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Summary ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Johan Theorin Der Spiegel Bestseller erstmals als Taschenbuch Ein verwunschener Ort eine abgeschiedene Welt dunkler Mythen und Lege. SYNOPSISAs the last snow melts on the Swedish island of Öland Per Morner is preparing for his children's Easter visit But his plans are disrupted when he receives a phone call from his estranged father Jerry begging for help Per finds Jerry close to death in his blazing woodland studio He's been stabbed and two dead bodies are later discovered in the burnt out building The only suspect Jerry's work partner is confirmed as one of the dead But why does Jerry insist his colleague is still alive And why does he think he's still a threat to his life When Jerry dies in hospital a few days later Per is determined to find out what really happened But the closer he gets to the truth the danger he finds himself in And nowhere is dangerous than the nearby uarry I loved Johan Theorin's and and this the third novel doesn't disappoint Johan Theorin's main character Gerlof Davidsson is moving out of the care home that he moved into in earlier novels He's fed up doing nothing sitting waiting to see who will be next resident to be wheeled out on a stretcher to the hospital or funeral homeHe moves back to his cottage near the island's uarry to live alone but close by are a number of 'holiday homes' and their part time residents Gerlof becomes entangled in the dark troubling secrets surrounding his neighbours as the past and the present intertwine This is mirrored in the development of tourism and its effect on the island its inhabitants and the ‘old ways’ Theorin is such a wonderful writer you become totally immersed in his words His characters plotting and the depictions of family relationship are exuisite But it is the atmosphere the author creates soaking his stories in the wonderful sinister magic of the Swedish island of Öland a place of dark myths folklore and legend The reader can almost feel the watery weak arrival of Spring after the brutal winter and the sweet wind rushing over the Alvar The location is like being on the edge of the world one of those places where the sky meets the sea beautiful mysterious but ever so slightly disturbing Perfection

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Read & Download Blodläge Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç ➺ [Download] ➶ Blodläge By Johan Theorin ➻ – Der Spiegel Bestseller erstmals als Taschenbuch Ein verwunschener Ort eine abgeschiedene Welt dunkler Mythen und Legenden Und ein ungebetener Gast der vor aller Augen ermordet wird Von einem grausamen Familiengeheimnis und tapferen Helden die nicht umhinkommen die Sagen ihrer Insel ernst zu nehmen. The third of Johan Theorin's Oland uartet is even better than the first two in the series it seems he gets better with every book he writes He begins with a collection of characters and the events that govern their lives each developing a strong sub plot all seemingly unrelated As the story proceeds the characters and sub plots begin to intertwine creating a build up of mystery and suspense The reader really cares about the characters and what happens to them A superior read that builds in tension to a climax that has the reader staying up late at night to discover the ending which is far from disappointing Theorin is an author who comes highly recommended a must read His uartet is better read in seuence Each one stands alone but a shared main character makes reading them in seuence much enjoyable

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BlodlägeNden Und ein ungebetener Gast der vor aller Augen ermordet wird Johan Theorin erzählt in seinem neuen Kriminalroman. Although I do believe that his first book was the best I really enjoyed this oneThe uarry book #3 in Theorin's Öland uartet follows in the footsteps of his first two most excellent novels Echoes from the Dead and The Darkest Room Once again Theorin has delivered a winner set on the island of Öland in Sweden It is the Spring segment of the uartet beginning in the month of MarchAs the novel opens Gerlof Davidsson a recurring character in these books currently living in a retirement home on the island decides after watching the undertakers come to take away a fellow resident that he just wants to go home to Stenvik He has a small cottage he's 83 and figures it's better to be at home for his remaining years He whiles away the time making ships in a bottle for which he is uite well paid But there are a few new faces in the neighborhood on Gerlof's return in the small cottage of his old friend Ernst now lives Per Mörner divorced father of two who does market research for a living Per's daughter Pernilla is uite ill so he makes the best of his time with the two children at the cottage until she absolutely must be hospitalized In one of the two new luxury homes on the eastern side of the nearby uarry live Max and Vendela Larsson Max authors self help books and is currently engaged in writing a cookbook; Vendela grew up on the island and has decided that the time is right to return after having been away for a long timePer's only other relative is his father Jerry Morner a name he took on for himself earlier but Jerry lives alone elsewhere and has had a stroke so doesn't communicate well Per is estranged from his father for the most part although he had promised his mother that he would look out for him One day Per gets a call from his father and driving out to see him just happens to arrive as Jerry's house goes up in flames clearly a move motivated to cause Jerry's death Although Jerry's dad comes out relatively okay two people were left in the house to die The police realize right away that it's a case of both arson and murder and now Per decides to take Jerry home with him to the cottage in Stenvik He is reluctant to do so; their estrangement was caused by Jerry's less than savory past career as a photographer And from here the storyline cuts into several directions Per begins to investigate his father's past so as to try to figure out who would want to hurt him; Vendela's past life on the island becomes a story of its own; Gerlof Davidsson now home decides maybe it's time to read his dead wife's old diaries Theorin alternates between the three plotlines alternating the present with the past putting together a haunting story where all the threads come together toward the end of the novel This constant interweaving of past with present is a signature trait of Theorin's writing and he does it well While you're reading in the present you want to go back to the past and vice versa And all along he envelops his reader in a dense atmosphere that becomes palpable the further in the story you go Of all of the Swedish writers I've read Theorin is the best at placing his readers into the local scene so that you see each tree feel the weight of the stones in the uarry and hear feet crunching in the snow Seriously this author's forté is his great evocation of a sense of place but not far behind are his characterizations Each and every person in this novel has a distinct personality with his or her own internal issues problems emotions all of which come through clearly and realistically so that it is easy to engage with all of them rather than just a few here or there And Theorin's incorporation of local myth and legend is at the same time imaginative and rational and adds another dimension to the plotlines And let me add that the translator has done a great job I would imagine that it's not easy to convey the depth of atmosphere in a language change but somehow she's managed to do soThe uarry will hook the reader at page one and keep him or her reading until the book is finished The suspense builds slowly throughout the story until you're so caught up in the story that you cannot put the book down even though it weighs in at 400 pages I should know; I stayed up an entire night until the book was over because I couldn't wait to see what the heck was going to happen next the action moves uickly from scene to scene so that the length of the book just doesn't matter You don't really need to have read the first two novels beforehand but why wouldn't you I'd definitely recommend this novel to readers of Scandinavian crime fiction readers of atmospheric crime fiction in general and especially to anyone who might want to try Theorin as an author for the first time