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A lavish and riveting thriller from one of Norway's foremost crime writers.

A frozen body, a murdered biker and a lawyer with nothing left to lose.

In the depths of the Norwegian winter, a woman's frozen corpse is discovered in the garden of a notorious ex-lawyer, Vilhelm Thygesen. She has been stabbed to death.

A young biker, a member of a gang once represented by the lawyer, is found dead in suspicious circumstances.

Thygesen starts receiving anonymous threats and becomes ensnared in a web of violence, crime and blackmail that spreads across Northern Europe.

Does the frozen woman hold the key?

©2001 Original title: Den frosne kvinnen © 2001, Forlaget Oktober A/S English translation copyright © Don Bartlett English translation published with the financial support of NORLA © 2017, Oldcastle Books Ltd (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • 11-29-17

Slow and tedious but well read

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I found the book very disjointed and often tedious.Normally I look forward to turning on the book when I jump in my car but this book brought me no joy. it is slow paced and many of the names sound the same so it can be quite confusing,

Would you ever listen to anything by Jon Michelet again?

Perhaps - if only to see if he can write anything different.

Have you listened to any of Sean Barrett’s other performances? How does this one compare?

he is always a brilliant reader and is the reason why I chose the book in the first place.

Was The Frozen Woman worth the listening time?

Probably not. I nearly stopped listening on a number of occasions.

Any additional comments?

Not a book I would recommend. It may be better in print where you can turn back to check the characters and who they are.