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Det perfekte sted at dø

(Daniel Trokic #7)

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Daniel Trokic bliver sendt afsted for at undersøge en ung danskers død i Japan. Den unge dreng er fundet død i den mest berømte selvmordsskov i Japan. Selvom Japans politi har afskrevet dødsfaldet som værende et selvmord, så viser en båndoptagelse, sendt anonymt til afdødes far, noget helt andet.

Har den unge dreng begået selvmord eller står der noget andet bag?
335 pages
Published August 29th 2014 by People's Press (first published August 22nd 2014)
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Heidi
Apr 28, 2015 rated it liked it
Recommended to Heidi by: Bogcafé på Aalborg Bibliotekerne
Spændende at høre/læse om Japan fra en danskers synsvinkel, og det var hvad der gjorde bogen OK for mig. Krimiplottet var lidt tyndt, og det uhyggelige aspekt i bogen var de japanske folklorehistorier om ånder og overtro. Har ikke læst andre krimier af Wolf, og hovedpersonen var ikke interessant nok for mig til at læse de andre. OPLÆSER (Lars Junker Thiesgaard) gjorde det godt, og jeg var fint underholdt de to dage det tog at høre hele bogen.
Line
Aug 11, 2015 rated it liked it
I've read every one of Inger Wolf's Trokic-books. And I've loved them. Until the Alaska-set book that preceded this one. My issues with the previous book are not the same issues I have with this one. But I am fairly certain that the issues are part of and overall problem - not using a good editor. This one lacks closure on a number of threads as well as the choice to act against the nature of the character we've gotten to know.
Ulla Ahlburg Madsen
Jul 29, 2015 rated it liked it
Helt enig med Karmakowgirl. Spændende at læse om den japanske kultur. Jeg blev nysgerrig og fandt efter læsningen en video på Youtube, hvor en japaner fortæller om selvmordsskoven. Her fremstår den præcist som den er beskrevet i bogen. Beskrivelsen af den japanske kultur var mere spændende end handlngen!
Conni jørgensen
Nov 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
Den første jeg læser af hende, men bestemt ikke den sidste.
Michael
Feb 05, 2018 rated it did not like it
Danish:

Lidt søgt historie denne gang. Temmelig mange plothuller og en del formålsløst fyld.

Sproget er nogle steder meget gammeldags. Eksempelvis 'ringer de af', hvilket ingen har gjort i 50 år - og da slet ikke på en mobiltelefon.
Jannie Nygaard
Oct 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
En virkelig god krimi, spændingen bliver holdt til det sidste.
Lone Knudsen
Aug 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
Endnu en god krimi fra Inger Wolf - det var særligt det psykologiske spil - og personskildringerne i japan som var rigtig gode.

Du kan læse en mere uddybende anmeldelse af krimien på min blog.

www.krimihjerte.blogspot.com
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Inger Wolf is an International Bestselling Danish mystery and thriller writer.

Her first mystery novel, Dark September, for which she was awarded the Danish Crime Academy's debut prize, was published in 2006. Since then, her bestselling books have been translated into several languages.

She loves to travel and get inspiration to her books from all over the world, but lives
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