• 66° North

  • A Magnus Iceland Mystery
  • By: Michael Ridpath
  • Narrated by: Seán Barrett
  • Length: 12 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Iceland, 1934. Two boys playing see something they shouldn't have. The consequences will haunt them and their families for generations. 

Iceland, 2009. The credit crunch bites. The currency has been devalued, savings annihilated, lives ruined. Grassroots revolution is in the air, as is the feeling that someone ought to pay.... And in a country where everyone knows everybody, it isn't hard to draw up a list of exactly who is responsible. And then, one by one, to cross them off. 

Iceland 2010. As bankers and politicians start to die, at home and abroad, it is up to Magnus Jonson to unravel the web of conspirators. But while Magnus investigates the crimes of the present, the crimes of the past are catching up with him.

©2011 Michael Ridpath (P)2012 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Here it is - a great Icelandic Noir. Hours of
story telling at it best. From a slow-to-boring
beginning to a thoroughly satisfactory conclusion the author so cleverly works bit
of magic on his reader. The narrator is
outstanding. I promise, there are mysterious
mulrders in it, no gore.