While waiting my turn for the earlier books in this series, I decided to start with this one. Maybe it was a mistake. The mystery is very entertaining and the actual police procedural part very interesting, but the long passages of inner turmoil and self reflection bogged down. To be fair, it might be that I was not yet invested in the characters.
Pretty good murder mystery. I would recommend to any mystery fan.
This book #3 in the Inspector Van Veeteren series of ten books, the last three of which have not been translated into English as at early 2012 (as have none so far of the author’s subsequent Inspector Barbarotti series); the book is very civilized and quite enjoyable, but not quite as funny as the previous book in the series.
Cancer surgery doesn't impede Inspector Van Veeteren from getting his man.
Again, not enough details given, either in charaterizations or Van Veeteren's analyses, to allow the reader to play along.
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