Where were the clues? where was the story line, after skipping umpteen pages I decided that it wasnt worth carrying on reading the book.
Verdict: borring, clueless,a complete shambles. This is the second book I bought written by this author I should have learnt from the first one I read.
I selected one star because of the time it took to write the book.
The Cruel Stars of the Night Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||16 August 2012|
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Kjell Eriksson is among one of my favorite thrillers writers. Stories are well developed. For those who have not read any of his books, it is worth a try.
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A bit too obviousReviewed in Canada on 21 September 2013
While I like Ann Lindell and her compatriots on the police force, I found the construct of this mystery a bit too obvious.
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