>Anne Holt, "Death in Oslo" revisited.

>I reviewed this book in April, but as it has just been released in Britain, I will briefly remind my readers of Anne Holt´s fine series featuring Adam Stubo and Johanne Vik. I have enjoyed meeting Adam Stubo in all three books, but his wife´s behaviour has annoyed me somewhat because I think it is unlikely that any FBI profiler would be such a wimp. The third book is better in this respect: Johanne Vik finally shows some guts.

The story is also relevant, because a newly-elected American president visits Scandinavia. I sincerely hope President Barack Obama´s visit will be less dramatic, however!

Another amusing detail: Johanne Vik had expected the USA “… would elect an AfroAmerican before they accepted a woman.”

My reviews:
1) Punishment – aka What is Mine (2006)
2) The Final Murder – aka What Never Happens (2007)
3) Death in Oslo (2009)

About Dorte Hummelshøj Jakobsen

I am a Danish teacher. In my spare time I read, write and review crime fiction.
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