[womens studies Books] eBook Im Winter der Löwen by Jan Costin Wagner



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  1. says:

    somewhere between a 35 and a 4The short back cover blurb by The Financial Times calls this book snow noir There seems to be a noir for everything these days a concept that doesn't really sit well with me but that's another story so w

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    This author just appeals to me in the story line of his protagonist who is in perpetual mourning for his wife investigating crimes in Finland It has the right amount of darkness about the story yet it is not trite or depressing He is

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    The author's careful use of language and his ability to create nuanced characters made for an intriguing read The

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    I cannot believe firstly that I've left the last two books in this series unread for so long and secondly I'd be daft enough to read the third THE WINTER OF THE LIONS out of order Not that it made a lot of difference to the experience It's hard to use the word enjoyable when you're referring to any of the books by Jan Costin Wagner as they

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    This is the third book I've read by Wagner after Ice Moon and Silence and it's just as brooding and grief haunted as the first two – an aspect which perfectly suits Wagner's wounded detective Kimmo Joentaa Wagner has been called the anti writer of pop literature I'm not sure what that means but it's true that his crime novels ar

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    I loved this book I loved the writer I didn't know it's another volume in a Kimmo Joentaa series; this doesn't diminish it's

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    As usual the mood is somber However there is a change in Kimmo's life The mystery is told from the perspective of Kimmo and the perpetrator 2 people are murdered and one almost murdered All 3 were on a TV talk show shortly before the incidents What is the connection?Kimmo works in his usual strange fashion to begin to put together the pieces

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    Génial

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    My first try with this author and it wasn't bad Basically a Scandinavian noir cosy if there is such a thing Detective Kimmo Joentaa and his Finnish colleagues work the case when two people who appeared on the same crime re c

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    A surprising murder mysteryA series of actions which appear to have no connection begin this Finnish murder mystery The reader is led on and kept in suspense until he realises the tenuous connections have a focus and you want to read on A bit of an indictment on today's media though A very good read

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FREE DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¶ Jan Costin Wagner

DoorstepNot long afterwards two men are found murdered one of whom is Joentaa's colleague a forensic pathologist When it becomes clear that both victims had recently been guests on Finland's most famous talk show Kimmo is called upon to use all his powers of intuition and instinct to solv. I loved this book I loved the writer I didn t know it s another volume in a Kimmo Joentaa series this doesn t diminish it s worth one bit It s not a procedural police story and nothing wrong footing the reader will be revealed in the end The pleasure one gets from this book comes from the crude and honest portrayal of the characters crude in that descriptive words barely make their presence which fits nicely on the winter atmosphere of Finland Honest in that the ideas that take shape in someone s head are rarely linearly connected nor does their formulation into words makes them meaningful I didn t mention the plot in my review because it doesn t matter Which is why I will buy another book from this writer his rendering of the conscience of the characters is what interests me Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark know it s another volume in a Kimmo Joentaa series this doesn t diminish it s worth one bit It s not a procedural police story and nothing wrong footing the reader will be revealed in the end The pleasure one gets from this book comes from the crude and honest portrayal of the characters crude in that descriptive words barely make their presence which fits nicely on the winter atmosphere of Finland Honest in that the ideas that take shape in someone s head are rarely linearly connected nor does their formulation into words makes them meaningful I didn t mention the plot in my review because it doesn t matter Which is why I will buy another book from this writer his rendering of the conscience of the characters is what interests me

SUMMARY Im Winter der Löwen

Im Winter der Löwen

Every year since the tragic death of his wife Detective Kimmo Joentaa has prepared for the isolation of Christmas with a glass of milk and a bottle of vodka to arm himself against the harsh Finnish winter However this year events take an unexpected turn when a young woman turns up on his. somewhere between a 35 and a 4The short back cover blurb by The Financial Times calls this book snow noir There seems to be a noir for everything these days a concept that doesn t really sit well with me but that s another story so we ll save it for another time or I ll just get myself all worked up But really there is nothing better when your brain is overloaded than a good mystery to carry you away And this one is good The Winter of the Lions is third in a series set in Finland featuring Detective Kimmo Joentaa whose wife has passed away and who finds it hard to move away from his grief There are two central mysteries in this book having to do with a series of crimes that hits close to home for our grieving detective and a third peripheral puzzle which centers around a strange woman who latches on to

FREE DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¶ Jan Costin Wagner

E the case Meanwhile the killer is lying in wait ready to strike againIn Kimmo Joentaa prizewinning author Jan Costin Wagner has created a lonely hero in the Philip Marlowe mould who uses his unusual gifts for psychological insight to delve deep inside the minds of the criminals he pursue. As usual the mood is somber However there is a change in Kimmo s life The mystery is told from the perspective of Kimmo and the perpetrator 2 people are murdered and one almost murdered All 3 were on a TV talk show shortly before the incidents What is the connectionKimmo works in his usual strange fashion to begin to put together the pieces A very interesting novel