Wasn't sure when I started this - wasn't crazy about the narrator at first. But, the story got better and better. Its turned out to be one of my favorites. If you feel like I did at first stick with it - its worth it.
Commercial Real Estate Appraiser since 1971, graduate of University of Oregon, four grandchildren, wonderful wife.
Sad to hear this author is deceased, he was excellent with both this and The Girl Who Played with Fire. I hope you will carry the final episode in the trilogy.
I found that my mind would wander with boredom at times during the reading. It is a creative story, perhaps a little much for one book
A thrilling book, with dynamic characters and plot, but I was disappointed about the graphic rape scene in the middle of the book. So much detail was unnecessary.
It's a great murder mystery, but the more interesting story is the character Salandar who sneaks into the story.
i found this story kind of dragging at first, a lot of foundation work i suppose. but i'm glad i stuck it out, it was a great story.