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Las huellas imborrables (Patrik Hedström, #5) by Camilla Läckberg (2 star ratings)
Paperbackpages. I actually enjoyed the subplots involving the secondary characters more than I enjoyed the murder mystery that was the center of the plot. That’s what I wish I would have done. Rachel After having read up to this one, I would advise reading in order.
I am thinking of the police chief here who had nothing to do with the case other than to tell his fellow police officers to get back to work. Mientras tanto, Erika hace un sorprendente hallazgo: On the other hand, the crime he and his team naturally solve reveals the seedy underbelly of s In the past five or so years, I’ve discovered, and enjoyed, translations lackebrg various Scandinavian writers, including this wildly popular Swedish mystery author.
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Las huellas imborrables
The historical aspect imborrxbles Falck’s mother and her circle of friends when she was a teenager. While her detective characters often lack depth, which means Lakcberg sometimes mix them up, they still act unpredictably enough to amuse and astonish me, as does the curmudgeonly chief detective in the compartmentalized whimsical section of this book. Could what little knowledge she has be enough to endanger her husband and newborn baby?
Those two things are my only real complaints, so I’m surprised I didn’t like it more than I did.
Very effective and very chilling. I found the family interchanges pleasant and unpleasant just as interesting as the crime-solving.
Thrillerreeks – Patrik Hedstrom 5. This is my first time reading a Camilla Lackberg novel.
I find it irritating when characters discover key pieces of information, but the author doesn’t share it until several chapters later. Most of them still live in Fjallbacka which is described as a small town. I doubt I will read anymore. Rachel After having read up to this one, Lackbegg would advise reading in order.
Open Preview See a Problem? When reading a mystery, I expect the author to recap towards the end when it’s close to being solved. El verano llega a su fin y la escritora Erica Falck vuelve al trabajo tras la baja de maternidad.
Instead they seem to bumble rather aimlessly around until the answer hits them over the head. Despite all that I did get caught up in the mystery itself.
There’s just something off about the writing of her character. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Only in Scandinavia would quite a imbortables percentage of a police procedural be devoted to such matters.
I say again, not okay. However, I soon found myself engrossed in the historic aspects of the story and the interwoven lives of the murder victims and recurring characters, hkellas Erica.
Las huellas imborrables (Patrik Hedström, #5) by Camilla Läckberg (3 star ratings)
Slowly the tale of a young girl, the uncertainty of war and the loss of friends and family, emerges and Erica comes to know the young girl who would become her mother. And though this book could easily be read as a stand-alone, there is much to be gained from reading her books in the right order.
law The main character is supposedly on paternity leave looking after his one year old csmilla and he clearly camlila have a clue. The writer definitely hit her stride with this one.
I unpacked most of the plot about half the way through unusually for me but I liked the novelist’s spin on the domestic arrangements of the police trying to balance work with a new baby and adjust gender roles.
I enjoyed this one somewhat more than the previous books. Refresh and try again. Once I got everyone sorted out, I started enjoying the book more. U I had read earlier books in this series and remembered enjoying them. In fact, I’m sure that you could skip right over The Hidden Child if you’re reading the series; Lackberg always provides just enough rehash of the main character’s plights so you can discover what happened with them in the last book and move forward.