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Un cadavere A Tarifa una delle spiagge più hot del Mediterraneo spunta il corpo di un uomo Unico segno di riconoscimento un tatuaggio sulla spalla Tre donne Terese non si è mai divertita come uella notte alcol e sesso sulla spiaggia di Tarifa che c'è di meglio Ma la luce dell'alba le riserva una macabra sorpresa il cadavere di un uomo tatuato Mary è sbarcata a Tarifa dall'Africa Lei sa ch. ‘The forgotten dead’ by Tove Alsterdal is difficult to review as I did really enjoy many parts but really struggled with others Positives The storyline An investigative journalist goes missing whilst investigating people smuggling in France and his frantic wife who turns out to be a badass travels to France to find him The character development of the 2 main characters and how much you root for the “good guys” This novel takes you to America France Spain and Portugal and the detail whilst in each new country is admirable Negatives For being 300 pages it read like 700 pages I found parts really repetitive dragged out and unneeded The main 2 characters were developed well but that’s as far as it goes Other characters ran throughout the story and I got uite confused as to their role I hate lose ends and I feel this novel wasn’t tied up well enough with a pretty little bow for me Many things were still left unfinished This thriller won Swedish crime novel of the year so as much as it wasn’t to my taste it may be to yours It wasn’t an awful read but it wasn’t the best eitherThanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free ARC in return for an honest review Mirrored Heavens il corpo di un uomo Unico segno di riconoscimento un tatuaggio sulla spalla Tre donne Terese non si è mai divertita come uella notte alcol e sesso sulla spiaggia di Tarifa che c'è di meglio Ma la luce dell'alba le riserva una macabra sorpresa A Drop Around the World il cadavere di un uomo tatuato Mary è sbarcata a Tarifa dall'Africa Lei sa ch. ‘The forgotten dead’ by Tove Alsterdal Holiness is difficult to review as I did really enjoy many parts but really struggled with others Positives The storyline An Step by Step investigative journalist goes missing whilst Oswald Mathias Ungers investigating people smuggling Afghan Guerrilla Warfare: In the Words of the Mjuahideen Fighters (Zenith Military Classics) in France and his frantic wife who turns out to be a badass travels to France to find him The character development of the 2 main characters and how much you root for the “good guys” This novel takes you to America France Spain and Portugal and the detail whilst Pontius Pilate, Saint Ronan of Brittany, Th�ophile: Three Plays in Verse (Classic Reprint) in each new country Black Friday (Maggie ODell, is admirable Negatives For being 300 pages Madrid it read like 700 pages I found parts really repetitive dragged out and unneeded The main 2 characters were developed well but that’s as far as Das Urantia Buch it goes Other characters ran throughout the story and I got uite confused as to their role I hate lose ends and I feel this novel wasn’t tied up well enough with a pretty little bow for me Many things were still left unfinished This thriller won Swedish crime novel of the year so as much as Zoo it wasn’t to my taste Singapore & Penang Street Food: Cooking & Travelling in Singapore and Malasia it may be to yours It wasn’t an awful read but The Web and The Wing it wasn’t the best eitherThanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free ARC The Web and The Wing in return for an honest review

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E Terese Uniche armi intelligenza coraggio e un'infinita sete di giustizia Corpi senza nome è la storia di tre donne la cui vita viene brutalmente sconvolta Le loro strade sono destinate a incrociarsi e sono strade che portano ben oltre i confini della legge dove il male si annida sotto le più innocenti apparenze e dove le persone possono essere comprate e vendute cambiare identità o mori. Emotional and realistic I really liked and identified with the main character and her reasons for doing all that she did There were a couple of side plots running that I didn't really understand what they were there for but they both tied in in a really cool understated way that was very impactful to the story I think the topics covered are very relevant to the world today and it wouldn't surprise me if this was at least partially based on true events The only plot point that I did not care for was the main character suddenly being ablenot being able to understandspeakread other languages At one point she states very explicitly that she does not know any French but later on she is able to perfectly understand others speaking the language and then again towards the end she cannot speak or understand it at all This happens with multiple languages and just seems bizarre to me Afghan Guerrilla Warfare: In the Words of the Mjuahideen Fighters (Zenith Military Classics) intelligenza coraggio e un'infinita sete di giustizia Corpi senza nome è la storia di tre donne la cui vita viene brutalmente sconvolta Le loro strade sono destinate a Pontius Pilate, Saint Ronan of Brittany, Th�ophile: Three Plays in Verse (Classic Reprint) incrociarsi e sono strade che portano ben oltre Black Friday (Maggie ODell, i confini della legge dove Madrid il male si annida sotto le più Das Urantia Buch innocenti apparenze e dove le persone possono essere comprate e vendute cambiare Zoo identità o mori. Emotional and realistic I really liked and Singapore & Penang Street Food: Cooking & Travelling in Singapore and Malasia identified with the main character and her reasons for doing all that she did There were a couple of side plots running that I didn't really understand what they were there for but they both tied The Web and The Wing in The Web and The Wing in a really cool understated way that was very Vernon Downs impactful to the story I think the topics covered are very relevant to the world today and An Alpha's Trust it wouldn't surprise me Yahweh's Wife: Sex in the Evolution of Monotheism : A Study of Yahweh, Asherah, Ritual Sodomy and Temple Prostitution (Woman in History) if this was at least partially based on true events The only plot point that I did not care for was the main character suddenly being ablenot being able to understandspeakread other languages At one point she states very explicitly that she does not know any French but later on she The Love Child's Mother is able to perfectly understand others speaking the language and then again towards the end she cannot speak or understand Shrouded Memory it at all This happens with multiple languages and just seems bizarre to me

