By Anders Sundelin
"Tidningarna döpte dem until eventually Salaligan, själva kallade de sig Den magiska cirkeln. Fem rånmord hann de begå, de sköt, gasade eller brände inne sina supply. I februari 1937 dömdes fyra av dem until livstids straffarbete, ligaledaren Sigvard Thurneman until eventually sluten psykiatrisk vård på livstid.
Pengarna var inte det huvudsakliga motivet för Thurneman. Mördandet var en källa until eventually spänning och njutning. Han påstod sig sakna samvete och vurmade för det ockulta.
I Den magiska cirkeln berättar Anders Sundelin om fem unga män från olika miljöer, med skilda personligheter, som förenas kring dessa bisarra brott. males det är också en spännande tidsskildring, ett reportage om en svensk småstad i snabb förändring vid slutet av 1930-talet, av den första bilburna ligan i Sverige och en fumlig polisutredning."
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