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An interesting read, quite different from most of my reads. I enjoyed the historical parts. Very enjoyable even though many of the names and places I couldn't pronounce.Published 22 days ago by Ruth A. Chapman
This was a very high-quality murder mystery. It was full of twists and red herrings. I also enjoyed the chance to learn about life in Iceland and how different it is from here,... Read morePublished 28 days ago by DAVID
This is a well-told mystery centered around a complicated household in Reykjavikwith with deep secrets. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzanne
Great story with a couple of plot surprises. The story spans almost 100 years, nicely weaving in world and Icelandic events. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dixie Dome
Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson is a terrific writer who writes fascinating mysteries. I have now read all three of his mysteries: Daybreak, The Flatey Enigma, and House of Evidence. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robin
The mysteries intertwine and, in the end weave together. The police work finally builds a readable narrative and reaches a conclusion both logical and soundPublished 2 months ago by J. G. Billingsley MD
Family saga about the impact of obsession over two generations. Historical element of the story about Iceland in the early 20th Century.Published 2 months ago by cheryl hjorth