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E l'uomo tatuato non è morto accidentalmente Ma non può dirlo perché è una clandestina Ally vive a New York e aspetta il marito impegnato in un'inchiesta sul nuovo traffico di schiavi Di lui a Parigi si perdono le tracce Fino a Tarifa Mentre fa comodo a tutti credere alle versioni ufficiali per Ally scoprire la verità diventa la sola ragione di vita Unico indizio la testimonianza di Mary. This book is my rare experience with an English translation of the original novel in Swedish I purchased the book online last week and finished the book in two days after receiving the book I found myself haunted even scared The dark side of the American Dream the dark side of the glamorous Paris the blindness for truth from media when we need them the most The ending shocked So brutal but acceptable I highly recommend this novel for any reader who has a favor for policy and current situations of the illegal African immigrants when they are dying in Europe nursing their hopeless dream of living a life so different so beautiful that they only can see in tv Justice has its time and to get this time we have to pay a terrified priceThe author is a journalist so I strongly believe in the news providing and attaining procedure that was detailed and clear in the bookI love the book its setting and the main character A woman I now hold a lot of respect for Wonder if there any book from this author translated into English is coming The Web and The Wing il marito Vernon Downs impegnato An Alpha's Trust in un'inchiesta sul nuovo traffico di schiavi Di lui a Parigi si perdono le tracce Fino a Tarifa Mentre fa comodo a tutti credere alle versioni ufficiali per Ally scoprire la verità diventa la sola ragione di vita Unico Yahweh's Wife: Sex in the Evolution of Monotheism : A Study of Yahweh, Asherah, Ritual Sodomy and Temple Prostitution (Woman in History) indizio la testimonianza di Mary. This book The Love Child's Mother is my rare experience with an English translation of the original novel Shrouded Memory in Swedish I purchased the book online last week and finished the book The Gypsy's Song (Destiny's Consent) in two days after receiving the book I found myself haunted even scared The dark side of the American Dream the dark side of the glamorous Paris the blindness for truth from media when we need them the most The ending shocked So brutal but acceptable I highly recommend this novel for any reader who has a favor for policy and current situations of the Titanic Lessons for It Projects illegal African Prayers of the Eucharist: Early and Reformed: Texts Translated and Edited with Introductions immigrants when they are dying Dragon Age (Dragon Age 1) in Europe nursing their hopeless dream of living a life so different so beautiful that they only can see Origins Rising in tv Justice has Keteknikan Videografi: Membuat Film Pendek dan Video Iklan untuk SMK Semester 1 its time and to get this time we have to pay a terrified priceThe author Beware a Scots Revenge (School for Heiresses, is a journalist so I strongly believe Humor Writing: Activities for the English Classroom in the news providing and attaining procedure that was detailed and clear The Dewdrops ... a journey begins in the bookI love the book The Dewdrops ... a journey begins its setting and the main character A woman I now hold a lot of respect for Wonder Bußpredigt: Ein Krimi aus dem Bayerischen Wald if there any book from this author translated Gëzofi folës dhe Luka i vogël into English Two Wheels and a Map is coming


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  1. says:

