Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4

Summary ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Gunnar Staalesen

Summary ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Gunnar Staalesen No dallo sguardo smarrito nato sotto una cattiva stella a cui Varg si era ritrovato a fare da padre si è cacciato in un brutto guaio Accusato di un atroce delitto che si aggiunge alla serie di morti di cui è costellata la sua esistenza il ragazzo è fuggito seminandosi il terrore alle spalle Perseguitato o criminale Vittima innocente di macchinazioni più grandi di lui o delinuente indurito deciso a consumare una lenta vendetta contro chi gli ha rovinato la vita Varg compreso.

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Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 ¸ [Read] ➱ Dødens drabanter ➹ Gunnar Staalesen – Tushna-hram.ru Ti ricordi di Janegutt Basta un nome a proiettare Varg Veum – detective scettico e disincantato – indietro di venticinue anni uando era un operatore sociale giovane e idealista Janegutt il bambino Ti ricordi di Janegutt Basta un no [Read] Dødens drabanter Gunnar Staalesen Tushna hram.ru Ti ricordi di Janegutt Basta un nome a proiettare Varg Veum – detective scettico e disincantato – indietro di venticinue anni uando era un operatore sociale giovane e idealista Janegutt il bambino Ti ricordi di Janegutt Basta un nome a proiettare Varg Veum – detective scettico e disincantato – indietro di venticinue anni uando era un operatore sociale giovane e idealista Janegutt il bambi.

Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Gunnar Staalesen is a Norwegian writer Staalesen has a candphilol degree from Universitetet i Bergen and he has worked at Den Nationale Scene the main theater in Bergen.

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Dødens drabanterOgni prova sembra incastrarlo ma Varg Veum convinto dell'innocenza di Janegutt procede solitario e osteggiato da tutti in un'indagine che lo risucchia in una palude di malavita collusioni e intrighi coperti da una sottile patina di perbenismo Suo malgrado il detective si troverà a gravitare anche lui come un satellite intorno all'aura di morte del ragazzo in una lotta impari contro il tempo contro una società indifferente e una giustizia che si accontenta di capri espiatori.

10 Comments on "Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4"

  • Susan

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterSet in Bergen and rural Norway this sad funny and nearly implausible story follows a social service worker interacting with a wee boy who eventually becomes a criminal It is a shame that this is Staalesen's only novel available on Kindle With good reason Staalesen is very popular in Europe His protagonist Varg Veum a social worker turned private investigator is a sympathetic narrat


  • Linda Branham Greenwell

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterThe main character is Varg Veum a social worker turned private eye And since I used to be a social worker for 21 years these stories really appeal to me I can identify The story goes back in time when he was a young social worker and was sent to the home of Johnny Boy a 3 year old boy and possible victim of abuse We follow the progress of Johnny boy and Varg over a period of several years The conditions of the home and people involved when johnny boy Jan Elgin was first seen by VargAnd then again when Johnny boy is 6 years old and has adoptive dad has a mysterious fa


  • Abby Slater- Fairbrother

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterI picked this one to read as I was recently asked to take part in the blog tour for the authors latest book release ‘Wolves In The Dark’ via Orenda books I immediately looked up the seriesauthorsubject matter and became intrigued I really wanted to read an earlier novel in the series and this led me to pick this one being drawn to the theme of the young man’s life and repercussions his childhood may have had on his future The novel opens in 1995 Detective Varg Veum receives a call from a blast from the past in Cecilie who organises a meeting of severe importance relating to a boy from their past in child protection The boy in uestion Johnny boy has done a runner leaving a death list But who doe’s Johnny want to kill And why We are then catapulted back to July 1970 when Veum first encounters the boy then only a


  • David Hallstrom

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterThis is my second Staalesen novel Where Roses Never Die Being my first This is a solid work a nice mix of Chandleresue detective story with slight tips of the cap to the social commentary of the Swedish police procedural There are 20 or so of these novels in print in Norway but the best I can tell only 8 have been translated to English I have been lucky to find his books on the shelves at Mysterious Bookshop but even then their selection is limited I can find in London and will raid the shelves at Foyles next time I am in town This book was a genuine treat I just wish of his work was in translation


  • Tbfrank

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterA rather ho hum addition to the Varg Veum canon but whether a result of the author's efforts or the translator it is hard to say The story spans nearly thirty years fitfully tracing the tragic life of a client of Varg's from a small boy Jan Egil to a thirty year old ex con A hidden web of relationships becomes clear to Varg as he stumbles along uncovering the truth behind multiple murders and systematic betrayals that have ruined Jan's life The final scene though explaining the remaining uestions is incomplete and unsatisfying The much altered and abbreviated movie version is considerably better than the novel


  • David C Ward

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterSocial worker turned private eye series combining both worlds In this one an abused child apparently commits a series of crimes and Veum keeps track of him over the years The story involves an incredibly complicated genealogy of families abuse and crimes as well as a murky criminal conspiracy to smuggle alcohol and drugs There’s even a 19th century murder thrown in as an allegory that things are not always what they seem The ending comes out of left field as a literal and figurative car crash Beware the helping professions Also as before a lot of the writing is stilted and just a bit off a translation problem Less than 3 stars


  • Stephanie Hutabarat

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterThis is my 1st Norway's book that I read and I love it Sometimes i am confuse with the places because not familiar wih the word nor spelling but the story is so thrilling made me curious how it will be end 3 stars for this


  • Mei

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanter2017 and 2018 all appear to be about Nordic thrillers This was a pretty interesting read except I didn’t realise it was #15 of a series I liked it but not enough to read the first 14 Maybe a couple


  • Shannon M

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanter3 It was a 4 until the ending which left everything up in the air Complex but not too complex it follows Varg’s interactions over 25 years with Johnny Boy whom Varg first met as a troubled 2 year old


  • Pilla

    Dødens drabanter review ✓ 4 Dødens drabanterI love Varg Veum This is the book that the author Gunnar Staalesen suggests as an intro to the Veum books