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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge gRe Io on GR has some anomalies with the image of this book Selecting the English title ives you an English cover which then shows up in my books with a Danish cover Ah well so be itMy friend Jeffrey and I have had a few discussions about what images to include in a review whether or not this can take away from a novel by supplanting the reader s imagination with a picture placed in a review for example a reader might have an image of what Walt Longmire looks like carefully crafted from the reader s imagination but when a reviewer posts a picture of the actor from the AE series suddenly that image supplants the image we might have carried throughout the series Same oes for oogling for images of what the reviewer thought a setting looked like and posting it in the review This is not to say images ought not to be included but caution should be taken if not respect for the reader s own imagination when doing soWhat was the result of this dialogue Well Jeffrey still populates his reviews with images and they re still some of the best reviews out there But it was a fun dialogue And I know that as he writes reviews way in the back of his mind he remembers our dialogue and approaches images with a tiny bit caution Right Jeffrey HahaWhy do I mention this In the enre which I read it is all about the story the mystery not just who did itbut also the why do it the latter being focal to the Nordic thrillers of which this book is an example The particular enre here is Nordic Noiror perhaps you might refer to it as Scandinavian NoirSo I had a uestion Does the enjoyment of reading a novel in this enre increase if initial research into the Gandhi Churchill: The Epic Rivalry that Destroyed an Empire and Forged Our Age genre Nordic Noir the setting andor author takes place prior to the actual reading of it And is this relevant to American readers who may not be aware of the underpinnings of what foreign mystery writers choose as their crime and subjectRemaining relatively ignorant on this subject through my readings of Nesbo the earlier installments of Adler Olson Larsson etc I decided to do a little digging here That led me all over the Bing and Google landscape the crumbs of which I m too lazy to repeat hereBut the answer is yes doing so informs the reader andives Les Innocents greater delight when that knowledge is acknowledged by the author through snippets of writing For example why is Nazism relevant to the plot structure found in Scandinavian Noir even now in the 21st century How did Denmark and Sweden known as neutral peaceful countries during times of war lose their innocence How did a murder to this day unresolved cause Sweden to lose that innocenceWhy do most such books snub their noses at bureaucracies andovernmental edicts Why is birth motherhood and abortion viewed differently between say Sweden and Iceland He removed the child from his wife s I Was A Stranger gaze and left her sitting alone with the slats of pale light the Venetian blinds laid across her face Without the child she would beoing nowhere He knew thatWhat is the relationship of religion to the highly secular society found in Scandinavia What is the relationship between God and the State How do religion and overnment differ in their views towards population control Their voices would overflow with the ift of tongues they would pray for all the Unborn Children Embrace Each Other children embrace each other and *recall the sensuality with which the Mother of God had abandoned herself to the LordAnd how *the sensuality with which the Mother of God had abandoned herself to the LordAnd how these notions relate to crimes being committed in Nordic fiction What emotions The Lives of Stay-at-Home Fathers: Masculinity, Carework and Fatherhood in the United States guide the Nordic writer Guilt Anger Depression Knowing a bit about such things from a Scandinavian perspective to be sure increases the pleasure at reading one of these novels At least for me it doesAs to A Conspiracy of Faith Here Adler Olson explores religion in a secular society The character of Carl M rck really takes hold of the reader s imagination a somber man undeniably lazy acerbic and funny at the same time coming suddenly alive when his interest is captured which admittedly is not often In one scene Carl is engaged in battle with an alpha fly which has been buzzing around his office for uite some time disrupting Carl s naps flies are a freuent occurrence with Carl Why did the author choose this mechanism to reveal Carl s character But never mind that After an unsuccessful kill attempt with a bottle of White Out He looked up and again caught alimpse of his alpha fly spotted with correction fluid The bloody thing was everywhereCarl finally corners the thing in a small office where a deft snap of his secretary s finger finds Carl s nemesis launched into a cup of coffee he watched the fly doing the backstroke in caffeine purgatoryWho said Nordic writers do not have a sense of humor It was