    This stunning novel is a dark disturbing immersive experience of the dangerous and ruthless world of human trafficking and the exploitation and expendable lives of undocumented immigrants Tove Alsterdal is a Swedish writer who writes in the vein of Swedish Noir but with American central characters in Ally and Patrick Cornwall Patrick is a freelance Pulitizer nominated journalist who has travelled to France to write an exclusive story of the below the radar precarious lives of trafficked people in Europe Ally is his wife a set designer who has just discovered she is pregnant Whilst being used to Patrick not being in touch when he is on assignment his absence without communication is longer than normal A concerned Ally goes to visit the editor and becomes aware that Patrick has used their baby money to finance his exclusive She receives a letter notebook and photographs from Patrick and takes them with her to find out what has happened to him in Paris We only see Patrick through the eyes of others and AllyAlly arrives in France and chips away until she begins to slowly piece together Patrick's actions and movements prior to his disappearance In Tarifa Spain a young Swedish girl Terese Wallner has sex with Alex on the beach and awakens in the morning to find her passport money and shoes stolen She is traumatised to discover the dead body of a black man in the sea water the assumption is that this is a migrant from a boatload coming from Africa other bodies are found nearby Migrants making the trip from Africa find themselves on a boat where they are treated with merciless inhumanity Ally is Alena Sarkanova from the Czech Republic with a father she knows little about As Ally meets Sarah Rachid and her brother Arnaud she learns of arson in which 17 migrants die amidst whom were men that Arnaud and Patrick had hidden away The body count rises around Ally as she comes ever closer to the truth Ally's attempts to find a path towards justice are thwarted at every turn by ruthless powerful elite forces As Ally hits rock bottom she embarks on a personal route to gain some measure of illicit justiceTove Alsterdal has written a powerful emotionally shattering novel that makes you uestion the humanity of an Europe that provides succour to such malignant forces in society Alsterdal has done her research on this macabre topic superbly she has utilised what is happening in our contemporary world with the incoming migrants to create a compelling narrative that never lets you go It travels unsparingly into its heart of darkness where lives are treated as disposable commodities where the most disturbing abuses take place such as rape in a world there is no recourse to justice or any acknowledgement that migrants are actual human beings Ally finds herself in places she never expected to be whilst having to pave a path for her survival and for the hope that is her unborn baby A brilliant and heartbreaking read that I highly recommend Thanks to HarperCollins for an ARC


  2. says:

    ‘The forgotten dead’ by Tove Alsterdal is difficult to review as I did really enjoy many parts but really struggled with others Positives The storyline An investigative journalist goes missing whilst investigating people smuggling in France and his frantic wife who turns out to be a badass travels to France to find him The character development of the 2 main characters and how much you root for the “good guys” This novel takes you to America France Spain and Portugal and the detail whilst in each new country is admirable Negatives For being 300 pages it read like 700 pages I found parts really repetitive dragged out and unneeded The main 2 characters were developed well but that’s as far as it goes Other characters ran throughout the story and I got uite confused as to their role I hate lose ends and I feel this novel wasn’t tied up well enough with a pretty little bow for me Many things were still left unfinished This thriller won Swedish crime novel of the year so as much as it wasn’t to my taste it may be to yours It wasn’t an awful read but it wasn’t the best eitherThanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free ARC in return for an honest review


  3. says:

    Ally Cornwall sits at home in New York wondering why her husband Patrick has failed to keep in contact with her He is an investigative journalist and his passion for his work in particular those who are exploited sees him travelling to distant and far places A worried Ally decides to board a transatlantic flight heading for Paris where she hopes to find answers as to the plight of her beloved Patrick Tove Alsterdal is a Swedish author who in The Forgotten Dead has written a novel preferring to rely on American lead characters This does not work for me and I found the whole experience somewhat disappointing with a plot akin to a B movie or a made for television series I find it difficult to comprehend that within a very short time of arriving in Paris she was able to establish the work that her husband was involved in before he disappeared Eually preposterous was the speed at which she easily identified and interviewed those bad men involved in the notorious imprisonment and exploitation of illegal immigrants It's not a badly written story and to its credit it tackles and confronts some very unsettling social issues that affect us all Of course you the reader really want to know what befell Patrick and I certainly will not disclose that to you suffice to say this was neatly accomplished making me feel that the reading of this novel had not been a waste of my valuable reading time I received a gratis copy in exchange for an honest review and that is what I have written


  4. says:

