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I farans riktning

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Ssiga heder sätts på spel Nora tvingas fatta ett beslut som för alltid kommer att förändra hennes livI farans riktning är den sjätte kriminalromanen om Thomas Andreasson och Nora Linde Det är en spännande historia om svikna förhoppningar förträngda minnen och gömd skam. It being December I've been leaning toward reads with Christmas themes or snow and this checked both those boxes It's the sixth in a series and while it took a little to get into the ongoing travails of the detectives in the story I don't think it suffered any with me dropping in now and reading it as a standalone The descriptions of the setting really drew me in and gave a wonderful sense of place I also liked the way the story moved along There are 107 chapters but they're fairly short and I didn't feel bogged down The characters were well enough done and I was guessing a good deal about who did the murder I happened to enjoy how so many threads tied up neatly and I thought the murder was cleverly done I would read another in the series but not at the moment because it's December and I'm still looking for murder under mistletoe and crime secreted under snowdrifts

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Det är vinter på Sandhamn och snöstormen viner På julafton tar en rädd och jagad kvinna den sista båten till ön På annandagen hittas ett lik på stranden utanför Seglarhotellet och kriminalinspektör Thomas Andreasson får avbryta sin julledighetSnart står Thomas inför e. Oh how I love this series Even without any mystery to attempt to solve it would be nice to just pretend I'm on a ferry to a sea island watching the sun sparkle on the waves as I enjoy a brisk wind knowing that when I get to my summer home I'll be able to enjoy the richest of dark coffees and some homemade pastries in the coziness of my sunroom Umm you wanted to know about the story Well Ms Sten gets major points for giving Stieg Larsson a shout out Also she led me down the garden path in a big way when it came to whodunnit; I was seeing totally plausible motive means and opportunity in a different direction than things went Nora Sigh Nora Dither dither dither Wish I could give this 35 stars but Goodreads still hasn't given me that option Also wish the next in the Sandhamn Murders was already available in English

Viveca Sten ´ 8 read

Tt fall med en hotad känd krigskorrespondent främlingsfientliga strömningar och en ovanligt utstuderad mördare Medan han söker efter den gemensamma nämnaren inträffar ytterligare dödsfallSamtidigt brottas barndomsvännen Nora Linde med sina egna problem när hennes yrkesmä. I must say that Viveca Sten actually outdid herself writing this book Nora Linde had Christmas and New Years at her house on Sandhamn Island with her sons Adam and Simon and for Christmas her ex Henrik While there a journalist Jeanette Thiels dies frozen to death outside her hotel Detective Inspector Thomas Andreasson was told to investigate this woman's body on Sandhamn As it unfolds it turns out after the autopsy she had died from a rare poison found in her intestines We meet her ex husband Michael Thiels and his daughter Alice who is really upset hearing of her mother's death She's so upset she blames her father for her death We meet others in Thomas's team including Margit Grankvist Staffan Nilsson forensic technician Aram Karin Sachsen and the Old Man the boss Mean while Nora had been given a project that put her under Jukka Heinonen as a lawyer showing how Finland and Sweden had merged and now they were selling their branches in Estonia Latvia and Lithuania Nora didn't like the deal because it involved receiving monies through banks that were legal but uestionable She's set up a meeting with her boss which didn't go rightAram had another idea that he wanted to bring up and that was that the 'New Sweden' was by far the group that the immigrants hated and were in the way of progress The people in the administration of it were by far the subjects in Jeanette Thiels papers These were by far the main focus of the story and were discussed in depth with all the trimmings that Viveca could come up with that made your gray cells ask uestions I won't spoil it for you but what a good read this was I gave it 4 stars out of 5 The Himitsu Attack (War of the Ninja Master, och en The Book With No Name (Bourbon Kid, ovanligt utstuderad mördare Medan han söker efter den gemensamma nämnaren inträffar ytterligare dödsfallSamtidigt brottas barndomsvännen Nora Linde med sina egna problem när hennes yrkesmä. I must say that Viveca Sten actually Punch↑ 2 outdid herself writing this book Nora Linde had Christmas and New Years at her house آزاده خانم ونویسنده اش یا آشویتس خصوصی دکتر شریفی on Sandhamn Island with her sons Adam and Simon and for Christmas her ex Henrik While there a journalist Jeanette Thiels dies frozen to death Sur le contrôle de nos vies outside her hotel Detective Inspector Thomas Andreasson was told to investigate this woman's body The Cross And The Crescent on Sandhamn As it unfolds it turns Heir of Empyrial Fire (Starbright, out after the autopsy she had died from a rare poison found in her intestines We meet her ex husband Michael Thiels and his daughter Alice who is really upset hearing Sanacion of her mother's death She's so upset she blames her father for her death We meet Workbook for I Will Give You Rest others in Thomas's team including Margit Grankvist Staffan Nilsson forensic technician Aram Karin Sachsen and the Old Man the boss Mean while Nora had been given a project that put her under Jukka Heinonen as a lawyer showing how Finland and Sweden had merged and now they were selling their branches in Estonia Latvia and Lithuania Nora didn't like the deal because it involved receiving monies through banks that were legal but uestionable She's set up a meeting with her boss which didn't go rightAram had another idea that he wanted to bring up and that was that the 'New Sweden' was by far the group that the immigrants hated and were in the way Diet salad recipes book- the best salad recipes for rapid weight loss of progress The people in the administration How to be a Bartender of it were by far the subjects in Jeanette Thiels papers These were by far the main focus Stories of the Ngunnawal of the story and were discussed in depth with all the trimmings that Viveca could come up with that made your gray cells ask uestions I won't spoil it for you but what a good read this was I gave it 4 stars The Witchkin Murders (Magicfall, out Hukum Dalam Ruang sosial of 5


