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[Reading] ➵ Marekors ➼ Jo Nesbø – Tyrakel.de A young woman is murdered in her Oslo flat One finger has been severed from her left hand and behind her eyelid is secreted a tiny red diamond in the shape of a five pointed star a pentagram the devilA young woman is murdered in her Oslo flat One finger has been severed from her left hand and behind her eyelid is secreted a tiny red diamond in the shape of a five pointed star a pentagram the devil's starDetective.

Harry Hole is assigned to the case with his long time adversary Tom Waaler and initially wants no part in it But Harry is already on notice to uit the force and is left with little alternative but to drag himself out.

marekors book Marekors KindleHarry Hole is assigned to the case with his long time adversary Tom Waaler and initially wants no part in it But Harry is already on notice to uit the force and is left with little alternative but to drag himself out.

10 thoughts on “Marekors

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleI enjoyed The Devil’s Star and in general I enjoy Nesbo However he has this tendency to suddenly kinda stray from the story and go into what feel like stream of consciousness rambles that only kinda make sense in context to the book In these rambles he will suddenly get excessively specific – using terms for things the average person is not likely to use in daily conversation Also during these side rants he tends to add explicit sexual content Others may not find this odd or may not even notice it but every time I have read a Nesbo it stands out to meHere is an example if Mary Had a Little Lamb was retold by Nesbo – keeping in mind that my goal here is to mainly just share what we have come to know and love in the first verse of the classic nursery rhyme“Mary had a little lambIts fleece was white as snowAnd every where that Mary went; especially as she trave


  2. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors Kindle”Harry had felt the gnawing ache for alcohol from the moment he woke up that morning First as an instinctive physical craving then as a panic stricken fear because he had put a distance between himself and his medicine by not taking his hip flask or any money with him to work Now the ache was entering a new phase in which it was both a wholly physical pain and a feeling of blank terror that he would be torn to pieces The enemy below was pulling and tugging at the chains the dogs were snarling up at him from the pit somewhere in his stomach beneath his heart God how he hated them He hated them as much as they hated him” Fassbender is Harry HoleHarry Hole has always been a heavy drinker but the longer he has been a cop the baggage he has acuired which has recently escalated his drinking from the problem stage to the critical stage If he could stop being a cop maybe he would drink l


  3. Felice Felice says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleWhile a huge chunk of the planet has made Stieg Larrsson the new JK Rowling I have been attending a different church The House of Jo Nesbo Harry Hole is Nesbo's man He's a loner he drinks he's prickly he doesn't like authority and cannot successfully sustain a romantic relationship In other words he has all the attributes of the cliche copper according to detective fiction What makes him different? Jo Nesbo In another writer's hands Harry would be t


  4. Lyn Lyn says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleThe Devil’s Star is a demonstration of a talented writer hitting his stride and making it look easyNesbo’s creation of Harry Hole a brilliant investigator but also an alcoholic and a difficult team member made him a writer to watch and invited comparisons with his wildly successful fellow Scandinavian writer Stieg Larsson Oslo’s sullen and damaged detective is drawn in classic noir style and exhibits a representative example of the Nordic noir genre “dark storylines and bleak urban settings” Nesbo’s ubiuitous descriptions of Oslo is also an endearing element; Oslo is Hole’s town and like policeman the world over his protective instincts are territorialThe first four Hole novels are all good but inconsistent highlighted by the third in the series 2000’s The Redbreast Nesbo graduates from journeyman status in this novel The Devil’s star is a taut r


  5. James Thane James Thane says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleThis is another excellent complex thriller from Jo Nesbo featuring his tormented protagonist Oslo homicide detective Harry Hole This story continues a number of developments that were set into motion in the last Hole novel Nemesis when someone close to Harry was murdered Harry knows who the killer is but cannot produce the evidence to make the case and it appears that the killer is going to go unpunishedThe effect on Harry is brutal As the book opens he has descended into an alcoholic haze and has alienated virtually everyone around him including his lover and his most ardent defender on the police force He is constantly drunk barely able to function and only days away from losing his jobHarry hits rock bottom in the middle of a sweltering summer in Oslo when many of the other detectives are on holiday attempting to escape the


  6. Barbara Barbara says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleIn this 5th book in the 'Harry Hole' series the Norwegian detective is chasing a nefarious serial killer The book can be read as a standalone but knowledge of the characters is a bonusA serial killer is murdering people around Oslo taking a finger from each body and leaving a star shaped diamond Detective Harry Hole is assigned to work the case with a colleague he despises Detective Tom Waaler Harry is convinced Waaler is a dirty cop who murdered Harry's former partner but he can't prove it Moreover Harry's cont


  7. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleExcuse me while I put on a helmet and some body armorsee some of my friends here really like this book and this series and some were apparently waiting to see what I was going to sayWell I wasn't overly thrilled with it I mean how can a book about a serial killer leave me someah First there's the protagonist a worn out guy who does his own thing no matter what it costs others That's a uote from the bookHe goes along till the climax of course with the go ahead and fire me attitude we all love so much in our protagonists who are also burned out while being all in all sort of blah anywayI followed the book along and I'm sorry people but I was freuently bored I'm not sure if some


  8. Edward Lorn Edward Lorn says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleThis book couldn't have ended any better I was hooting and hollering and cheering my ass off My wife and I were supposed to finish MINDHUNTER tonight but I got to reading this and forgot all about that I don't read Nesbø for the plot His stories are pretty basic mysterythriller material all aside from THE REDBREAST That one had a wonderfully original plot for a crime novel I also dug all the bouncing around in time that one did But that was book three Now I'm on book five and I've found that I at some point in time came to truly care about


  9. Will Byrnes Will Byrnes says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleIn Oslo our hero the very very human Inspector Harry Hole is trying to survive his alcoholism one day at a time or is that one bottle at a time? But self medicating against regular nightmares about horrific events in his past cannot kill the pain or l


  10. Harry Harry says:

    ePUB Marekors Epub µ Ú tyrakel.de marekors book, Marekors KindleHere's the thing about the recent popularity of Scandinavian writers and if you're a Nordic Thriller aficionado you couldn't care less about the distinction the novels are depressed somber filled with ennui a lack of humor with flawed characters if not suffused with a strong tendency towards determinism; in short whether you're reading Stieg Larsson Henning Mankell or Jo Nesbo you are likely reading Literary Naturalism If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the course ennui is imbued into the populace as it is also reflected in the works of prominent Russian writers Anna Karenina comes to mind Just as we continue to struggle here in the States with our history of sla


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