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The Redbreast (Harry Hole, #3) 1944 Daniel, A Soldier, Legendary Among The Norwegians Fighting The Advance Of Bolshevism On The Russian Front, Is Killed Two Years Later, A Wounded Soldier Wakes Up In A Vienna Hospital He Becomes Involved With A Young Nurse, The Consequences Of Which Will Ripple Forward To The Turn Of The Next Century.1999 Harry Hole, Alone Again After Having Caused An Embarrassment In The Line Of Duty, Has Been Promoted To Inspector And Is Lumbered With Surveillance Duties He Is Assigned The Task Of Monitoring Neo Nazi Activities Fairly Mundane Until A Report Of A Rare And Unusual Gun Being Fired Sparks His Interest Ellen Gjelten, His Partner, Makes A Startling Discovery Then A Former Soldier Is Found With His Throat Cut In A Quest That Takes Him To South Africa And Vienna, Harry Finds Himself Perpetually One Step Behind The Killer He Will Be Both Winner And Loser By The Novel S Nail Biting Conclusion.The Redbreast Won The Glass Key Prize For The Best Nordic Crime Novel When It Was First Published, And Was Subsequently Voted Norway S Best Crime Novel The Devil S Star, Nesb S First Novel Featuring Harry Hole To Be Translated Into English, Marked Nesb As A Writer To Watch In The Ever Fashionable World Of Nordic Crime.

  • Paperback
  • 519 pages
  • The Redbreast (Harry Hole, #3)
  • Jo Nesbø
  • English
  • 13 May 2019
  • 184343217X

About the Author: Jo Nesbø

Jo Nesb is a bestselling Norwegian author and musician He was born in Oslo and grew up in Molde Nesb graduated from the Norwegian School of Economics with a degree in economics Nesb is primarily famous for his crime novels about Detective Harry Hole, but he is also the main vocals and songwriter for the Norwegian rock band Di Derre In 2007 Nesb also released his first children s book, Dokt Jo Nesb is a bestselling Norwegian author and musician He was born in Oslo and grew up in Molde Nesb graduated from the Norwegian School of Economics with a degree in economics Nesb is primarily famous for his crime novels about Detective Harry Hole, but he is also the main vocals and songwriter for the Norwegian rock band Di Derre In 2007 Nesb also released his first children s book, Doktor Proktors Prompepulver.Series Harry Hole Doktor Proktor


10 thoughts on “The Redbreast (Harry Hole, #3)

  1. says:

    The Redbreast is actually the third of Jo Nesb s detective novels featuring the alcoholic Harry Hole who is on the wagon for most of this particular novel , but alas, it was the first to be translated into English Nevertheless, it works fine as a standalone, though the impact of one particular event might have been greater had we been able to read about the character in the two previous novels Anyway back to The Redbreast, which involves Nazis, both Old Skoole and Neo , a couple of touch The Redbreast is actually the third of Jo Nesb s detective novels featuring the alcoholic Harry Hole who is on the wagon for most of this particular novel , but alas, it was t...

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    Jo Nesbo ups his game Way up.The third of Nesbo s Harry Hole novels, this one published in 2000 In my review of the second novel, Cockroaches, I opined that as good a writer as Nesbo is, his best work lay in the future.Every now and then I am right about something and this time I was, The Redbreast is head and shoulders above his previous two books This is inspired, confident and mature almost as if he were shrugging off his Journeyman title and moving towards the ranks of master writer.And Jo Nesbo ups his game Way up.The third of Nesbo s Harry Hole novels, this one published in 2000 In my review of the second novel, Cockroaches, I opined that as good a writer as Nesbo is, his best work lay in the future.Every now and then I am right about something an...

  3. says:

    Here s the thing about the recent popularity of Scandinavian writers and if you re a Nordic Thriller aficionado you couldn t care less about the distinction the novels are depressed, somber, filled with ennui, a lack of humor, with flawed characters if not suffused with a strong tendency towards determinism in short, whether you re reading Stieg Larsson, Henning Mankell, or Jo Nesbo you are likely reading Literary Naturalism If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the cours Here s the thing about the recent popularity of Scandinavian writers and if you re a Nordic Thriller aficionado you couldn t care less about the distinction the novels are depressed, somber, filled with ennui, a lack of humor, with flawed characters if not suffused with a strong tendency towards determinism in short, whether you re reading Stieg Larsson, Henning Mankell, or Jo Nesbo you are likely reading Literary Naturalism If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the...

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    There might be spoilers in the comments because this is one of those books you ll want to talk about with friends.I have it on good authority waves at Thomas that Harry Hole s last name doesn t rhyme with goal But who are we kidding We re gonna laugh and snicker every time I mention Harry Hole in this review so go ahead and get it out of your systems Harry Hole BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA Sorry to anybody I may have offended by being a dumb American Speaking of being a dumb American, some of y There might be spoilers in the comments because this is one of those books you ll want to talk about with friends.I have it on good authority waves at Thomas that Harry Hole s last name doesn t rhyme with goal But who are we kidding We re gonna laugh and snicker every time I mention Harry Hole in...

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    Jo Nesbo may be the best Scandinavian crime fiction writer going these days He s created in Detective Harry Hole an interesting, deeply flawed protagonist who may remind American readers of Michael Connelly s Harry Bosch The Redbreast is the third novel to feature Hole, and it s a complex story that moves back and forth between the Second World War and the turn of the Twenty First Century In the earlier action, a group of Norwegian soldiers are fighting for Hitler s Germany on the Eastern Fro Jo Nesbo may be the best Scandinavian crime fiction writer going these days He s created in Detective Harry Hole an interes...

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    According to goodreads alone, 7800 people gave this on average, 3.8 stars.I should have liked this, but to be honest it was a struggle for me to even finish.The story seems fractured, moving as it does, between two different time periods, the latter days of WWII and present day Oslo.Nesbo writes with the kind of authority that assumes every reader would be familiar with the history of Norway and why Norwegians were mixed up with the Germans on the Eastern Front I kept looking, lo these many pag According to goodreads alone, 7800 people gave this on average, 3.8 stars.I should have liked this, but to be honest it was a struggle for me to even finish.The story seems fractured, moving as it does, between two different time periods, the latter days of WWII and ...

  9. says:

    With Harry Hole focussing his attention on Norwegian soil, Nesb brings the third book in the series to the writer s attention After a heroic act during a political summit, Hole is promoted to inspector and moved to the POT, a security directorate In his new role, Hole begins an investigation into rumours that a high powered rifle has been brought into the country and may be used in an assassination attempt of some sort Working in conjunction with his former partner, Ellen, they discover that With Harry Hole focussing his attention on Norwegian soil, Nesb brings the third book in the series to the writer s attention After a heroic act during a political summit, Hole is promoted to inspector and moved to the POT, a security directorat...

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    7 10 There s nothing wrong with this Scandinavian crime thriller, possibly the most popular of its category in recent years Yet its technical achievements pacing, characterization, research, atmosphere, etc may have been what kept me being fully emotionally involved in the story With a few exceptions of great character sketches, the story felt contrived and to clever for its own good I would even go so far as call the plot forgettable if it were not for the numerous flashbacks to the World 7 10 There s nothing wrong with this Scandinavian crime thriller, possibly the most popular of its category in recent years Yet its technical achiev...

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