10 thoughts on “I farans riktning

  1. says:

    Without a doubt I love the ending of this bookThe mystery is mainly concerning Thomas Nora's plot is to do with her job and her relationship status she is slightly oh so slightly torn between her ex husband who has realized he was an ass and her new boyfriend That plot is handled uite well and is simply two people who used to love each other trying to figure things outThe mystery the killing of a reporter who reminds me of Seierstad is compelling There are almost too many people to chose from in terms of her death What is done well is the relationships in the reporter's family esp with her daughter


  2. says:

    And she's done it again 6 for 6 all 5 book reviews from me That is the BEST record of any author I read Although I just know that sooner or later I'll happen upon a dudthere's usually one at least in every series I buy However Ms Sten has yet to let me down at all and neither Ms Delargy That's a fantastic recordThe series continues to hold my interest and the characters are like happening upon old pals I really do enjoy the whole packageAND the presentation once again is second to none NO mistakes Each time this leaves me staggered that UKAmerican authors can't manage this The Nordics always have the best presentation Either they pay way attention because of it being translated each time or they just have much pride in their work It's highly impressive though I did wonder about Jeanette visiting Iran but then writing about Ira and wonder if that was right though ? And a mention of an unborn child baffled me at one point as wellI can't get past the 15 varieties of pickled herring mentionedI just couldn't bring myself to try ONE if I'm honest We had the usual mention of cinnamon buns Volvo and ABBA but no IKEA which was a little remiss as they usually get a mention It is again the immigration issues brought to the fore in this story the same problems we have here such as expenditure on social benefits reaching astronomical heights due to immigration With SO many countries facing the same problems you have to wonder why we're all putting up with it really This passage said If we don't preserve our cultural identity we'll all end up as Muslims Sweden must slash immigration then a further remark from one of the police personnel said I can't understand why people go along with all that crap and all I could think was WHY NOT ??? It's certainly highly interesting to hear the same problems abound all across EuropeI am happy to say that books 7 and 8 were recently discounted so I have them ready to read I'm looking forward to reading what happens with Nora in both her personal and professional life in upcoming instalments


  3. says:

    Oh how I love this series Even without any mystery to attempt to solve it would be nice to just pretend I'm on a ferry to a sea island watching the sun sparkle on the waves as I enjoy a brisk wind knowing that when I get to my summer home I'll be able to enjoy the richest of dark coffees and some homemade pastries in the coziness of my sunroom Umm you wanted to know about the story? Well Ms Sten gets major points for giving Stieg Larsson a shout out Also she led me down the garden path in a big way when it came to whodunnit; I was seeing totally plausible motive means and opportunity in a different direction than things went Nora? Sigh Nora Dither dither dither Wish I could give this 35 stars but Goodreads still hasn't given me that option Also wish the next in the Sandhamn Murders was already available in English


