Bad Blood

Bad Blood

[a Crime Novel]

Book - 2013
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Detectives Paul Hjelm and Kerstin Holm of the Swedish Intercrime unit investigate the torturing death of a literary critic whose murderer escaped to Stockholm, a case with sinister ties to a presumed-dead serial killer.
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, ©2013.
ISBN: 9780375425363
Characteristics: 341 pages ;,22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Willson-Broyles, Rachel - Translator


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Mar 14, 2014

This was a very good book, and I enjoy swedish mystery books, I like the way they write. Dahls' Paul Hjelm
is flawed but likeable and the premiss
that Dahl uses for the creation of a serial killer is thought provoking
a most enjoyable read. I am in the process of reading his first book Misterioso hope it is just as good as his second book.

ChristchurchLib Jan 13, 2014

"The "Kentucky Killer," a sadist who likes to torture his victims, has been presumed dead for decades. But he appears to have struck again - this time in an airport, taking his victim's seat on a flight to Stockholm and escaping police at his destination. As Swedish bodies begin to pile up thanks to yet another American import (the feared Americanisation of Swedish culture being a weighty theme), Stockholm's A-Unit finds themselves always a step behind, with few clues to the killer's true identity - or his whereabouts. Distinctive characters and touches of dark humour are only two of the appeals of this intelligent, resonant book, the second in the Intercrime series (which itself is the basis for the BBC program Arne Dahl)." Thrillers and Suspense January 2014 newsletter

Sep 26, 2013

95% engaging and exciting; 5% torture porn. Dahl's descriptions of the serial killers' methods is painfully explicit--more than some readers will care for.

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