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by Felicity David,Karin Fossum
Author: Felicity David,Karin Fossum
Publisher: Harcourt; First U.S. Edition, first printing edition (July 6, 2005)
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Karin Fossum is the author of many novels and two collections of short stories. I am a fan of Karin Fossum's Insp Sejer mysteries and have read three of her works
Karin Fossum is the author of many novels and two collections of short stories. I am a fan of Karin Fossum's Insp Sejer mysteries and have read three of her works. In "He Who Fears the Wolf", Ms Fossum delves into the world of a troubled individual afflicted with schizophrenia. Errki has spent a great portion of his life in and out of mental institutions, and on the day he escapes from his latest confinement, an elderly lady living in a remote location deep in the woods is found brutally murdered.
KARIN FOSSUM is the author of the internationally successful Inspector Konrad Sejer crime series. Her recent honors include a Gumshoe Award and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for mystery/thriller. Библиографические данные. He Who Fears the Wolf Inspector Sejer Mysteries (Том 2).
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In a nutshell, the books were what I'd expected A friend and I have been reading lots of Scandinavian mysteries since we finished the Stieg Larson books.
In a nutshell, the books were what I'd expected. He Who Fears the Wolf was the one I liked the best of the three I read (the other were Don't Look Back and When the Devil Holds the Candle). A friend and I have been reading lots of Scandinavian mysteries since we finished the Stieg Larson books. We read all of Henning Mankell, who is probably the best mystery writer around today, along with Ruth Rendell, but both of them are getting away from what I would consider "pure" mystery.
Start by marking He Who Fears the Wolf (Konrad Sejer, as Want to Read . In a nutshell, the books were what I'd expected.
Start by marking He Who Fears the Wolf (Konrad Sejer, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Fossum's writing gave me my love of Scandanavian mystery writers and I seek those writings out. Hands down,though, Fossum's work is the best I have come across so far.
Norway's Chief Inspector Konrad Sejer hunts a bank robber who's taken a murder suspect hostage. by Karin Fossum & translated by Felicity David.
Place of Publication. Karin Fossum made her literary debut in Norway with a collection of poetry in 1974. She has since published another volume of poetry, two collections of short stories and one non-crime novel.
Meet Inspector Sejer: smart and enigmatic, tough but fair. At the foot of the imposing Kollen Mountain lies a small.
Author: Karin Fossum. The second Inspector Sejer mystery from Norway’s Queen of Crime. Superb plotting, fresh style and compassionate, detailed treatment of characters have made the Insepctor Sejer Mysteries bestsellers in their native Norway. A twelve-year-old boy runs wildly into his local police station claiming to have seen Halldis Horn’s brutally murdered corpse. Errki Johrma, an escaped psychiatric patient and known town misfit, was sighted at the scene disappearing into the woods. But in a novel that will keep you desperate to turn each new page to find out more, Fossum brilliantly ensures that things are rarely as they would at first appear.