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The Indian Bride (Inspector Konrad Sejer, #5) When Perpetual Bachelor Gunder Jomann Goes To India For Two Weeks And Comes Home Married, The Town Of Elvestad Is Stunned On The Day The Indian Bride Is Supposed To Arrive, The Battered Body Of A Woman Is Found In A Meadow On The Outskirts Of Town None Of The Good People Of Elvestad Can Believe That Anyone Among Them Would Be Capable Of Such A Brutal Murder But In His Quiet, Formal Way, Inspector Konrad Sejer Understands That Good People Can Commit Atrocious Deeds, And That No One Is Altogether Innocent Including The Caf Owner Who Knows Too Much, The Girl Who Wants To Be A Chief Witness, And The Bodybuilder With No Outlet For His Terrible Strength Another Brilliantly Conceived, Dark Novel From One Of Europe S Most Successful Crime Writers.

10 thoughts on “The Indian Bride (Inspector Konrad Sejer, #5)

  1. says:

    When I had finished reading the last page, I felt like I had been dumped out of a moving vehicle onto a quiet countryside road in the middle of nowhere For an instant I thought, Is there a Part II This book is a quick, fun read and you become addicted to the situation and the characters early in the book the addiction becomes increasingly stronger as you continue to read on But there are no easy answers to who is the guilty culprit Someone confesses, but is he a victim of mind control In When I had finished reading the last page, I felt like I had been dumped out of a moving vehicle onto a quiet countryside road in the middle of nowhere For an instant I thought, Is there a Part II This book is a quick, fun read and you become addicted to the situation and the characters early in the book the addiction becomes increasingly stronger as you continue to read on But there are no easy answers to who is the guilty culprit Someone confesses, but is he a victim of mind control Inspector Sejer has a definite view but it doesn t seem like there is any hard core evidence that would convict the suspect You re left wondering how things will play out Sadly enough, you get a sense of what it must be like to be an investigator, who spends hours trying to sort out the facts, who ends up with no real evidence, yet has a pretty good idea who the criminal is, and how frustrating that must be essentially, the book mirrors real life, but it s not what we want...

  2. says:

    4.5 starsThis fifth entry in the series featuring Inspector Konrad Sejer and Jacob Skarre and is a slightlytraditional police procedural in contrast to some of the earlier offerings from Karin Fossum However, in her true style she takes readers on a tumultuous journey to the heart of the small rural town of Elvestad, home to just over two thousand residents Calling Out For You appears on outset to bear all the hallmarks of an uplifting love story but is quickly followed by an act of barb 4.5 starsThis fifth entry in the series featuring Inspector Konrad Sejer and Jacob Skarre and is a slightlytraditional police procedural in contrast to some of the earlier offerings from Karin Fossum However, in her true style she takes readers on a tumultuous journey to the heart of the small rural town of Elvestad, home to just over two thousand residents Calling Out For You appears on outset to bear all the hallmarks of an uplifting love story but is quickly followed by an act of barbaric violence which devastates a small and seemingly peaceful community Stolid and admittedly rather simple ageing bachelor Gunder Jomann is inspired by a book entitled People of All Nations and makes an out of character decision to travel to India to find himself a wife The dependable agricultural machinery salesman might be balding and considered a little eccentric but it doesn t stop him wanting to find love His intention in not to find a subservient wife who simply wants a ticket to a...

  3. says:

    This Norwegian mystery was a strange little book It held my interest, but I wasn t so thrilled with the characters Except for Poona the Indian bride , the female characters were not very bright or sane or likeable Marie was okay I guess but she was in a coma for most of the book The police officers were too good to be true And the main character, Gunder was the world s sweetest most devoted man living a fantasy until August 20th when his charmed life completely turned upside down I kep This Norwegian mystery was a strange little book It held my interest, but I wasn t so thrilled with the characters Except for Poona the In...

  4. says:

    This book was an easy read, with many interesting characters, a good flow, moments of mystery and moments of suspense I thoroughly enjoyed picking the book up every night, hoping to find outand to try and guess who the murderer was However, the ending disappointed me.I usually judge a book by the ending If it is a good ending, I will say the whole book was good even if it started out less well In this case, the book was great, but the mediocre ending ruined it for me The problem was, This book was an easy read, with many interesting characters, a good flow, moments of mystery and moments of suspense I thoroughly enjoyed picking the book up every night, hoping to find outand to try and guess who the murderer was However, the ending disappointed me.I usually judge a book by the ending If it is a good ending, I will say the whole book was good even if it started out less well In this case, the book was great, but the mediocre ending ruined it for me The problem was, it was too ambiguous There were many suspects, and...

  5. says:

    I m a big fan of Karen Fossum and have enjoyed going through her books, reading one about every three months as I catch up on all that she has written THE INDIAN BRIDE is the fourth book in the Konrad Sejer series, I believe It is a book where you will definitely enjoy the journey, but the destination might leave a sour taste in your mouth It takes some getting used to, but I ve grown to love the structure of Fossum s novels in which Sejer and his partner Jacob Skarre don t appear until chapt I m a big fan of Karen Fossum and have enjoyed going through her books, reading one about every three months as I catch up on all that she has written THE INDIAN BRIDE is the fourth book in the Konrad Sejer series, I believe It is a book where you will definitely enjoy the journey, but the destination might leave a sour taste in your mouth It takes some getting used to, but I ve grown to love the structure of Fossum s novels in which Sejer and his partner Jacob Skarre don t appear until chapter five The first four chapters introduce Gunder, a lonely man who, after getting a traveling book from his sister, decides to go to India to try and find a wife He meets, woos, and makes plans to return home with Poona Bai, a lovely Indian woman Through a h...

  6. says:

    3.5 STARS3.5 STARS,Fossum, ,, , , , , , , , ,, , ,, , , , ,, , , , , , , , , ,,, ,SAS, ,,, , , , , , , ,,, ,, ,, ,,, ,, , , ,, , ,,,

  7. says:

    Fossum takes quite a different approach to the murder mystery genre than we usually see, built in a different sensibility Yes, there is a murder, a brutal murder There is an investigation But the focus here ison the quirks of fate that led the victim to be where she was, when she was, and on the husband left behind The tale is also about the people in this small Norwegian town village, what they ve seen, what they imagine, and why they don t talk the level of secrecy is astonishing I Fossum takes quite a different approach to the murder mystery genre than we usually see, built in a different sensibility Yes, there is a murder, a brutal murder There is an investigation But the focus here ison the quirks of fate that led the victim to be where she was, when she was, and on the husband left behind The tale is also about the people in this small Norwegian town village, what they ve seen, what they imagine, an...

  8. says:

    When will I learn not to rent audios for Nordic crime fiction I hope that I m not ethnocentric, but I couldn t keep the foreign sounding names for these Norwegian characters and towns straight in my head I became frustrated, which diminished my enjoyment of this s...

  9. says:

    4.5 stars This is my first book by this author and I loved it I like a lot of Scandinavian mysteries psychological thrillers and this is no exception There is a lot of ambiguity, almost as though there isthan one truth I look forward to my next one by this author

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