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Misterioso En svensk finansmand findes myrdet i sit hjem S findes endnu en Og alt tyder p , at det kommer til at forts tte Rigskriminalpolitiet etablerer hurtigt en specialenhed best ende af seks h ndplukkede politifolk fra hele Sverige Man d ber enheden A gruppen Rigskriminalpolitiets specialenhed for voldskriminalitet med internationale aspekter De st r over for et mysteriumHvem er det, der sidder i svenske finansm nds stuer, lytter til jazz, skyder dem med to kugler i hovedet og ikke efterlader sig spor Hvad er det, han vil Medierne d ber ham Magtmorderen, og da sporene begynder at pege i retning af den russiske mafia, finder A gruppen en bningMisterioso er f rste bind i serien om Paul Hjelm og A gruppen Det er en t t og velkomponeret kriminalroman, som sk rer dybt i den svenske samtid

About the Author: Arne Dahl

Arne Dahl is the pen name of Jan Arnald, an internationally known Swedish crime author and literary critic His writing can also be seen in the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter He published Barbarer 2001 and Maria och Artur 2006 under his own name, but under his pseudonym he has written the A gruppen Intercrime series, involving the A team, a group highly trained in dealing with criminal cases in Sweden.

10 thoughts on “Misterioso

  1. Bonnie Brody Bonnie Brody says:

    Misterioso by Arne Dahl is a unique and wonderful book It is part mystery, part police procedural, part existential philosophy and part comedy There is something so distinctive about this book that it resists categorization On the surface, it is a mystery but so much of the novel lies below the surface, getting into the characters minds and thoughts as they live their lives and work

  2. Skip Skip says:

    Detective Paul Hjelm finds himself in a hostage situation, and for the first time in his life, shoots someone, after feigning being unarmed Hailed as a hero by the press, his tactics are under review by the police department however, he is asked to join a task force of misfits to capture someone who is methodically killing high profile business leaders in Sweden breaking into their ho

  3. Katy Katy says:

    Please Note I read and reviewed this book in May, 2011 from a copy I received from theVine program in exchange for an honest review Just adding formatting and that disclosure All opinions are my own.About the Book Misterioso is the first in the A Group series from Arne Dahl, a published author in his native Sweden You can tell he is an experienced writer by how smoothly this story runs,

  4. Nancy Oakes Nancy Oakes says:

    Between a 3.5 and a 3.75, rounded up.Misterioso is very different from normal Scandinavian crime fare, but still good I liked it, with a couple of reservations see below.Misterioso is another fine example of Scandinavian crime fiction, this timeof a police procedural with a few twists and turns along the way There is definitely no measure of cutesiness to be found in this book it s police

  5. Icewineanne Icewineanne says:

    This is a police proceedural crime novel The story is about a special team that is assembled to find out who is killing prominent businessmen in Sweden I enjoyed the beginning ending of the story, but found the middle just too dry The crime team spent quite a bit of time examining each of victims connections to each other through their corporations, subsidiaries holding companies, along wit

  6. Paul Secor Paul Secor says:

    Too many characters and a plot with too many convolutions Jazz fans may have an interest in reading this because Thelonious Monk s 1958 Five Spot recording of Misterioso with a bootlegged addition plays a part in the book I have the feeling that Arne Dahl is a jazz fan who used his musical interests as a part of the novel, though I could be way off base about that It did seem a bit far fetche

  7. Ellie Ellie says:

    Misterioso by Arne Dahl is the first in a Swedish series called The A Team Despite this to me somewhat unfortunate name, the book is interesting and suspenseful I found, however, the first part of the book which follows the hero, Peter Hjelm, who rockets to hero when resolving a hostage drama to villain the hostage taker was an immigrant which leads to charges of prejudice on the part of Hjelm

  8. Jim Fonseca Jim Fonseca says:

    Someone is knocking off Sweden s most rich and powerful men, one by one Who is doing it and what is the connection among these men Whoever it is leaves no clues behind and even removes the bullets The only thing we know is that the person listens to a tape of Theloneous Monk s jazz piece of the book s title As the case gets solved we follow several detectives and learn a bit about their personal

  9. Cathy DuPont Cathy DuPont says:

    NoI m not turning into a Scandinavian groupie but it s sure looking like it I read Bad Blood which was excellent giving it five stars and this one was great as well However, as seen by the four stars, didn t blow me out of the water like Bad Blood If you haven t put your toe into this genre of writing, it might be time.

  10. Bruce Hatton Bruce Hatton says:

    A gripping and occasionally hilarious thriller about a disparate group of dedicated but eccentric police officers and their attempts to catch a bizarre serial killer Nordic Noir with a distinct twist of black humour.

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