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The Indian Bride by Karin Fossum
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Jul 14, 2010

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This mystery is set in Norway. A basic simple lonely middle aged man decides to go to India to find a bride. With some help from his sister, he does do that. He is uable to meet her at the airport and on the day she is supposed to arrive, a badly battered body of a woman is found on the outskirts of town. This book is another in the Inspector Sejer series. Konrad Sejer comments to his dog "We're not talking about evil here, but the good in people that stops them from saying what they know." But with patience and interrogation he solves the crime, or thinks so anyway. There is some ambiguity at the end, as well as a touching letter that sends a knife through the heart.
I would read another by this author. Our book group had a very good discussion of the book.

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