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    The Scarred Woman (Selfies)

    An intricate story with many twists, turns and surprising connections. Filled with intrigue with an dash of humour here and there, this is Adler-Olsen's best work yet in the Department Q series.
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    The scarred woman

    Amazing! The plot, at first seems disjointed, but then comes together beautifully. Not until the very end does the suspense let up. Thoroughly enjoyed the character development. Highly recommend this book to anyone looking for an exciting and thought provoking book.
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    Not Bad

    I preferred the other books in the Dept Q series. The characters were quirkier and more amusing which broke the tension a bit. This boy ok seems to be written in a different voice.
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    Less mystery... but Good

    For those used to the challenging mysteries of the first 6 books, this is less that and more about developing the characters... nonetheless great reading... I look forward to the next Dept Q
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    Tiresome reading

    Starting to become formulaic. incident upon unrelated violent incident, until everything comes to a scarcely credible conclusion.
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