An Inspector Erlendur NovelAn Inspector Erlendur Series (Volume 7)
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On Sale: 08/27/2013
ISBN: 9781250037749288 Pages
Author of Jar City and Hypothermia
An Inspector Erlendur Novel
Arnaldur Indriðason is universally recognized as one of the top Scandinavian crime novelists writing today, and in Outrage he is at the top of his form.
Haunted by personal demons, Detective Erlendur decides to take a short leave of absence, putting his female assistant, Elínborg, in charge while he is gone. When a disturbing case lands on her desk, Elínborg is quickly thrust into a world of violent crime. The murdered man turns out to be a serial rapist, and Elínborg must overcome her feelings of disgust for the victim if she wants to catch his killer before he strikes again.
With exceptional prose, heart-pounding suspense, and a mystery that is not solved until the last page, Indriðason fans everywhere will be thrilled to return to Reykjavik in this outstanding crime novel.
OUTRAGE (Chapter 1)
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.
Praise for Outrage
“Indriðason fills the void that remains after you've read Stieg Larsson's novels.” —USA Today
“A superb series...Expertly handled.” —Chicago Sun-Times
“Genuinely fascinating...A deeply compelling procedural that should provide Indriðason an even wider audience than he already has found.” —Booklist (starred)
“Another deftly modulated murder puzzle from Indridason with terrific character portraits, many twists and a satisfying "aha!" moment.” —Kirkus
“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.” —Library Journal
“Outrage is further evidence that Indridason is one of the most brilliant crime writers of his generation.” —The Sunday Times (UK)-
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Read the Kirkus Review of OUTRAGE . Who could have killed the mercurial young man with no enemies...and no friends? - Kirkus Reviews