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Still, he's good at building tension and atmosphere.
This was the first of the "series" I read, and I might give another one of the Winter novels a try, but only if I find it on a library cart or at a yard sale...
She clearly does not understand the precept that, as Horace put it: "A true translator should take care not to translate word for word."
Think of this novel as a beautiful cozy evening, you are curled up in your favorite chair with a book and a cup of tea, everything is very peaceful and you can totally relax. Read morePublished 1 month ago by vera kolpakova
I was conflicted about a 4 or 5 star rating, but I felt that the reader knew too soon who the villain in the book was,and the only mystery was the unbelievably complex... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeremy Rich
Edwardson starts off slow but steady. The characters, setting and plot are developing and then, wham, it all starts to flow swiftly into a brilliant story with a terrific ending.Published 13 months ago by Catherine Baldwin
According to my taking advantage of my gift certificate I ordered the book a long time ago and never received it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Monika Sperling
Yet another Scandinavian policeman, and this one is operating out of Gothenburg. He faces the same sort of baffling crimes that so often appear, replete with psychological... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Anne Mills
I started reading Swedish Mysteries after stumbling on to the Stieg Larsson Millenium Trilogy and bemused by the atmospherics but mainly I became what can only be called a... Read morePublished 15 months ago by turtle
I am enjoying the Detective Winter style of crime solving and his personal life is also interesting.
Other detectives in the series also keep me interested.
Sizzling tension throughout three hundred plus pages. Just could not put it down. Great character in Erik Winter and his team.Published 22 months ago by Darla Mallory
Frozen Tracks - Enjoyed the book, it was from a different perspective - it was suspenseful. Would read more by this author.Published on January 30, 2013 by Barbara Tomeck