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Ng genom Tidningsarkivet; hr finns bara digital information Vill du prenumerera p ngon av tidningarna rekommenderar vi Tidningsbut Den dubbla tystnaden Albert Bonniers Frlag ”Den dubbla tystnaden” r den sjunde delen i Mari Jungstedts succserie om kriminalkommissarie Anders Knutas och kollegan Karin Jacobsson som lser mord i den gotlndska idyllen Sent i juli ger ngra vnner frn ett villaomrde i Visby sig av p sin traditionella semestertripp Found this book uite boring A third of the book with preamble without saying very much The whole plot seemed very weak uninteresting 😣 The Rebellion ett villaomrde i Visby sig av p sin traditionella semestertripp Found this book uite boring A third of the book with preamble without saying very much The whole plot seemed very weak uninteresting 😣

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Den dubbla tystnaden

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Fr Den dubbla tystnaden Jungstedt Mari Not Retrouvez Den dubbla tystnaden et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Den dubbla tystnaden Anders Knutas by Mari Den dubbla tystnaden book Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers Den sjunde kriminalromanen med poliserna Anders Knutas och Kar Editions of Den dubbla tystnaden by Mari Jungstedt Editions for Den dubbla tystnaden Hardcover published in Pap Liked this better than some of her others perhaps because the annoying Emma Winarve is less in evidence The Gotland setting in this case mainly the even intriguing Fårö where the murders actually take place is wonderful beautifully described A group of 40 something friends arrange a trip to Fårö in connection with an Ingmar Bergman festival but tragedy strikes There are several red herrings and I did follow one of those to the wrong conclusion for uite a while The melodrama of what unravels in the loves of the group of friends is at odds with their comfortable enviable even lifestyle The detectives also have their problems and issues kept in the background but with a hefty clue that one at least is likely to cause problems in the next bookThis is no 7 in the series and it has really made me want to go to Gotland or even Fårö which sound lovely and not at all the place for multiple gruesome murders


10 thoughts on “Den dubbla tystnaden

  1. says:

    I have to admit I struggled with this oneI’m not sure if it’s in translation or just the book itselfThis is my first introduction to this author I thought personally that the book was filled with cotton wool than it should be What I mean with that is if you stuff too much cotton wool into a pillow for example it can be lumpy I thought this was lumpy for the first half of the bookNowthis is my review Others have loved itIt’s just not done anything for meThis is a book on my back TBR list At least I’ve given it a goThank you Random house UK


  2. says:

    Liked this better than some of her others perhaps because the annoying Emma Winarve is less in evidence The Gotland setting in this case mainly the even intriguing Fårö where the murders actually take place is wonderful beautifully described A group of 40 something friends arrange a trip to Fårö in connection with an Ingmar Bergman festival but tragedy strikes There are several red herrings and I did follow one of those to the wrong conclusion for uite a while The melodrama of what unravels in the loves of the group of friends is at odds with their comfortable enviable even lifestyle The detectives also have their problems and issues kept in the background but with a hefty clue that one at least is likely to cause problems in the next bookThis is no 7 in the series and it has really made me want to go to Gotland or even Fårö which sound lovely and not at all the place for multiple gruesome murders


  3. says:

    A decent book but the author freuently writes anonymous narrative sections I am not fond of this techniue Then at some point there is a big reveal and you find out who it is I would prefer to see everything from the eyes of the main police characters


  4. says:

    Another thrilling read by one of my favourite Swedish authors Especially the first 80 pages are very thrilling Something is about to happen but what and to whom? Later on I kept on reading because what exactly happened by whom and why? It's all about three befriended couples who are on a weekend trip together The couples are very close they live next to each other do shopping together babysit each other's kids go on holidays together It looks like an idyllic situation but is it really so?As ever the scene is set on the island of Gotland the main characters of the police force and journalists are the same their private lives evolving with each book Sometimes the description of their private lives gets to be just a bit too much As if the author wants to put too many stories inside her books But otherwise it is a very good read again and I saw there are still two of her books that have to be translated into Dutch so I will anxiously await themWeer een lekker spannend boek van één van mijn favoriete Zweedse schrijfsters Vooral de eerste 80 bladzijden ligt de spanning hoog Er staat iets te gebeuren maar wat en bij wie? Ook later blijft de spanning hoog want wat is er precies gebeurd waarom en door wie?Het gaat allemaal om drie bevriende stellen die een weekendje weg zijn met elkaar Ze zijn wel heel erg close met elkaar Ze wonen in dezelfde straat doen samen boodschappen passen op elkaars kinderen gaan samen op vakantie Een idyllisch plaatje maar is dat werkelijkheid? Zoals altijd speelt het verhaal zich af op het eiland Gotland met de vaste karakters bij de politie en in de journalistiek wiens privé levens ook uitgebreid aan bod komen in de boeken Dat wordt soms wel een beetje teveel gedaan naar mijn smaak Ik heb het idee dat de schrijfster te veel wil vertellen en laten ontwikkelen in haar boeken Er gebeurt gewoon te veel en te snel in de verschillende levens Afgezien daarvan is het gewoon weer een lekker leesboek Gelukkig staan er nog twee titels op de plank die blijkbaar nog vertaald moeten worden dus daar zal ik weer naar uitkijken


