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The Last Lullaby: Hammarby Book 3 by [Gerhardsen, Carin]
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Carin Gerhardsen writes so vividly, like she is painting with words, gripping your heart and soul in an ever-tightening tourniquet (Peter James)

The pages turn themselves, right up to the final startling twist (John Verdon)

The books are fast-paced and addictive: finely tuned pieces that virtually demand to be read in one sitting (Barry Forshaw)

About the Author

Carin Gerhardsen was born in 1962 in Katrineholm, Sweden. Originally a mathematician, she enjoyed a successful career as an IT consultant before turning her hand to writing crime fiction. Carin now lives in Stockholm with her husband and their two children, and is working on the Hammarby series, which began withThe Gingerbread House and Cinderella Girl and continues with The Last Lullaby.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1367 KB
  • Print Length: 330 pages
  • Publisher: Penguin (4 Jun. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KYDD49W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #119,549 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Another excellent book [ you do have to have read the previous 2 in the series to understand the developing plot re the detectives personal lives]. Carin manages again to be creepy and exciting . Its the type of story that actually is a page turner . A woman and her 2 children found stabbed in their beds , a missing police man , hidden truths about childhoods , disinterested fathers, facts that cannot be said , what lurks beneath and how the past will catch up with us one day. There are many coincidences and maybe a sense of being in the wrong place at the wrong time to make this story totally believable yet it had me on the edge of my seat for 2 days .
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Good read if you are pining for some Nordic Noir, but you need to read the other two books first or you'll miss out on some important character background. Not a bad ending all things considered, I enjoyed the major development of an already introduced secondary character. I will say one thing (POSSIBLE SPOILER), I can't wait for the author to get on with the ongoing character arcs introduced in the previous two books. I'm frankly rather curious about where she's going with Petra's situation.
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This is the third of in this series I have read in as many months and I am officially hooked on the plots and the characters and what will happen to them next.  With each book the cast of detectives have become more well rounded and complex as their back stories are revealed, influencing the way they behave and the actions they take, including occasionally distracting them from their investigations.
In the Last Lullaby they are searching for the killer of a mother and her two young children.  When the description above says brutal, it is, though not gory – just shocking.  It also seems to be totally random.  The team can’t seem to find any reason anyone would want to kill the family or any prime suspects, though there is a mystery man they are keen to find.  Adding to their frustration is the fact that a key member of their team has gone absent without giving notice, meaning they are resourced and Sonny is having to do a lot of the legwork himself, rather than leading.
As with the other books in the series, the story is told in days, with each day (or part of a day) being a chapter.  This can make them quite long but they are broken up by looking at what different characters are doing on that particular day/time.  I like how this makes it feel like the investigation is unfolding “real-time” – like I’m discovering things at the same time as the detectives.
The writing style is sparse, though there is probably a better word for it, with not a word wasted and the plot fairly simple, focusing on the one killing and the back story of one detective in particular.  It was, however, no les enjoyable as a result because it is well written and has a good pace – not really letting up till the end.   A real page turner – I liked this one a lot!
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Five stars for this book I could have given more if I could these story lines just get better every time hope there is more to follow
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Fantastic book, a great series. You really care about the characters, even if you don't agree with them. Great storytelling.
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