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Borkmann's Point by Håkan Nesser
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Aug 21, 2011

liked it
bookshelves: mysteries, police-procedural, sweden
Read in August, 2011 — I own a copy

There is no point to reiterate the plot, that is done so well by other reviewers. the point that I want to make other than Borkmann's, which I missed by the way, was that when trying to find similarities between the victims of a serial killer even some wild speculations would have been better than absolutely zilch. The fact that the first victim was a drug addict should have at least suggested drugs were possibly related. There were a lot of arrows pointing at the killer from early in the book and then they would disappear or fade for a while eventually to return.

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