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Fasandræberne by Jussi Adler-Olsen
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Jun 26, 2012

it was amazing

OK Jack Reacher, Harry Hole and Annika Bengston, Carl Morck is coming to get you. This is the second of four Jussi Adler-Olsen crime thrillers featuring Department Q's enigmatic detective Carl Morck, and his offsider Assad, along with the newly acquired assistant Rose. Yes, it's another Scandanavian based series, this time in Denmark's capital Copenhagen. Morck is in and out of favour with the bosses, a bit like his counterparts Hole and Bengston, but overall he's another gritty and down to earth detective doing his best. The enemy on this occasion are a bunch of evil minded thugs who just happen to have risen to prominent positions in Denmark society. Together they're responsible for a series of beatings and murders, but their money and influence has placed a protective cone around them. That is, until Morck gets the case between his teeth. This is an excellent page turning read, the English title by the way is Disgrace and it follows on from last year's Mercy.

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