[PDF] Flaggermusmannen ☆ Jo Nesbø

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READ & DOWNLOAD Flaggermusmannen CHARACTERS Ý PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Jo Nesbø Jo Nesbø ✓ 0 FREE DOWNLOAD The pattern points toward a psychopath working his way across the country As they circle closer and closer to the killer Harry begins to fear that no one is safe least of all those investigating the caseBONUS MATERIAL This ebook edition includes an excerpt from Jo Nesbø's  Police. A very different experience this one was for me Harry Hoo ley is an experienced detective with a story of his own to tell bought out to Sydney Australia to assist Australian Police in a murder of a Norwegian woman The poor man is called Harry Holy by everyone he s given up on correcting people An interesting one here as this is a Norwegian writer delving strongly into Aboriginal culture and even re telling some dream time stories I am not at all good at concentrating at the best of times so I really do feel this was my undoing I did not feel a connection with Harry and although the narrator did uite an outstanding job of flicking between malefemaledrag ueen and AusAboriginalNorwegian accents it did come across a little okka I think this author is worth investigating but possibly not on audio at least for me The Australian imagery was great I think Jo Nesbo creates a lovely scene As for the rest of the series being for me Not sure

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READ & DOWNLOAD Flaggermusmannen CHARACTERS Ý PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Jo Nesbø Jo Nesbø ✓ 0 FREE DOWNLOAD The electrifying first appearance of Jo Nesbø’s detective Harry Hole Inspector Harry Hole of the Oslo Crime Suad is dispatched to Sydney to observe a murder case  Harry is free to offer assistance but he has firm instructions to stay out of trouble The victim is a twenty three ye. I know that the first two Harry Hole books are generally the least popular of the series but I couldn t be persuaded to jump in at book three and altered my expectations accordingly While I m sure it has something to do with the fact that I ve not experienced this character or series before I actually loved THE BAT Perhaps it was having the opportunity to learn Hole s backstory and read the books in their intended order or maybe simply the fact that I don t know any differently but I was in the mood for a slow burning police procedural and that s exactly what I gotThe overall feel of the story reminded me a bit of Ragnar Jonasson s Dark Iceland series except the setting was drastically warmer I really appreciated the severely flawed nature of Harry and his past which has shaped who he has become up until this point The mystery kept me guessing and I did not have any of it figured out prior to the reveals which was a nice change of pace I m not really sure why the first two books are set outside of the intended long term atmosphere of the series but it works well for me so far and even though everyone and their mother has told me to skip COCKROACHES I ll be reading it solely just to gain whatever information there is to glean from it I would say if you haven t read any books in the Harry Hole series take a gamble and risk a bit of time and energy on THE BAT I can see how trying to come back to this book might be a chore after beginning with the others but it was refreshing and exhilarating to read these in their natural order and learn Harry s backstory in its initial form Highly recommended to fans of Nordic Crime Fiction in the form of a police procedural Thanks Abby for helping my pick this one out

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READ & DOWNLOAD Flaggermusmannen CHARACTERS Ý PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Jo Nesbø Jo Nesbø ✓ 0 FREE DOWNLOAD Ar old Norwegian woman who is a minor celebrity back home Never one to sit on the sidelines Harry befriends one of the lead detectives and one of the witnesses as he is drawn deeper into the case  Together they discover that this is only the latest in a string of unsolved murders and. In my other binge reading project of the winter I thought that there was no better time to explore the Harry Hole series by Norwegian Jo Nesb I had heard much about the series and with a keen interest in all things Scandinavian when the thriller genre is involved I thought I could do no wrong As the series begins Harry Hole that s two syllables Holy finds himself in Sydney Australia where he s been sent to represent the Royal Norwegian Police Directorate to investigate the murder of a Norwegian national Working alongside some of Sydney s finest Hole discovers that there may be a serial rapist and murderer on the loose whose penchant for blondes leaves a trail that grows every few days Alongside the murder investigation Hole discovers a woman who pulls on his heartstrings and becomes an integral part of his time in Oz The reader is also introduced to Hole s checkered past including an addiction that almost got him fired from the force and one that reemerges at the worst possible moment With no firm leads and Hole s secondment running to an end a serial killer continues to elude the authorities and baffle Hole to no end While soaking up the history of this foreign land Hole may be too distracted which hinders his ability to bring answers to a grieving family back in Oslo In this series debut Nesb tells a very interesting tale both about his protagonist and the race for justiceI was pleasantly surprised at Nesb s work and found that the story flowed very effectively full of wonderful tidbits to lure the reader in a little deeper Harry Hole is a complex man whose background is multi layered and will likely take the entire series to unravel However Nesb does a stellar job by paving the way with a thorough glimpse into the man s foibles as well as the strengths that shape him I cannot leave this review without pondering a glaring uestion that leapt off the page for me especially as a reader who loves to immerse myself in a character Why would Nesb choose to use his opening novel and take Hole away from his native Norway I could see this in the third or fourth novel but the story begins and remains in Australia for its duration I could never fully understand this as it makes logical sense to lay some groundwork before taking the character out of his environs Allow the reader to learn about local friends and family plant roots before jetting off to places unknown That said perhaps Nesb has a plan here and I am too cerebral in my analysis this early in the seriesKudos Mr Nesb for a great opening novel I cannot wait to get deeper into the series to see what else you have in store for usLikehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at

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  • Flaggermusmannen
  • Jo Nesbø
  • English
  • 14 January 2019
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