Review published on December 28, 2017.
This detective thriller takes place in Iceland and involves an investigation by Ari Thor, the main detective, and his ex-boss in northern Iceland, where three women from the same family have died in a similar fashion in a lonely spot. We also learn more about Ari Thor as his girlfriend is heavily pregnant.
The whole thing is engaging and well-written as the characters are developed and fleshed out. I enjoyed this and ploughed through it quite quickly, which is always a good sign. It’s the third of these novels by Jonasson that I’ve read and I preferred it to Blackout and Rupture.
Paul Allard 4/3
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