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by Hakan Nesser

eBook Inspector and Silence (The Van Veeteren series) ePub
Author: Hakan Nesser
Language: English
ISBN: 0330534610
ISBN13: 978-0330534611
Publisher: Pan MacMillan Paperback Omes; Open market ed edition (March 1, 2011)
Pages: 448
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 919
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ePub file: 1248 kb
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Beloved Inspector Van Veeteren gets called to the countryside to investigate the murder of a young girl attending camp run by a wacko . The Inspector & Silence the sixth book in the Van Veeteren (VV) series translated to english

Beloved Inspector Van Veeteren gets called to the countryside to investigate the murder of a young girl attending camp run by a wacko religious sect. In the oppressive heat, he and an interesting band of detectives do their best to sort out the murder with sect members who refuse to talk. The mystery is satisfying; I did not figure it out in advance. The Inspector & Silence the sixth book in the Van Veeteren (VV) series translated to english. I've read all prior books and have had mixed feelings of the stories.

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Hakan Nesser is a well known Swedish author and a teacher by profession, who has written a number of successful novels in the Mystery and Thriller genres. His novels, mostly depict crime fiction plots and have been quite popular all over the world. The successful writing career of Nesser can be understood from the fact that he has won the Best Swedish Crime Novel Award for 3 times in his career. Also, in the year 2000, he won the Glass Key award for one of his novels. Nesser has written a total of around 20 crime novels under three different series’, all of which have been very popular.

Inspector Van Veeteren Series. 10 primary works, 10 total works. The main character is called Van Veeteren, a detective in the early novels and later the owner of an antique books shop. These books play out in a fictitious city called Maardam, said to be located in northern Europe in a country which is never named but resembles Sweden, the Netherlands, Poland and Germany. The names however are mostly Dutch.

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Håkan Nesser (born 21 February 1950) is a Swedish author and teacher who has .

Håkan Nesser (born 21 February 1950) is a Swedish author and teacher who has written a number of successful novels, mostly but not only crime fiction. He has won Best Swedish Crime Novel Award three times, and his novel Carambole won the prestigious Glass Key award in 2000. A recurring main character is called Van Veeteren, a detective in the early novels and later the owner of an antique books shop. Barbarotti is a more upbeat character than Van Veeteren and the books are firmly set in Sweden, although the town of Kymlinge is fictitious and named after an "abandoned tube station" in Stockholm.

Van Veeteren shuddered. An elderly, hunch-backed man appeared behind the inspector. The same old punch he’d felt so often before

Van Veeteren shuddered. He introduced himself as Dr Monsen, and seemed to ring a bell, the chief inspector thought. The same old punch he’d felt so often before. Here and there – mainly around the groin, the neck and the chest – the pale corpse was stained by large dark patches, and her thighs were striped with dried blood.

Håkan Nesser's The Inspector and Silence is the fifth gripping crime novel in the . Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is recruited to help solve the mystery. The Inspector and Silence is followed by the sixth book in the series, The Unlucky Lottery.

Håkan Nesser's The Inspector and Silence is the fifth gripping crime novel in the Van Veeteren series. In the heart of summer, the country swelters in a fug of heat. In the beautiful forested lake-town of Sorbinowo, Sergeant Merwin Kluuge's tranquil existence is shattered when he receives a phone call from an anonymous woman. But Van Veeteren's investigations at The Pure Life go nowhere fast. Kieli: Englanti Kategoria: Dekkarit Kääntäjä: Lisätietoa äänikirjasta

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Nesser Hakan - скачать бесплатно все книги автора. Книги 1-10 из 10. Borkmanns point. En la h?meda y gris ciudad de Maardam, situada en alg?n lugar de Europa, el comisario Van Veeteren y sus hombres se enfrentan al caso Janek Mattias Mitter, un catedr?tico de instituto que no recuerda si ha matado a su esposa o no. Est?n muy lejos de sospechar el terrible drama que va a descubrirse durante la investigaci?n. La tosca red es el comienzo de una serie de diez novelas sobre el comisario Van Veeteren y sus colegas en la Polic?a de Maardam. Читать книгу Скачать книгу Отзывы о книге (0). Minds eye.