probably me Ha ha This book is full of them despite the macabre crimes that lead the reader by the nose to the finaleAssad Rose and Yrsa a new comer form the trinity that surround Carl And still as with previous books his colleagues remain shrouded in mystery Who is Assad really Where does he live Who was the middle eastern man with whom he was skyping And what about Rose Who is she really You re in for a bit of a shock on that one The plot is superb point of view expertly handled as we move into the minds of the various players in this excellent novelEnjoy Series ReviewJussi Adler Olsen was born in Copenhagen Denmark in 1950 Known for his 3 stand alones The alphabet House The Company Basher and Washington Decree and the famous Department novels his popularity in Denmark has finally migrated over to the US

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Department novels set in Denmark and reveal the writings of an author intensely interested in criticizing politics while simultaenously being agnostic to parties in eneral Not that this is any reat revelation as for the most part politics is the mainstay of most European dinner table conversations On this topic of politics the author says If you with that ask me whether I m critical of the political system then yes If you ask me whether I have a tendency to defend party political opinions then no My agenda political wise is firstly to criticize regardless of what is to criticize and no matter what the basis of view is and secondly to appeal to the po. L be aliveCarl’s investigation will force him to cross paths with a woman stuck in a desperate marriage her husband refuses to tell her where he oes what he does how long he will be away For days on end she waits and when he returns she must endure his wants his moods his threats But eno. .
This is a terrific mystery series Well worth the time The police character studies are what make the books The day to day work life of Carl Asaad and Rose are hystericalThe first of the series is still my favorite 3 12 stars rounded up to 4Another solid entry in a series whose recurring characters are just as interesting and unusual as the storylinesThis book had one of the most diabolical and clever villains that I ve ever come across in a realistic setting Meaning the crimes he committed are things that could actually happen This wasn t a superhuman that did fantastical thingswhich made him all the chilling because of what he was capable of and how he carried out his atrocities Cold calculating and clever for sureThe only reason I knocked a half star off of my rating is that this was yet another book that suffered from being about 100 pages too long There were several passages I felt should have been tighter or eliminated as it caused my attention to waiver The book lost some suspense because of thisHowever I still definitely recommend this series I found each book I ve read so far just a little difficult to et into initially but I was soon drawn into the story and engrossed in the unfolding events Well worth the read Carl Morck head of Department is back at the closed files again Along with his eccentric sidekick Assad and his eccentric secretary Rose they try to solve the crime of a serial killer who targets children who come from families of unusual and small religious sects The killer tells the parents that he wants one million kroner in ransom and if the police are called or anyone is told of the crime the other children in the family will be killedThe characterizations in Adler Olsen s book is wonderful We have Rose who has a twin sister Yrsa When Rose doesn t come to work Yrsa takes her place dragging a shopping cart behind her However we come to find out that Rose and Yrsa are one in the same Does Rose have multiple personality disorder Carl Morck likes to sleep at his desk and is so politically incorrect that he has been banned to the basement of police headuarters and 1,000 Awesome Writing Prompts given old but unsolved crimes to investigate Assad has a bundle of tricks up his sleeve but no one knows the truth of where he lives or anything personal about him except that he is Muslim and makes delicious tea and snacksThe crime in this book starts with a bottle thrown in the ocean that is caught in a fisherman s net and turned into the police It is sealed with tar and has an almost illegible note in it It was written in 1996 so it is 16 years old Together Assad and Rose figure out most of the message and this leads to the start of an investigation of a serial killerThe killer uses many false names and addresses and has been on the loose for way over two decades He has an MO of joining a small and obscure religious sectetting to know the members and then choosing a family that has multiple children so that he can kidnap two and there will be remaining He always kills one of the children and returns the other as a reminder of what will happen again if the family speaks to anyone of the crimeCarl and Assad are also investigating crimes of arson in which pinkie rings are taken off of the victims that are burned up