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Voices (Inspector Erlendur #5) The Christmas Rush Is At Its Peak In A Grand Reykjav K Hotel When Inspector Erlendur Is Called In To Investigate A Murder The Hotel Santa Has Been Stabbed To Death, And Erlendur And His Fellow Detectives Find No Shortage Of Suspects Between The Hotel Staff And The International Travelers Staying For The Holidays As Christmas Day Approaches, Erlendur Must Deal With His Difficult Daughter, Pursue A Possible Romantic Interest, And Untangle A Long Buried Web Of Malice And Greed To Find The Murderer.

10 thoughts on “Voices (Inspector Erlendur #5)

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    In short A poignant but rather far fetched police procedural that offersin the way of a credible psychological angle than a swift and particularly competent wrap up The upside is seeing Erlendur s reflections on his own life and mistakes along the way, and appreciating how a person s childhood can influence their later life Voices is an investigation that takes the reader closer to Erlendur and his troubl...

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    It may seem like I m skipping books in the series, but I just read the ones the Hungarian publisher deemed appropriate for our poor hearts. this does not bother me at all. really. not at all.

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    ICELANDIC literature hasn t been known for its murders since the days of the sagas, but thanks to Arnaldur Indridason, that s about to change.Indridason, a former journalist, has made his living with eight detective stories and two thrillers, all set in Iceland.He won the Nordic Crime Novel Glass Key Award for Tainted Blood and for its sequel, Silence of the Grave, which also won the Crime Writers Association Gold Dagger Award.His Reykjav k mysteries feature blunt police detective Erlendur Svei ICELANDIC literature hasn t been known for its murders since the days of the sagas, but thanks to Arnaldur Indridason, that s about to change.Indridason, a former journalist, has made his living with eight detective stories and two thrillers, all set in Iceland.He won the Nordic Crime Novel Glass Key Award for Tainted Blood and for its sequel, Silence of the Grave, which also won the Crime Writers Association Gold Dagger Award.His Reykjav k mysteries feature blunt police detective Erlendur Sveinsson, and his cohorts Sigurdur Oli and Elinborg In Voices, first published in 2002 and newly translated into English, they m...

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    I find it curious that a small 300,000 some population can produce so many good writers There are at least that many people within a one mile radius of where I live, and all we ever manage to produce falls neatly under the heading of jack shit.It is Christmas, and the doorman of a ritzy Reykjavik hotel is found dead in a sexually interesting position while wearing a Santa Claus outfit, or at least part of one After playing Santa for an upcoming Christmas party, he was to have been fired and I find it curious that a small 300,000 some population can produce so many good writers There are at least that many people within a one mile radius of where I live, and all we ever manage to produce falls neatly under the heading of jack shit.It is Christmas, and the doorman of a ritzy Reykjavik hotel is found dead in a sexually interesting position while wearing a Santa Claus outfit, or at least part of one After playing Santa for an upcoming Christmas party, he was to have been fired and since he occupied a basement room in the hotel evicted Inspector Erlendur Sveinsson and his associates try to track down the killer Being a bit gloomy during this time of year, Erlend...

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    I added this book to my to read shelf after reading this article, The top 10 crime novels in translation And to that, after finishing it, I say good call, Guardian This was an intriguing tale of the murder of a hotel doorman who dressed as Santa Clause for hotel holiday events, and was found, in the basement room of the hotel where he squatted, wearing the top half of his Santa costume and nothing but a condom on his bottom half It had a likable, if tortured, protagonist in Detective Erlund I added this book to my to read shelf after reading this article, The top 10 crime novels in translation And to that, after finishing it, I...

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    You don t pick up an Indridason book for its sunny faith in humankind these books set in Iceland are as noire as Scandinavian Noire can possibly be And Inspector Erlendur Sveinsson is as pathetic as he is brilliant.This book has a particularly troubling cast of characters revolving around the death of a hotel Santa who was once a famous choirboy Does this past have anything to do with his death and the horribly compromised position in which he is found And what about the odd record collector You don t pick up an Indridason book for its sunny faith in humankind these books set in Iceland are as noire as Scandinavian Noire can possibly be And Inspector Erlendur Sveinsson is as pathetic as he is brilliant.This book has a particularly troubling cast of char...

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