Nightblind

Dark Iceland, Book 2
Narrated by: Will Damron, Richard Powers
Series: Dark Iceland, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 33 mins
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Ari Thór Arason is a local policeman whose tumultuous past and uneasy relationships with the villagers in an idyllically quiet fishing village in Northern Iceland - where no one locks their doors - continue to haunt him.

The peace of this close-knit community is shattered by the murder of a policeman - shot at point-blank range in the dead of night in a deserted house. With a killer on the loose and the dark Arctic winter closing in, it falls to Ari Thór to piece together a puzzle that involves tangled local politics, a compromised new mayor, and a psychiatric ward in Reykjavík where someone is being held against their will.

Then a mysterious young woman moves to the area, on the run from something she dares not reveal, and it becomes all too clear that tragic events from the past are weaving a sinister spell that may threaten them all.

©2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc. (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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good series. titles out of order

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Book 2 is actually 3. 3 is 2. Still a very good read.

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Glad there were two narrators

I read this book right after I finished his book Snowblind. It has two narratives. One is of Ari Thor trying to solve the murder of a fellow police officer. The other is the diary of a young man in a mental institution. The story with Ari Thor was good, but the book could have done without the diary. Thankfully, they different narrators for the different stories.

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