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The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen
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Sep 10, 2011

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"His shirt was sticking to his back, and the sweat stains under his arms were plowing their way farther down his shirt" (15).
“He forced his way inside the inferno and stomped a couple of times on the floor. Down in the basement Rigoletto was instantly wrapped up in cotton wool” (28).
“He was going to demand that the workmen finish what they were doing in the basement and hang the door back on its hinges so he would at least have something to slam if he was so inclined” (31).
"She gave Carl a wry smile, revealing a whole set of dimples. If Assad ever met her, he'd never be able to get on with his life" (153).
"'Just because somebody is a shit, it doesn't mean he has no integrity. Like yourself, for example'" (210). *Ouch.
"'How on earth could he say 'exactly' about a location as imprecise as 'south of Copenhagen'?" (313).

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