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  • Sigurdur ole's solo case

    In the other books, I always felt Sigurdur Ole was a bit incompetent, but he is very skillful in this one. He is on his own because Erlendur is on one of his vacations to where he grew up. The question raised in this book is how much of what happens in our childhood affects our adult lives. It's an interesting question, answered mostly by Sigurdur Ole's connection with a homeless man who actually wants to speak to Erlendur.. This book has a lighter atmosphere than Indridson's novels where Erlendur is the main character, but Iceland still claims lives.

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