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I picked up this book with some trepidation The main women characters in the other two books I ve read in this series had some serious issues , as they say But in this novel, the protagonist, Rebecka, appears to have worked her way through the worst of her neuroses There s much to like in this installment The winter setting in northern Sweden provides a fitting backdrop to the murder mystery The chilling brutality in the description of the underwater murders in the opening section sets th I picked up this book with some trepidation The main women characters in the other two books I ve read in this series had some serious issues , as they say But in this novel, the protagonist, Rebecka, appears to have worked her way through the worst of her neuroses There s much to like in this installment The winter setting in northern Sweden provides a fitting backdrop to the murder mystery The chilling brutality in the description of the underwater murders in the opening section sets the tone for the novel The frozen landscape, like the characters, is inscrutable It s an apt metaphor for the closed off, taciturn characters, both investigators and killers When one of the victims appears as a ghost in a subsequent scene, I thought, Uh oh, this is going off the rails But I was mistaken The ghost s unique perspective is worked seamlessly into the action of the story, without giving away the mystery It s clear from the outset that the prime suspects are somehow involved The mystery is how and why they did it The presumed malefactors, a father and his younger son, live in a small, remote village inhabited by people who have spoken both Finnish and Swedish for generations These rough men from the back country who scorn law and order are like a kind of Swedish hillbilly They are lawless, cruel men who push around other family members and villagers with impunity In this novel Larsson takes us to a region of Scandinavia not well known in the anglophone world The cold world of this novel is a strange, alien place seemingly far from civilization In her dazzling descriptions and well crafted plot, Larsson makes this world come alive The book opens with a murder committed in the autumn that s hidden until the ice starts to melt in spring in Northern Sweden The dead girl is hanging around and trying to influence the investigation which sounds weird, but I liked it quite a bit Reading this book caused me to research Sweden during WWII they were officially neutral but still traded and supplied the Nazis for a couple of years mostly because of the 1939 Soviet invasion of Finland Many who worked with Germany hid their invol The book opens with a murder committed in the autumn that s hidden until the ice starts to melt in spring in Northern Sweden The dead girl is hanging around and trying to influence the investigation which sounds weird, but I liked it quite a bit Reading this book caused me to research Sweden during WWII they were officially neutral but still traded and supplied the Nazis for a couple of years mostly because of the 1939 Soviet invasion of Finland Many who worked with Germany hid their involvement after the war I d never considered neutral in terms of supplyit s not very neutral is it The U S must have thought itself neutral before Pearl Harbor but was certainly supplying the Allied war effort It had been 3 years since I read a book in this series I thought it might be tough to get into, but nope..there were lots of reminders to the drama in the previous books Another suspenseful murder mystery by Larsson Rebecca Martinson is a prosecutor in the north of Sweden The body of a young woman missing for 6 months turns up in a local river, but the boyfriend is still missing The mystery ends up having ties to the second World War and the Nazi presence in Sweden Central to the story is that there were Nazi collaborators in Sweden and a resistance movement that included Norwegians, Danes and Swedes Martinson doggedly pursues the case to a frightening endi Another suspenseful murder mystery by Larsson Rebecca Martinson is a prosecutor in the north of Sweden The body of a young woman missing for 6 months turns up in a local river, but the boyfriend is still missing The mystery ends up having ties to the second World War and the Nazi presence in Sweden Central to the story is that there were Nazi collaborators in Sweden and a resistance movement that included Norwegians, Danes and Swedes Martinson doggedly pursues the case to a frightening ending Asa Larsson is one of Sweden s Scandinavian Nordic top crime fiction writers right up there with Henning Mankell and Arnaldur Indridason for my money I ve read all her books and she just gets better and better with each one Her latest, UNTIL THY WRATH BE PAST, is her best to date.While typically dark and unsentimental like her contemporaries, her books also offer themes of hope, compassion and redemption This newest entry featuring Prosecutor Rebecca Martinson pits her and police detectiv Asa Larsson is one of Sweden s Scandinavian Nordic top crime fiction writers right up there with Henning Mankell and Arnaldur Indridason for my money I ve read all her books and she just gets better and better with each one Her latest, UNTIL THY WRATH BE PAST, is her best to date.While typically dark and unsentimental like her contemporaries, her