or else the *Pinkie Is Cut Off CompletelyMany Of The *is cut off completelyMany of the characters from the first Adler Olsen book translated into English are back again Vigga Carl s ex wife is driving him crazy His step son living with Carl is Moonrise (Snowfall, given the task of finding her a boyfriend so that she does not bother Carl Carl s ex partner who was shot in the spine and is now a uadriplegic now lives with Carl and Carl s friend Morten who also shares the house cares for him and does the cooking The household is a circus but a wonderful oneI loved this book It was areat page turner a wonderful mystery and thriller and I devoured it in two settings The novel is told from the perspectives of Carl and the killer I read this on kindle and had no idea it was 500 pages long until I saw the stats when I came to write the review I can assure you those 500 pages flew by so fast and I enjoyed every moment of themThis is proving to be such a ood series I like that Carl the main character has low points like all fictional detectives but he also has highs like normal people He works hard at solving his cases despite the erratic assistance of Assad and Rose So there is ood solid police work and there is humour in the relationships between the characters which keeps things lightThere is also a lot of tension especially towards the end when events build up to a reat climax This author always manages to leave the reader on a high with a really successful and exciting conclusion Love it and am looking forward to book 4 This felt like hard workMaybe I m missing something The book is over 600 pages long I don t mind long books howeverThe actual crime part is probably half of that The rest seems to be utter nonsense about the various individuals employed by the police and those involved in Carl s life These digressions into his personal life seem to have no point and certainly little or no relevance to the story overallI don t know if the Danish are racist as a nation however this author certainly portrays them as suchI really liked the first book by
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author but been slightly underwhelmed by the second two stories in this series I like this series better with each book as you et to know the characters Assad and Rose are a hoot And what I really liked about this book is Jussi Adler Olsen A Little Dinner Before the Play gives women POWER B 77% Good Notes A clever enough crime though a book of this length needs livelier less trivial subplots to tent pole its saggy middle Book ReviewOk if you re looking for the 4th in this seriesyou ll have to wait until end December of this year And if you re totally confused as to the actual title of the 4th look for The Purity of Vengeance And if you re looking for a terrible siteo to Penguincom where a search for their own author turns upnothingThe 3rd in the Department series does not disappoint In fact each installment in this series ets better and better and I ve upped the star rating for this one as a resultBefo. Detective Carl Mørck holds in his hands a bottle that contains old and decayed message written in blood It is a cry for help from two young brothers tied and bound in a boathouse by the sea Could it be real Who are these boys and why weren’t they reported missing Could they possibly stil. ,
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Liticians in power that they should understand that they are our servants and not our masters and that they first and foremost on their fields of activity should learn to acknowledge mistakes and to evaluate their own actionsThrough his protagonist Carl M rck a lone detective absconded to the basement of police headuarters heading a cold case department of one and for all the world a detective ostracized for his unsociable and arrogant manner we bump head on into the political machinations of Denmark s finest if not the corruption of a overnment beyond Not that corruption threatens to take over the story The author is careful about that It s all about having and keeping empathy If you have this ability in your writings it will never be the corruption in itself that is the story s starting point but the people and the relations that the corruption affects It is as simple as that If you want to be a writer you have to learn to turn everything upside downBorn a son to a father with a psychiatric degree and living on the premises of such mental institutions a portion of his life Jussi Adler Olsen has developed a keen insight into a human s boundlessness self centeredness if not the degree to which human beings can succumb to a lack of affection If it wasn t for these issues there wouldn t be any thriller novels in the world And the conseuences of these character flaws Yuganta, The End Of An Epoch give me a lot to work with Revenge strive for justice and insanityAs with most Nordic thrillers Jo Nesbo Henning Mankell Larson etc there s a certain ennui that pervades the populace Perhaps that is due to the uniue form of Scandinavian democracy that today seems to be under siege bylobalistic