  4. says:

    I must say that Viveca Sten actually outdid herself writing this book Nora Linde had Christmas and New Years at her house on Sandhamn Island with her sons Adam and Simon and for Christmas her ex Henrik While there a journalist Jeanette Thiels dies frozen to death outside her hotel Detective Inspector Thomas Andreasson was told to investigate this woman's body on Sandhamn As it unfolds it turns out after the autopsy she had died from a rare poison found in her intestines We meet her ex husband Michael Thiels and his daughter Alice who is really upset hearing of her mother's death She's so upset she blames her father for her death We meet others in Thomas's team including Margit Grankvist Staffan Nilsson forensic technician Aram Karin Sachsen and the Old Man the boss Mean while Nora had been given a project that put her under Jukka Heinonen as a lawyer showing how Finland and Sweden had merged and now they were selling their branches in Estonia Latvia and Lithuania Nora didn't like the deal because it involved receiving monies through banks that were legal but uestionable She's set up a meeting with her boss which didn't go rightAram had another idea that he wanted to bring up and that was that the 'New Sweden' was by far the group that the immigrants hated and were in the way of progress The people in the administration of it were by far the subjects in Jeanette Thiels papers These were by far the main focus of the story and were discussed in depth with all the trimmings that Viveca could come up with that made your gray cells ask uestions I won't spoil it for you but what a good read this was I gave it 4 stars out of 5


  5. says:

    In Harm’s Way the sixth book in Viveca Sten’s Sandhamn Murders series is an excellent murder mystery that’s at least as good as the earlier books I’ve given them all four star ratings but this one may be the best so farThe prime focus of the story is on the death of prominent journalist Jeanette Thiels on a Christmas Eve visit to Sandhamn When Jeanette’s body is found in the snow on the grounds of the Sailors Hotel on the day after Christmas the hotel staff contacts the police Detective Inspector Thomas Andreasson who is spending the holiday with his wife and infant daughter on the nearby island of Harö is called to investigate The cause of Jeanette’s death isn’t immediately apparent but Thomas suspects that she may have been murderedJeanette had spent her career reporting on dangerous and controversial subjects so the police theorize that someone may have killed her in order to prevent the publication of something she was working on The ultraconservative political group New Sweden especially draws their attention when Thomas and his colleagues discover that Jeanette had maintained numerous files about the group But they also learn that Jeanette had a very contentious relationship with her ex husband Michael The police profiler’s opinion that the killer most likely knew Jeanette well points to Michael as a prime suspect since he had both motive and opportunity But the clues are frustratingly far from clear As Thomas pursues his investigation with his partner Margit Grankvist and their colleagues Thomas’s friend Nora Linde has her holiday celebration with her family interrupted by a work dilemma that threatens the happiness and security she was only recently beginning to feel after her divorceFor me the Nora thread of the book has almost become a distraction In the first several books Nora was an integral part of the story as she was involved for one reason or another with Thomas’s murder investigations In the recent books Nora has become a peripheral player and it almost seems as if Sten no longer knows what to do with her In this book she plays a very minimal role in the investigation of Jeanette’s murder and her work dilemma is completely unrelated to it I assume that Nora is something of a stand in for the author herself as someone who spends much of her time living on Sandhamn and knows the place intimately We do get an insider’s look at Sandhamn through her eyes And for regular readers of the series it’s nice to see how Nora’s personal and family life develops as time goes by But to me Nora no longer feels like a necessary character But my view of Nora’s place in the book aside In Harm’s Way is a very enjoyable book The police procedural aspect of the story is very well done and the resolution of the mystery is exciting and satisfying If you like a good solid mystery story you’ll enjoy spending time watching Thomas and Margit and their colleagues at work as they try to identify a killer and get justice for Jeanette Thiels


  6. says:

    A 400 page book with 107 chapters The choppy organization disrupted the flow of the novel making it difficult to follow A journalist is found dead Christmas eve Suspicion falls to her ex who retains custody of their child but other suspects and motives exist The police immediately notice the lack of a computer in the journalist's hotel room leading them to suspect murder even before the autopsy reveals it While I like the setting I did not get a strong feel for it The police did not seem very developed I'm sure it's because it is a later book in the series and I read no earlier installments I received an advance electronic copy through NetGalley with the expectation of an honest review


