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    The Caveman

    A excellent police procedural w/cooperation of 3 countries in the search for a serial killer. At risk is the safety of Wistung's journalist daughter, Line, whose own investigation seems to have nothing to do with the multinational effort in which her father is immersed. A nail biter to the end.
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    Better and better

    All of the books in the series so far have been very good on the police procedure aspects, clearly written and realistic. The societal aspects are getting more interesting with each book, and this one is the best yet. I really hope the earlier books in the series will get translated.
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    The Caveman

    Utterly enjoyed reading this book. Though the story starts out kind of lame and not overly promising, it soon takes up speed and left me guessing til the end. Appreciate the complete lack of bad language, detailed sex-scenes or violence. Main characters are rather normal, not too annoying or unsympathetic. Only complaint could be the lack of descriptions as to people, atmospheres, places or general points, but the interesting, gripping plot without highly unrealistic and usually stupid twists and turns made up for it! Simply a really good crime novel for lazy afternoons!
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