tendencies a slight leaning to the right that highly values the individual instead of the public society so prominent in Scandinavian countries As with these other thriller writers we view a somber if not morose societypractical but not affluent in that affection mentioned by the author We have had a very negative and sad period but the right to criticize and reject bad ideas in their unblemished form still holds And there is no other place on earth in my opinion that uses this right as freuently and thoughtfully which I m proud ofBut what is it about novels that is captivating readers across the Once a Wicked Lady: A Biography of Margaret Lockwood globe I can only speak for myself As always translations must be kept in mind and my hat s off to those who attempt to translate a foreign language into English It is an art in and of itself Especially when one considers that it is possible to have thoughts in one language that are not possible in another Being bilingual myself I still wrestle with certain idioms not available to me when communicating in English In this sense Lisa Hartford does an excellent job in her translation from Danish to English Indeed in terms of immediate and enduring attentionrabbing Adler Olsen is in the Chandler classAs with most European and Scandinavian mysterycrime novels the causation behind the crime is usually a simple event rationalized by an unhealthy mind I love this about Nordic thrillershow we are brought to fully understand motivation as part of the unravelling of a mystery You could say that this is exactly what is wrong with Hollywood where everything is sensationalized instead of sprung forth out of ordinary lifeJunior Detective Superintendent Carl M rck has a brilliant mind and as is usually the case brilliance inspires envy and envy destroys achievements The way *Jussi Adler Olsen portrays this within the Danish police force cannot be dismissed Ever critical he has created *Adler Olsen portrays this within the Danish police force cannot be dismissed Ever critical he has created character both perfectly ordinary as well as constantly critical of everything set before him There is a uiet humor behind the man who has no ualms about doing nothing but placing his feet on his desk and complain that he is too busyuntil of course he becomes interested at which point he becomes a Danish bloodhoundThe plots are exuisite driven not by the unveiling of a carefully kept ending held close to the chest by the author I ve read reviews where some partially dismiss this author for uessing the who dun it half way through but rather by the unveiling of the true motivation behind the crime which ives the reader an entirely different satisfaction Cold cases are gives the reader an entirely different satisfaction Cold cases are and most of them are not solved But as Adler Olson says It s all about having and keeping empathyThis review will be the same for all Department novelsso if you ve read this one you ve read em all Updates will be included in subseuent novels in this series if warrantedEnjoy Wonderful mysteryCarl Morck of Department is once again iven a cold case to research and this one is tantalizing from the start Based on a note in a bottle found in the waters off Scotland then traced to events in Denmark it s a chilling story of a serial killer kidnapper who targets the families belonging to reclusive religious sects He kidnaps two children demands a ransom then kills one of the children to maintain the silence of the family Fantastic premise the story is high tension throughout and tempered only by the fact that Carl s two Assistants The Weird Rose And Her Sister the weird Rose and her sister who replaces Rose briefly and Assad the Syrian allow for some comic breathing space Though both will earn their badges for bravery in this bookThe characters in this series are so well written so devoid of the usual stereotypes that reading Adler Olsen is a true delight And other than the fact that I was on edge the whole time reading it and needed breaks myself as I don t usually like criminal stories with children in peril this was a reat readLooking forward to the next by Adler Olsen What a Future Focus great combination of action suspense and humor Jussi Adler Olsen is a master in the art of writing police novels This book is even better than The Keeper of Lost Causes An old message in a bottle puts Department in full swing While Carl Morck has to deal with personal issues ex wife friends and his dream woman Mona his work at the officeets kind a complicated Assad and a new assistant are overly eager to solve the case and health inspectors are threatening to close his downstairs officesStart reading on a Friday evening you can t put this one down. Ugh is enough She will find out the truth no matter the cost to her husband or to herselfCarl and his colleagues Assad and Rose must use all of their resources to uncover the horrifying truth in this heart pounding Nordic thriller from the #1 international bestselling author Jussi Adler Ols. ,


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