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Borkmanns Point (Inspector Van Veeteren #2) International Bestseller Internationally Bestselling Author H Kan Nesser Makes His U.S Debut With This Riveting Tale Of Murder And Suspense That Reveals The Deep Humanity Of The Characters Portrayed Even As It Sends Chills Up The Spine Chief Inspector Van Veeteren Is Called To The Sleepy Coastal Town Of Kalbringen To Assist The Local Police In The Investigation Of Two Recent Ax Murders Soon The Case Turns From Bad To Worse When Another Body Turns Up And One Of Van Veeteren S Colleagues, A Young Female Detective, Disappears Without A Trace Now Van Veeteren Must Find The Killer, And, It Is Hoped, His Colleague, Before Anyone Else Comes To Harm Riveting And Intellectually Satisfying,Borkmann S Point Unfolds Like A Chess Match Where Each Move Could Prove Deadly.

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    An axe murderer.Swedish writer Hakan Nesser s second Inspector Van Veeteren is about, no kidding, an axe murderer In Nesser s fictional Maardam which is somewhere in Northern Europe Detective Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is on holiday in the coastal village of Kaalbringen also a fictional town when he is asked to assist the local law enforcement with tracking down the killer of two local men The men had been almost decapitated and left to be found, having been struck from behind with what An axe murderer.Swedish writer Hakan Nesser s second Inspector Van Veeteren is about, no kidding, an axe murderer In Nesser s fictional Maardam which is somewhere in Northern Europe Detective Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is on holiday in the coastal village of Kaalbringen also a fictional town when he is asked to assist the local law enforcement with tracking down the killer of two local men The men had been almost decapitated and left to be found, having been struck from behind with what seems to be a very sharp axe.Nesser s murky and cerebral style is well suited to Nordic Noir and Van Veeteren is a Holmesesque type of sleuth ponderous, thoughtful and investigating the murders as he would brooding over a chess g...

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    Nesser, Hakan BORKMANN S POINT 1994 Eng trans 2006Here s an early Inspector Van Veeteren mystery that I could swear I d read before, but I m at an age where nothing much would surprise me Van Veeteren is very much like a Swedish Poirot he uses his little gray cells to his benefit to solve crimes The crimes in this tale are particularly gruesome there s an axe murderer loose in Kaalbringen The local force is small, and they request help from Stockholm Bring on Van Veeteren Nesser, Hakan BORKMANN S POINT 1994 Eng trans 2006Here s an early Inspector Van Veeteren mystery that I could swear I d read before, but I m at an age where nothing much would surprise me Van Veeteren is very much like a Swedish Poirot he uses his little gray cells to his benefit to solve crimes The crimes in this tale are particularly gruesome there s an axe murderer loose in Kaalbringen The local force is small, and they request help from Stockholm Bring on Van Veeteren The first victom is an ex con his head is almost totally severed with a hand axe Next the body of a wealthy real estate mogul is found, also the victim of a violent attack It seems obvious that the same killer is responsible for both murders As details su...

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    Description Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is called to the sleepy coastal town of Kalbringen to assist the local police in the investigation of two recent ax murders Soon the case turns from bad to worse when another body turns up and one of Van Veeteren s colleagues, a young female detective, disappears without a trace Now Van Veeteren must find the killer, and, it is hoped, his colleague, before anyone else comes to harm Riveting and intellectually satisfying, Borkmann s Point unfolds like Description Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is called to the sleepy coastal town of Kalbringen to assist the local police in the investigation of two recent ax murders Soon the case turns from bad to worse when another body turns up and one of Van Veeteren...

