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1950, High Noon

(The 20th Century Trilogy #2)

4.08  ·  Rating details ·  177 ratings  ·  6 reviews
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I oktober 1932 blir en mann funnet drept i Puddefjorden. Saken blir etterforsket som et mystisk dødsfall og spørsmålet er om dette har noe å gjøre med det uoppklarte drapet på konsul Frimann, natt til 1. januar 1900. I denne andre boka av trilogien tas trådene fra den første saken opp igjen. Lokale, nasjonale og internasjonale begivenheter
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Hardcover, 551 pages
Published 1998 by Gyldendal
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May 07, 2011 rated it really liked it
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The Second of a trilogy, I had a hard time keeping track for a while, but I think that was because there was considerable reading time between the first and second for me. Absolute fantastic series as a whole, but I'm also biased because the Author is from my hometown. :)
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For lidt krimi historie, for meget love story og soft porno...
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Dec 14, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I read this second book in the Bergen trilogy, in Danish, about a year after reading the first, but didn't have significant problems finding the flow again. To the extent there were characters I couldn't immediately place, it didn't matter. I loved it, the story line, the way it's intertwined with the events on the 20th century, and the fact that it's set in Norway which is almost home for me. I immediately started the third and last book.
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Denne serien blir bare bedre 8/10
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Gunnar Staalesen is a Norwegian writer. Staalesen has a cand.philol degree from Universitetet i Bergen and he has worked at Den Nationale Scene, the main theater in Bergen.

Other books in the series

The 20th Century Trilogy (3 books)
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