    The Forgotten Dead – Brilliant Reflective of Europe TodayTove Alsterdal’s The Forgotten Dead has been translated in to English and it is easy to see why this thriller won Swedish Crime Novel of the Year Alsterdal has broken away from the Swedish Scandi backdrop and scenery even though a Swedish female does appear and Sweden does appear to America France Spain and Portugal While the setting is in sunnier climes the thriller is just as dark as you would expect and want and is a highly addictive thriller set in the dark underbelly of Europe’s dark secret people smuggling and ‘illegal’ immigrantsPatrick Cornwall almost won the Pulitzer Prize but that put his name out there as one of America’s top investigative reporters He has set himself to garner the big prize in American journalism and knows he will really have to dig deep His latest project is to investigate the plight of migrants trying to start a new life in Europe some of whom never reach the shores of Europe His desire is to expose the people smuggling the corruption that runs at the highest levels of societyAlly Cornwall Patrick’s wife is a set designer for theatres across New York and she has just discovered she is pregnant She wants to get in touch with Patrick and let him know the good news but he is incommunicado and even his editor does not know where he is Her last phone call was a rushed affair as he had to dash off to a fireA package arrives for Ally at the theatre she is working at and it is from Patrick telling her to keep it hidden and she slowly becomes concerned about the welfare of her husband She raids their savings and flies out to Paris the last known place she knew her husband was The she delves into Europe’s dark underbelly the she realises how much of an evil web he has been trying to expose The she realises that the criminals running this web will go to any extent to keep their secrets and profits hidden and human life is considered cheapAs Ally heads from Paris to Lisburn and then on to Spain she seems to be chasing shadows while at the same time as putting herself and her unborn child in danger Ally as she discovers what is happening is worried that she will not be believed in spite of the evidence that has been found importantly will she be able to find Patrick?This is an excellent crime thriller which Tove Alsterdal has managed to condense a complex subject into a captivating story and asks all us Europeans to look a little closer at what is happening This shows that trafficking people is highly profitable especially when their lives are so cheap The Forgotten Dead will keep you engrossed from beginning to end take a step in to the darkness will you be able to escape?


  5. says:

    A uite interesting although somewhat disturbing book about people trafficking in Europe Tove Alsterdal has written a captivating story that opens our eyes as to what is happening in the world of people smuggling Patrick Cornwall an American journalist is determined to win the big prize in the world of journalism He takes himself off to Europe to explore the plight of illegal immigrants who are trying to escape from Africa to countries like Spain and Portugal His persistence in trying to expose the people behind the trafficking puts his life in extreme danger When he doesn't contact his wife Ally for over a week she is concerned for his welfare especially as his last phone call was rather rushed as he told her he had to dash off to a fireAfter receiving a parcel from Patrick which he asks her to keep hidden Ally is determined to find him as she has just discovered she is pregnant and wants to share the news with him Her journey takes her to Paris Spain and Lisbon and Ally finds herself uncovering the ring leaders and the truth behind the people trafficking Despite the danger she puts herself and her unborn baby in Ally is determined to find out the whereabouts of her husband This thriller is a real eye opener Tinged with disbelief and sadness but one which will give the reader a greater understanding of the corruption going on in the people trafficking world


  6. says:

    This book is my rare experience with an English translation of the original novel in Swedish I purchased the book online last week and finished the book in two days after receiving the book I found myself haunted even scared The dark side of the American Dream the dark side of the glamorous Paris the blindness for truth from media when we need them the most The ending shocked So brutal but acceptable I highly recommend this novel for any reader who has a favor for policy and current situations of the illegal African immigrants when they are dying in Europe nursing their hopeless dream of living a life so different so beautiful that they only can see in tv Justice has its time and to get this time we have to pay a terrified priceThe author is a journalist so I strongly believe in the news providing and attaining procedure that was detailed and clear in the bookI love the book its setting and the main character A woman I now hold a lot of respect for Wonder if there any book from this author translated into English is coming?


  7. says:

    Emotional and realistic I really liked and identified with the main character and her reasons for doing all that she did There were a couple of side plots running that I didn't really understand what they were there for but they both tied in in a really cool understated way that was very impactful to the story I think the topics covered are very relevant to the world today and it wouldn't surprise me if this was at least partially based on true events The only plot point that I did not care for was the main character suddenly being ablenot being able to understandspeakread other languages At one point she states very explicitly that she does not know any French but later on she is able to perfectly understand others speaking the language and then again towards the end she cannot speak or understand it at all This happens with multiple languages and just seems bizarre to me


  8. says:

    This is the tale of Alena a New York theatre set designer who sets out on a search for her husband Patrick a freelance investigative journalist who was gone missing in Europe on the hunt for proof implicating a rich French businessman and his associates in modern day slavery Her search takes her initially to Paris then Lisbon and Tarifa Spain as she searches for her husband and the details of his investigationsFor some reason I was never totally gripped by this book there were many coincidences and a pretty unsatisfactory ending so overall for me only 3 stars 710


  9. says:

    The thing that bothered me with this book was that this should’ve been a story about three women However this was basically a story about just one the role of the two other women was very small I would’ve wanted to read about them as well


  10. says:

    I could not put it down The people were very relatable the story still current and intriguing I liked the way things moved naturally and kept the reader wondering and on the edge of discovery Very much recommended Read the Finnish translation of the book