books also offer themes of hope, compassion and redemption This newest entry featuring Prosecutor Rebecca Martinson pits her and police detective Anna Marie Mella starts off with the thoughts of a young woman named Wilma who, along with her boyfriend, was recently murdered This is not a spoiler of any sort, not to worry When her body is discovered in a nearby lake, the authorities are called in and soon Anna Marie and Rebecca find themselves pitted against shockingly evil adversaries The storyline floats between the current day events, including Wilma s thoughts, to events which took place decades ago and figure deeply into how and why the two young innocent people were so cruelly murdered.The story was heartbreaking, uplifting and breathtaking Highly recommended Fantastic detective novel with some magic realism thrown in It worked wonderfully. Noirdic Is that a word Nordic noir mystery Satisfying The writing is difficult to judge because you never know if the translation gets it all, but I liked it enough to readof this author. |Kindle ♇ Aż gniew twój przeminie ♏ Zakochani nastolatkowie, Wilma i Simon, nurkuj p n jesieni w jeziorze Vittangij rvi, na dnie kt rego spoczywa kilkudziesi cioletni wrak samolotu Kto uniemo liwia im wyj cie na powierzchni , blokuj c przer bl drzwiami M odzi ludzie gin pod lodem ledztwo prowadz komisarze Anna Maria Mella i Sven Erik Stalnacke I tym razem w cza si w nie Rebeka Martinsson Jednak najbardziej pomocna w rozwik aniu zagadki oka e si sama Wilma Jak to mo liwe A tajemnic w tej powie ci jest znacznie wi cej Wilma Persson and Simon Kyr disappears on a Winters day while diving in a lake in the icy weather When the first sign of Spring comes Wilma s body is found and Wilma makes her first visit to Prosecutor Rebecka Martinsson who starts to investigate the case with Inspector Anna Maria Mella The setting is small town northern Sweden with all the usual trappings of a rural community be it in Sweden or South Africa The community and how it functions form the background to the story The story i Wilma Persson and Simon Kyr disappears on a Winters day while diving in a lake in the icy weather When the first sign of Spring comes Wilma s body is found and Wilma makes her first visit to Prosecutor Rebecka Martinsson who starts to investigate the case with Inspector Anna Maria Mella The setting is small town northern Sweden with all the usual trappings of a rural community be it in Sweden or South Africa The community and how it functions form the background to the story The story is partially told by Wilma herself and constantly switched between today and the past as the intrigue around it unfolds Larsson uses this very effectively and gives very interesting background to the Swedish, Norwegian and German Nazi occupation during World War 2 I thoroughly enjoyed the tension and complexity of the story and it is great to see two strong female protagonists I got the idea that it might have been beneficial to have read the others in the series this is number 4 to fully understand the emotional complexities they are both dealing with and that impacts on the background on the story.As with a lot of the Nordic Noir books the area forms a big part of the story as does the climate and the cold and snow What did stand out for me about Larsson s writing is that it holds a lotemotion than any of the other Nordic Noir books I have read up to date She taps into and expresses the emotions of her characters and have the reader involved in the emotions leading up to and following most events in the book.A 9 10 for a great tension filled murder mystery I will without a doubt find her other books and read them My library didn t have any of the earlier entries in the series, so I can t be sure if they would have helped me feel a littlegrounded in the story It s a solid procedural, but there were a few too many characters to keep track of, and a few too many diversions in the story for my personal preference I d be interested in hunting down some of the earlier books to get a better sense of the characters. Until They Wrath Be Past by Asa Larsson Another good Nordic mystery taking place mainly in Finland, but also in Sweden At the beginning of the war Sweden feltstrongly about a relationship with Germany than the Russians making inroads into their area as was a problem in Finland Plenty of people made money off this including one family in particular in Finland A good picture, one you could relate to and know the characters, was presented of small village, rural Finland A plane was lost Until They Wrath Be Past by Asa Larsson Another good Nordic mystery taking place mainly in Finland, but also in Sweden At the beginning of the war Sweden feltstrongly about a relationship with Germany than the Russians making inroads into their area as was a problem in Finland Plenty of people made money off this including one family in particular in Finland A good picture, one you could relate to and know the characters, was presented of small village, rural Finland A plane was lost by Germany in this area which was the cause of one, possibly two of the murders There is some sentiment in this mystery and sort of a poetic justice Very worth reading Couldn t put it down, and it s not a real long book To the point and well done, although the descriptions of some of the countryside and forests of Finland were wonderful