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Murder In Malmö (2013)

by Torquil MacLeod(Favorite Author)
3.63 of 5 Votes: 3
Torquil MacLeod Books
Inspector Anita Sundstrom
review 1: If I have a problem with his books, it is the abrupt ending after the climax of the storyline. The only way to deal with that is to start the next book in the series as they represent chapters in a longer storyline with characters entering and leaving (permanently) while Anita's life in the police and at home struggles between doing the right thing while many around her act less than honourably. DO READ THEM CHRONOLOGICALLY, as the three books do represent a continuous storyline.
review 2: Loved the plot twists and turns and at one point had no idea how all the different crimes were ever going to be wrapped up. I started with this book and not the first 'Meet me in Malmo' so really have a hard time coming to terms on how an experienced detective can be so hung
... more up on a killer. The story reads like a travelogue on southern Sweden and makes me want to travel there (without the murders, of course)! less
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I enjoyed book but I think it suffered from too many characters
Darn these cliffhangers
3.5 stars
Its ok
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