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The Killing 3 Audio Download – Unabridged

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Format: Paperback
This is not like other attempts at The Book Of The Film. It's not just put together by some hack with a copy of the screenplay. Hewson is a noted thriller author in his own right.

Having stuck like glue to the TV series, this and the other books proved very rewarding. They help to flesh out the familiar characters, give a more tangible sense of time passing in the saga and, above all, serve to explain the plots more clearly. I for one frequently found myself in a fog from one week to the next following the TV series!

I'll be seeking out Hewson's other work from now on.
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An absorbing and intriguing thriller.Good story line with plenty of twists and turns.I enjoyed it but I might have been a bit lost had I not read the previous "Killing" novels first;there was considerable reference back to previous cases personnel and circumstances.
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An excellent read yet again the 3 books have been outstanding crime, politics, iintriguing, who done it, pulls no punches on the political game, how very dirty that game is in all countries, I am very disappointed there is not a 4th, book 3 ended correctly, but it would be very interesting how the main character Lund got on in life.
l am now watching the Danish trilogy dvd series.
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Format: Hardcover
When I read that David Hewson had written a novel based on the Danish TV series, The Killing, and despite Hewson being an established and respected writer of detective crime fiction (set in Italy) I was still reluctant to purchase the book. However, thanks to excellent reviews in the media and recommendations from book stores I decided to invest. It is unusual for a book to be based on a TV series but Hewson has risen to the challenge with remarkable skill and having thoroughly enjoyed both The Killing 1 and 2 I had no hesitation in buying Hewson's adaption of the third and final part of the Danish series.

This novel is once again a tour de force for David Hewson and while the atmosphere of the series is masterfully reproduced and the plot is almost identical, Hewson himself has said that the adaptations are works of fiction in their own right and consequently, The Killing 3 is a fascinating story and a stand alone novel. If you have seen The Killing 3 on television then you can expect quite a few surprises and a completely different ending.

To paraphrase the plot, Sarah Lund is contacted by her ex-lover, Mathias Borch, now working with National Intelligence who fears that what was first considered a random killing on the docks could quite well turn out to be the precursor of an assassination attempt on the Prime minister, Troels Hartmann. A shipping and oil company, Zeeland , owned by billionaire Robert Zeuthen becomes the focus of attention.

When Zeuthen's 9 year-old daughter is kidnapped the investigation takes on a new complexion as it soon becomes clear that her abduction is linked to the murder of a young girl in Jutland some years earlier.
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Having read and thoroughly enjoyed books 1 & 2 it was inevitable I would want Book 3. I was not disappointed, this is a brilliant crime story interwoven with political and big business intrigue. Lund continues to fight her own family demons whilst being involved with a "kidnapping" which eventually leads to a child serial killer. This is as good and perhaps better than the others with a very dramatic ending. This was a fantastic trilogy and I would highly recommend.
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Another fantastic read from David Hewson. I have read all three Killing books and they are all equally brilliant.

The plots twist and turn so much I am always left quite breathless until the very end.

I just love Sarah Lund, who is flawed, complicated but above all a brilliant detective. I really like her instinct and logic applied to the case In hand and I really really hope there is a book 4. Borsch and Brix are just brilliant characters and I would also like to see how the potentially very good Juncker progresses.

Thumping good read and highly recommended.
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Sara Lund as her dysfunctional best with the usual political intrigue surrounding the story. I had watched the televised version of this book and it pre-warned me of the storyline. The book is well written and is a good sequel to the previous two versions although it looks like David Hewson will have to find another heroine to replace Lund given the finale of this one. If you like the Scandinavian stories you will like this.
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David Hewson was the perfect choice to adapt Soren Sveistrup's screenplays into novels. His writing style makes reading these books just as compulsive as watching the series.

If you've ever been curious about subtitles and tried them, you'll have discovered that very often the complete dialogue is missing, but these books give you the whole story, make the fast-moving action much easier to follow and the storyline more satisfying.

I have all three series on DVD and in books. They complement one another beautifully.
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