  7. says:

    4 and 1 2 starsJeanette Thiels is a world famous journalist; traveling to all corners of the world reporting on corruption She receives a phone call that sends her fleeing to Sandhamn Island She barely makes the ferry and is not feeling well She checks into a hotel near the harbor In her room she can’t find her laptop She knows she packed it She is feeling worse; stomach pains rack her body She decides to make the appointment she has made for dinner in the restaurant She heads out into the worsening winter storm and collapses There she dies Thomas Andreasson is on the case He goes to inform Jeanette’s ex husband Michael of her death He says everything was fine Jeanette was always gone so he has sole custody of their daughter Alice Alice walks in and reacts badly to the news From Jeanette’s other friends Thomas learns that that is not the case Michael was controlling and mean to Jeanette; always shouting Nora Linde is Thomas’ occasional partner in his investigations She works at a bank in the legal department She was given a special assignment to vet the companies who want to do a deal with her bank At first she is very excited When she digs into the material she finds something odd She takes it to her immediate boss and he shrugs it off with a little sexual harassment to go along with it Meanwhile Thomas Margit and Aram are getting almost nowhere with the investigation into Jeannette Thiels’ death The pathologist confirms that it was murder but all their leads are getting them nowhere The interviewees are hiding something Thomas and Margit do something stupid and Aram does something dangerous All of the sudden Thomas puts some of the puzzle together In an exciting chase scene Thomas grabs ahold of the by then injured culpritMeanwhile Alice is along in the house when someone comes in and starts to search the house Alice has discovered what her mother was hiding She rushes about looking for a place to hide Confronted by the person who killed her mother she is locked in the bathroom while the home is set on fire The only thing disappointing about this book was that there wasn’t enough of Nora and Thomas investigating together in it The subplot about Nora and her bank was intriguing but I wasn’t so interested in it The book was very well written plotted and especially translated by Marlaine Delargy I like Thomas and appreciate his relationship with Pernilla and Elin The other characters in the book were interesting especially Pauline and Moore – who were pure evil They were characters you love to hate Ms Sten’s descriptions of the Swedish winter were picturesue and enthralling The reader can feel the bitter cold seeping through their bones There were enough twists and turns in this book to keep the reader guessing in spite of the reveal of the bad guys late in the book I want to thank NetGalley and Crossing for forwarding to me a copy of this wonderful book to me so that I may read enjoy and review it


  8. says:

    It being December I've been leaning toward reads with Christmas themes or snow and this checked both those boxes It's the sixth in a series and while it took a little to get into the ongoing travails of the detectives in the story I don't think it suffered any with me dropping in now and reading it as a standalone The descriptions of the setting really drew me in and gave a wonderful sense of place I also liked the way the story moved along There are 107 chapters but they're fairly short and I didn't feel bogged down The characters were well enough done and I was guessing a good deal about who did the murder I happened to enjoy how so many threads tied up neatly and I thought the murder was cleverly done I would read another in the series but not at the moment because it's December and I'm still looking for murder under mistletoe and crime secreted under snowdrifts


  9. says:

    Ok so I just realized this is a series? OopsThe main storyline was ok but Nora was kind of a useless character I don't know if she's contributed in the other books but I didn't care what was going on with her None of the things happening with Nora moved the plot along or anything and it didn't contribute anything to the book This was way longer than it needed to be everything was so drawn out and things only really started happening about 80% of the way through


  10. says:

    If you're interested in Scandinavia but don't like the trend to Scandi Noir you might want to check her out The books are set on a small island in the archipelago off Stockholm and they are primarily police procedurals although the detective gets help from his childhood friend an attorney with a vacation home on the islandThe latest In Harm's Way has a tricky plot so I won't reveal too much but a well known investigative journalist dies after retreating to a hotel on Sandholmn on Christmas Eve The plot ties together very well except for the subplot involving the attorney She has such a minor role and her subplot doesn't connect at all to the main plot so I ended up skimming her chaptersThere are some changes to the lives of the characters through the six books but I think they don't need to be read in order Apparently these are hugely popular in Sweden with a TV series based on them


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