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Interresting analogy with the redbrest bird, it's resilience, through out the narative of this complicated and captivating story.Published 3 months ago by Pierre Lambert
As usual with Jo Nesbo's books there are lots of twists and turns and he has you guessing right until the end 'whodunit'.Published 5 months ago by AvidReader
Great book and fully recommended, it should be noted that I am a big Jon Nesbo fan. this book keeps you guessing all of the time and is full of surprises. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ken Foxcroft
Superb example of the Nordic fiction so deservedly popular today.
His works are all a surprise at the end, never quite guessed till it's over.
For a first novel, Nesbo's 'The Redbreast' offers a reader everything he or she might want in a psychological thriller: an intricate and well-managed plot, well-honed characters,... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ian Gordon Malcomson
This book was recommended to me and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Getting used to some of the names was hard at first but once I got used to this I let the story take over and found the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by email@example.com
Very well written story and will be looking for more of the harry hole novels in the future. Was difficult to put down!Published on Jan. 9 2013 by AMCP