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Sort sensommer ( Daniel Trokic #1)

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En ung enlig mor findes myrdet, og vicekriminalkommissær Daniel Trokic med en svær fortid får sagen. Undervejs støder den farverige IT-specialist Lisa til, og sammen løser de sagen, der viser sig at have et etisk aspekt
Paperback, 283 pages
Published 2008 by Modtryk (first published 2006)
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Nina
Mar 12, 2010 Nina rated it it was ok
This book is a cliché of pretty much every best-selling crime novel in the past few years. We have everything from the brooding, mysterious investigator to the purple-haired young woman who specializes in computers. Throw in a good old-fashioned secret order: "The Golden Order", a cellphone which doesn't work at all the wrong times and someone who goes to meet the murderer when someone else has already figured out - too late - who it is, and you have a classic. Right?

Yawn. I had guessed who the
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Marina H
Some might say that if you have read a couple of crime novels, then you've read them all. And in many ways I agree. They are often very similar, the characters seem identical and the plot is predictable.
So a really good crime novel in my opinion has to stand out in some ways. And this just didn't!

I understand that it might be difficult to create completely new plots and ideas that has never been read before, but then the author could at least create some intriguing and interesting charactes. Th
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Cudeyo
Feb 21, 2015 Cudeyo rated it it was ok
Decepcionante, esa es la palabra. No transmite nada, no te implicas con los personajes y a mitad del libro ya sabes quién es el asesino.

La autora salta de un personaje a otro sin llegar a ninguna parte. Te empieza a mostrar el pasado traumático del protagonista y de repente se olvida del tema y pasa a la relación-obsesión de su compañera con el nuevo de la comisaría.
Aurélie
Auteur de policiers récompensé au Danemark, Inger Wolf signe avec “Noir septembre” son troisième livre en France. Publié en 2006 dans son pays natal, ce roman est en fait le premier épisode des aventures de son personnage emblématique, le commissaire Daniel Trokic.
Dans ce roman, Anna Kiehl, jeune mère célibataire, est retrouvée morte dans les bois où elle avait l'habitude de faire son jogging. Sur sa poitrine, le tueur a déposé une poignée de fleurs de ciguë séchée. Son fils de 3 ans, Peter, est
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Monica
May 29, 2011 Monica rated it really liked it
God debut indenfor krimi-genren.

Den er sjov at læse fordi den foregår i Århus og der bliver brugt steder, caféer, m.m. som er autentiske.

Udemærket plot!
Mighty_Mo
May 30, 2016 Mighty_Mo rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: krimi, 2012
Dies ist der erste Teil einer Reihe um Kommisar Daniel Trokic und seiner Kollegin Lisa Kornelius.

Klappentext:
Eine junge Frau liegt nackt und mit durchschnittener Kehle in einem Waldstück, auf ihrem Körper eine vertrocknete Schierlingsblüte. Offenbar hängt der Mord mit dem Verschwinden eines erfolgreichen Chemikers zusammen. Dann wird auch dessen Leiche gefunden und eine mörderische Jagd beginnt. Der erste Fall des dänischen Ermittlerteams um den eigenwilligen Kommissar Daniel Trokic und seine fi
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Stan
Sep 05, 2015 Stan rated it liked it
Actually, this was a pretty good read. It really takes a bunch of twists and turns from the original crime, but I felt it bogged down a little in the middle as it shifted between filling out the case and filling out the characters. The end is pretty exciting. In general, a fun read. I would consider reading another novel in this series.
Soneaselene
it was enjoyable, if a bit predictable. the whole "my phone is dead, I don't care" thing was a bit annoying and even someone who likes working alone would want to get their partner's input even if they don't want to share their own findings. so yeah, liked it but probably won't read others of the series.
Estibaliz79
Nov 21, 2012 Estibaliz79 rated it liked it
Título en español: "Un Oscuro Fin de Verano".

Novela negra correcta, sin grandes pretensiones y refrescante por su sencillez (nunca simpleza), la riqueza de sus personajes, esbozados en rápidos trazos, y la agilidad de su lectura, estructurándose en cortos capítulos que no dejan que el interés ni el ritmo decaigan.

Primera aventura de un nuevo inspector llamado a perpetuarse en el género, con gustos musicales rockeros y cierta tendencia a la introspección. El conjunto no anda lejos del tres y medi
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Annegrethe Skov
Jan 01, 2016 Annegrethe Skov rated it liked it
Første krimi læst siden barndommens Agatha Christie. Dansk. Udmærket sprog, så på den måde er det til at holde ud. Spændende at prøve til med genren igen.
Ishtar
La verdad es que me esperaba algo más. El caso está bien pero los detective no me acaban de gustar, me resultan bastante indiferentes así que no creo que lea los siguientes libros.
Anne
Jul 06, 2016 Anne rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Inger Wolfs Debüt ist ganz nett - mehr aber auch nicht. Schnell an einem Tag gelesen, plätschert der Fall recht belanglos dahin. Leider fehlt mir hier auch so der typische Flair skandinavischer Krimis. Dieser Spätsommermord hätte mit etwas veränderten Namen auch in Deutschland oder England spielen können.
Martha
Mar 29, 2015 Martha rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
De entre los peores libros que he leído, pésimo.
Dorthe Pedersen
Jun 04, 2012 Dorthe Pedersen rated it it was ok
OK krimi, men ikke fremragende. Der er for mange tilfælde, for megen intuitiv viden ("han vidste pludselig, at...") og for mange ligegyldige beskrivelser (f.eks. hvad aftensmaden består af). Læg dertil, at forløbet er temmelig forudsigeligt... For én gangs skyld er jeg glad for, at jeg er kommet til at læse 2'eren først - den er nemlig god! :-)

Hørt som lydbog.
Lind0463
Aug 02, 2011 Lind0463 rated it really liked it
Uhm - den kunne jeg godt lide. En yderst velskrevet dansk krimi, lige til højrebenet for folk der er godt kendt i Århus, medrivende og godt komponeret.
Rosa
May 04, 2013 Rosa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: books, read-in-2013
I liked it a lot! A well developed mystery novel... I'm looking for another one of Daniel Trokic.
Lone Hansen
Jul 09, 2008 Lone Hansen rated it it was amazing
Shelves: krimi
Virkelig god start på ny serie.
Patrizia
Jul 31, 2011 Patrizia rated it really liked it
guet gschribe u spannend
Birgit Alsinger
Nov 18, 2010 Birgit Alsinger rated it really liked it
Brilliant
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