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“Sjöwall and Wahlöö write unsparingly and unswervingly. . . . Fast moving storytelling. . . . Their plots are second to none.” —Val McDermid, from the introduction "Enormously satisfying. . . . Terse, tense and eminently readable." —Chicago Tribune“Ingenious. . . . Their mysteries don't just read well; they reread even better. . . . The writing is lean, with mournful undertones.”—The New York Times“The husband-wife combination forms a superb story-telling team.”—El Paso Times
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Here is an important biography of an artist who happened to leave his home early and lived with gypsies before and during WW II.
what a story and beautifully written. Read more
This is the second of the murder mysteries from Sweden with main character police official Martin Beck. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Steven Toby
another winner by two of the best Scandinavian Noir/police proceduraul writers in Scandinavia...Published 5 months ago by David Anderson
As I said in an earlier review I'm re-reading the whole series in order. The Man Who Went Up in Smoke
is unusual as much of the investigation takes place off of Beck's... Read more
One of ten book series that is the best series I have read for many a year.Published 9 months ago by john lunn
Although a little dated now, especially in terms of attitudes to smoking, this book is a gem. The mother of good, modern crime writing.Published 11 months ago by Paul Grinyer