detective Erlendur is on the hunt. He is looking for the missing woman but also for his long-lost brother, whose disappearance in a snowstorm when they were children has coloured his entire life. Slowly, the past begins to surrender its secrets. But as Erlendur uncovers a story about the limits of human endurance, he realizes that many people would prefer their crimes to stay buried. Indridason knocks it out of the park once again with this chilling and utterly unputdownable story of missing people and unanswered questions.