When one of the Pure Life's members is found raped and strangled in the forest near the group's camp, the Chief Inspector is called to investigate. The Pure Life has chosen to remain silent about the incident rather than defend itself, so Van Veeteren's only lead is the anonymous caller who reported the body.

In the heart of summer, the country swelters in a fug of heat. In the beautiful forested lake-town of Sorbinowo, Sergeant Merwin Kluuge's tranquil existence is shattered when he receives a phone-call from an anonymous woman. She tells him that a girl has gone missing from the summer camp of the mysterious The Pure Life, a religious sect buried deep in the woods. Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is recruited to help solve the mystery. But Van Veeteren's investigations at The Pure Life go nowhere fast. The strange priest-like figure who leads the sect -Oscar Yellineck- refuses even to admit anyone is missing. Things soon take a sinister turn, however, when a young girl's body is discovered in the woods, raped and strangled; and Yellineck himself disappears. Yet even in the face of these new horrors, the remaining members of the sect refuse to co-operate with Van Veeteren, remaining largely silent. As the body count rises, a media frenzy descends upon the town and the pressure to find the monster behind the murders weighs heavily on the investigative team. Finally Van Veeteren realises that to solve this disturbing case, faced with silence and with few clues to follow, he has only his intuition to rely on. . .
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At long last another book in this Swedish mystery series has been translated into English. Beloved Inspector Van Veeteren gets called to the countryside to investigate the murder of a young girl attending camp run by a wacko religious sect. In the oppressive heat, he and an interesting band of detectives do their best to sort out the murder with sect members who refuse to talk.

The mystery is satisfying; I did not figure it out in advance. But what makes these books shine is the workings of Van Veeteren's mind: how his train of thoughts bring him to leads, how he deals with the brutalities he witnesses, his wry musings about his personal relationships, and his stumbles toward retirement. I almost always discover a "new" piece of music reading a Nesser book. Van Veeteren is quite a music lover, and this read led me to Penderecki's Requiem.

If you like a meandering mystery with just enough humorous repartee and reflection, this one's for you. If you lean toward car chases, main characters with thrilling sex lives, and elaborate, twisted plots, you might want to take a pass!

Me, I'm hoping we don't have to wait years for the next translation or I am going to be compelled to learn Swedish!
Shou
Hakan Nesser has become one of my top five mystery writers with Van Veeteren right up in there as the Inspector/Detective of the moment. I feel like I am in Sweeden when I read his books. I felt this book was predictable because it was obvious who wasn't the killer Now, I only read mysteries, so I can say that I see the similarities in so many of them. However I plan to read ALL Van Veeteren books.
For a totally different concept---read The Girl on the Train and Moving Day
Skrimpak
Good book by a literary master. I have also watched the TV series, and while I enjoyed the six episodes, the books are better able to enunciate DCI Van Veeteren's musings as he works toward finding the killer in his own inimitable way.
zmejka
I have persevered with this series and will continue to do so but in the hope that VV leaves, gets killed off or by some form of Devine intervention becomes an interesting character.
If the next instalment is as lifeless as this one I am done. It really was a struggle and I was relieved to finish it.
Damand
Not as good as the previous books. Found it long hard going in places. Possibly over descriptive and over elaborated in places. If this was my first time to read a Van Veeteren, it would likely be my last. Will try the next one in the series and make up my mind then.
Maveri
What I am most drawn to is the character - his thoughts, and insights...
moody, thoughtful, not too dark... and amusing
Thetalas
Good read. Got a little bogged down in places, but overall it was a very enjoyable read. Keeps one guessing "who did it" right to the end, however there were some obvious clues, I never try to guess who the villain is, that spoils the whole joy of reading. Love these books by Hakan Messer.
Wonderful author another great book
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