Sebastian Bergman is nothing to be jealous of: his personal life has reached a low point, the unrelenting sun is blazing outside, and the uncharacteristic heat wave is also accompanied by a wave of murders of women throughout the city of Stockholm. The National Homicide Investigation Unit has reached a dead end: all signs point to the involvement of serial killer Edward Hinde, but Sebastian Bergman, the brilliant profiler, already sent him to prison over a decade ago. How do the clues relate to the contemporary murders, are these murders connected to Bergman, and what about all this and the surprising discovery that the investigator Vania Leitner is none other than his daughter? When Bergman tries to infiltrate the investigation team, it becomes clear to him that the murders have more to do with him than hair. And as he digs deeper and investigates, he discovers that none of those around him are safe, especially not Vania. The Man Who Watched Women is the second novel in Sebastian Bergman's plot series and a sequel to Dark Secrets. The book's translation rights have been sold in thirty-four countries, and it is being adapted into a successful television series.