The first intercrim thriller to be broadcast on BBC Four, Spring 2013.
Sweden's elite are under attack.Two rich and powerful men have been murdered, and in the face of mounting panic - and media hysteria - a task force has been created to catch the killer.To his surprise, Detective Paul Hjelm, currently under investigation for misconduct after shooting a man who took the staff of an immigration office hostage, is summoned to join the new team.
But the killer has left no clues, even removing the bullets from the crime scenes, and Hjelm and his new teammates face a daunting challenge if they are to uncover the connection between the victims and catch the murderer before he kills again.
Published in the USA as Misterioso.
©1999 Jan Arnald published by agreement with the Salomonsson Agency. English Translation c.2011 Tina Nunnally (P)2011 Random House Audiobooks
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WHY IS THIS THE SAME BOOK AS THE FIRST IN SERIES BUT WITH ANOTHER NAME
"Err SAME BOOK AS MISTERIOSO ???"
If it hadn't been identical to Misteriosos!
No especially as it is remarkably similar to Misterioso!
It was identical word for word with his same narration of the Misterioso.
Yes it had. It was identical to the Misterioso
Anyway take it from me, If you enjoyed Misterioso you'll enjoy this !
Why are audible selling the same book twice under two titles, read by same narrator.
Is it just me but sometimes I just try a new author and then buy more if I like them. I don't often explore the literary history or background of the author. I'm really interested in the story I suppose not the author.
Anyway having listened to Misterioso, being book one of this Arne Darl series which I liked, I thought I'd try The Blinded Man.
Umm two identical recordings, different images different name, even different blurb. Have I missed something? Is it actually possible to tell from the website that these are the same?
"A slow burner"
A tale that unravels slowly but is worth sticking with. The narration will not be to everyone's taste, quite monotonous but again you forget about it once you get wrapped up in the story. A decent audiobook but not a patch on Jussi Adler Olsen's Department Q books.
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