  5. says:

    Wonderful thriller mystery Mari Jungstedt is a pro She is one of Sweden's premier authors


  6. says:

    Addictive absorbing the Anders Knutas Crime thrillers are a must readThe Anders Knutas Series written by Mari Jungstedt and translated from the Swedish to English by Tiina Nunnally is an addictive nine book series for reader who are captivated like me with Crime Mysteries and Thrillers My review is of the entire series which I have just newly finished From Unseen the first novel in the series to The Fourth Victim the ninth novel each boast superb plots twists and turns and fabulously intriguing characters I have no intention of summarising each book's plot they each contain a brief summary inside the fly cover Personally I avoid reading the summary as I feel it gives too much away about the content of the novel Other readers might find the summary useful The publishers clearly think soThe strength of the series is such that no one book is better than another they are each a brilliant and totally absorbing read As with other Swedish writers of this genre the novels are so distinctively different from English and American novels of the same ilkThe series is based on the picturesue island of Gotland Sweden's largest island and the annual summer influx of masses of tourists makes for an interesting setting The capital of Gotland is Visby which possesses an excellently preserved medieval wall as well as most of the Island's native population and crime It is around Visby that the novels are largely centred The author Mari Jungstedt makes full use of the Island's variable geography rural economy and proximity to other Baltic counties in the books The Island's very changeable seasonal weather is also used by the author to good effect from novel to novelThe characters are very much three dimensional as are their lives and relationships with one another These relationships can become complex at times which only adds spice to the storiesThere are four main characters Chief Superintendent Anders Knutas or Knutie as he is affectionately known to some much to his annoyance; Karin Jacobsson Knutas's Deputy; Johan Berg Regional TV Reporter for Swedish TV and Pia Johan's very ambitious photographer who will stop at nothing to get the best photo or film footageThe novels can be read independently as they each contain sufficient information about earlier events to prevent the reader from getting lost However in my view they are best read in seuence to fully grasp the development of both characters and relationshipsThe variety and originality of the plots and sub plots makes this one of the best crime series written by a Swedish author Let's face it the Swedes boast an abundance of literary talent in this field and Mari Jungstedt is at the very top of the crop of their talented authors Buy a copy of Unseen and start reading I fell for Jungstedt's easy flowing distinctive narrative from the start and then ploughed my way through all currently translated books in the seriesUnfortunately the books aren't cheap to buy not at the date of this review anyway either in paperback or Kindle which is a pity since it makes them less affordable and hence accessible to all readers I was lucky as my local library had every book available to read in electronic form via Borrowbox But even at the prices uoted on you are guaranteed novels of uality And as point out the price is set by the publisher not themselvesA treat to read each novel is fully deserving of the Five Star rating I have given them I am certain that you will agree


  7. says:

    a superb mystery bogged won by lots of personal drama from the many characters that come and go in the Knutas universe pared back to its details and those involved this could have been a powerful tale i get the readers need for fictional drama in the fictional lives of the fictional characters but this book had a bit too much about relationshipsfamily for me a great plot that got muddied with tangents i do enjoy Knutas and Karin still don't like Johan but hope for pages dedicated to the crimescriminals


  8. says:

    The blurb promised a thriller but I did not experience any thrill There were so many points of view into the story that no character got much meat around their bones The mystery was small and the only way it could have been spun into a book of this length was through complicated relationships and many characters


  9. says:

    Found this book uite boring A third of the book with preamble without saying very much The whole plot seemed very weak uninteresting 😣


  10. says:

    I love the Knutas series but this book had little suspense and too elaborate and irrelevant descriptions about trivial and circumstantial things In my opionion


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