He dressed himself in black jeans, a white shirt and a comfortable jacket, put on a pair of smart shoes he had had for three years, and considered the venues in the city centre that one of the women had mentioned.
He mixed himself two stiff drinks, which he drank as he watched TV and waited until it was time to go into town. He didn't want to set off too early - someone might notice him hanging around in a half-empty bar and he wanted to avoid that. The most import ant thing was to melt into the crowd, to go unnoticed, to be like everyone else. He mustn't be memorable
"Genuinely fascinating... A deeply compelling procedural that should provide Indridason an even wider audience than he already has found."
"Another deftly modulated murder puzzle from Indridason with terrific character portraits, many twists and a satisfying "aha!" moment."
"Fans of old-school sleuthing and new-school crime thrillers alike will relish this terrific read with its modern heroine but old-fashioned, meticulous approach."
“Outrage is further evidence that Indridason is one of the most brilliant crime writers of his generation.”
—The Sunday Times (UK)
Outstanding Praise for Arnaldur Indridason
“Indridason keeps readers guessing until the very last pages.”
—Washington Post Book World
“Arnaldur Indridason is already an international literary phenom. I can't wait for the next.”
“A commanding new voice . . . puts Iceland on the map as a major destination for enthusiasts of Nordic crime fiction.”
—Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
“A superb series . . . Expertly handled.”
“Arnaldur Indridason and Stieg Larsson produced two of the best crime novels this year."
—The London Times
“Henning Mankell and Arnaldur Indridason are two of the great names in Nordic crime fiction.”
—The Canberra Times (Australia)
"Every one of these writers is good [Hakan Nesser, Kjell Eriksson, Ake Edwardson, Helene Tursten, Karin Fossum], but in my book, Arnaldur Indridason is even better."
—Joe Queenen, Los Angeles Times
“A haunting and elegant novel . . . a writer of astonishing gravitas and talent."
“What’s Icelandic for “We have ourselves a winner?”
—The Wall Street Journal