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    Borkmann s Point the point beyond which we really don t need anyinformation When we reach that point, we already know enough to solve the case by means of nothingthan some decent thinking And it is precisely at this point that Inspector Van Veeteren begins to focus on the identity of the Axman, so called because of his propensity to commit murder with an axe The inhabitants of the small Swedish town of Kaalbringen have become paralyzed with fear after the third murder, and it Borkmann s Point the point beyond which we really don t need anyinformation When we reach that point, we already know enough to solve the case by means of nothingthan some decent thinking And it is precisely at this point that Inspector Van Veeteren begins to focus on the identity of the Axman, so called because of his propensity to commit murder with an axe The inhabitants of the small Swedish town of Kaalbringen have become paralyzed with fear af...

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    I gialli svedesi di Nesser mi piacciono, per l umanit e la comprensione con cui i personaggi sono tratteggiati che ricordano il Maigret di Simenon , per la tensione non esagerata ma continuata che ti spinge ad andare avanti nella lettura, per la soluzione del caso che arriva inaspettata, anche se solo una lettrice distratta come me non si accorta di chi potesse essere il sospettato dell assassinio di tre uomini, il Tagliateste , che con un accetta lasciata sul luogo dell ultimo delitto ha I gialli svedesi di Nesser mi piacciono, per l umanit e la comprensione con cui i personaggi sono tratteggiati che ricordano il Maigret di Simenon , per la tensione non esagerata ma continuata che ti spinge ad andare avanti nella lettura, per la soluzione del caso che arriva inaspettata, anche se solo una lettrice distratta come me non si accorta di chi potesse essere il sospettato dell assassinio di tre uomini, il Tagliateste , che con un accetta lasciata ...

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    It read easily but without flair Too much padding in attempt to prolong little bursts of weak suspense Too much extraneous detail about various characters interior lives which was completely irrelevant to the story, wi...

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    Borkmann is an old cop, one of the few that Chief Inspector Van Veeteren respects Van Veeteren is thinking about Borkmann while he s sitting in the tub, three bottles of brown ale in a bucket of cold water on the floor and a dish of fat olives within easy reach In every investigation, Borkmann maintained, there comes a point beyond which we don t really need anyinformation When we reach that point, we already know enough to solve the case by means of nothingthan some decent thi Borkmann is an old cop, one of the few that Chief Inspector Van Veeteren respects Van Veeteren is thinking about Borkmann while he s sitting in the tub, three bottles of brown ale in a bucket of cold water on the floor and a dish of fat olives within easy reach In every investigation, Borkmann maintained, there comes a point beyond which we don t really need anyinformation When we reach that point, we already know enough to solve the case by means of nothingthan some decent thinking A good investigation should try to establish when that point has been reached, or rather, when it has been passed in his memoirs, Borkmann went so far as to claim it was precisely this ability, or lack of it, which distinguishes a good detective from a bad one Borkmann weighs his woes Three murder victims, all slain with an ax And now a missing...

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    Segundo Borkmann, todas as investiga es atingem um ponto em que j foi reunida informa o suficiente para resolver o crime com nada mais do que o simples pensamento l gico Cabe ao respons vel pelo caso saber quando este ponto atingido E isto que distingue um bom de um mau policia Um mau policia continuar a reunir informa o que, na pior das situa es, ir prejudicar a resolu o do mist rio Ser Van Veeteren um bom ou mau policia O livro Borkmann s Point o segundo livro da s rie do Segundo Borkmann, todas as investiga es atingem um ponto em que j foi reunida informa o suficiente para resolver o crime com nada mais do que o simples pensamento l gico Cabe ao respons vel pelo caso saber quando este ponto atingido E isto que distingue um bom de um mau policia Um mau policia continuar a reunir informa o que, na pior das situa es, ir prejudicar a resolu o do mist rio Ser Van Veeteren um bom ou mau policia O livro Borkmann s Point o segundo livro da s rie do Inspector Van Veeteren, criado pelo brilhante autor sueco H kan Nesser Foi escrito em 1994 e, no mesmo ano, foi lhe atribu do o Pr mio de Melhor Romance pela Swedish Crime Writers Academy.Van Veeteren um inspector facilmente irrit vel, cujo mau humor mais do que be...

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