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September 1, 2015



Shortly after a crowded New York-bound flight takes off from Stockholm, a bomb threat is found on board. Anonymous hijackers demand that the Swedish government revoke its decision to deport a Moroccan man. If their demands are not met, the plane will explode if it attempts to land.  
Fredika Bergman, familiar with the deportation case through her work in the Justice Department, returns to the police force to act as a liaison between Police Superintendent Alex Recht, and the abrasive Eden Lundell, agent with the Security Service’s counter-terrorism unit. But they soon realize that the plot behind the hijacking is far more complex than anyone initially thought.
And as the hours pass, the team are running out of options, and the plane is running out of fuel.
Hostage is a work of fiction. The story bears no resemblance to actual circumstances. The author Kristina Ohlsson writes fiction novels to entertain readers. On Flight 537 with four hundred passengers takes off from Stockholm, thirty feet up heading towards New York has a bomb threat on board. To add to matters the plane is running out fuel. Police cars and other emergency vehicles are lined up next to one of the runways. A whole fleet of ambulances and fire engines. No one knows how this drama will end.



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