Jenny Rogneby was born in Ethiopia 1974, but was given away for adoption when she was one years old. Growing up in a small town called Boden in Sweden, her environment was quite different from that of most African children. Driven by an interest in human behaviour and how it’s affected by society, Jenny pursued a career in Criminology, and worked for 7 years as a Criminal Investigator at Stockholm City Police Department. She’s now a best-selling crime author - her series LEONA has been released in 14 countries, and the film rights have been sold to Hollywood. The fifth book in the series will be released in September 2020.
It’s the week before Easter in 1971, and at the local power plant in rural Lapland, the workers are heading out for the morning shift. But something’s different - a safe has been robbed, and no one knows how. In Vietas, award-winning crime author Jenny Rogneby explores the case of the missing money, why it was so badly handled and why, to this day, it remains unsolved.
This three-part true crime series is different: it features waterfalls and reindeers, but no murders. It a tale of a crime executed in a spectacularly specific way, but also of a small Swedish town in the middle of nowhere, where everybody and nobody is a suspect.
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