Monday, July 2, 2012

Black Skies, by Arnaldur Indridason

Harvill Secker, 2012 (UK)
originally published as Svörtuloft, 2009
translated by Victoria Cribb
330 pp
(American release date??)

[NOTE: Since this month's reads are all covered under the umbrella of "by-the-pool reads" with no specific targeted focus, I'll be posting the review links for crime fiction, nonfiction and weird fiction here and not just on the sidebar as usual]. 

For Scandinavian crime fiction fans, especially for followers of Arnaldur Indridason's wonderful Erlendur series novels, Black Skies is a no-miss. Even though Erlendur is still absent from the Reykjavik police headquarters, the novel is still a very good read.  The review is posted over at the Crime Segments portion of my reading journal.

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