Silence of the Grave - Arnaldur Indridason Reviews
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by - written on 04/01/07, updated on 04/01/07 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Since Henning Mankell's work came to my attention, I've become interested in Scandinavian crime fiction and have now read quite a lot of work by Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish authors. I had also heard of an Icelandic author called Arnaldur Indridason (I know Iceland isn't part of Scandinavia, but certainly literature-wise, it is often lumped in with other Scandinavian countries - to us foreigners at least), but until I came across this book in a charity shop recently, I hadn't managed to get hold of any of his work. I settled down in the knowledge that, according to the Daily Mail at least, if I liked Henning Mankell's work, I'd like this. I should add now that apart ... Read the complete review
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