- Paperback: 442 pages
- Publisher: People's Press (12 Jun. 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8771809031
- ISBN-13: 978-8771809039
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.8 x 20.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 55 customer reviews
Under a Black Sky: Part of the Daniel Trokics Series Paperback – 12 Jun 2017
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About the Author
Inspired by the Darkness Inger Wolf is an International Bestselling Danish mystery and thriller writer. Her first mystery novel, Dark Summer, for which she was awarded the Danish Crime Academy's debut prize, was published in 2006. Since then, her bestselling books have been translated into several languages. She loves to travel and get inspiration to her books from all over the world, but lives in the outskirts of the town of Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark, close to the forest and the sea. In this beautiful place, she got a degree in English and worked as a translator for many years. Today, Inger Wolf works as a full-time author. The household also includes a dog called Harry Hole, named after one of her favorite detectives, and a cat called Mis (Kitty). Books to date: On the Side (Danish) Dark Summer (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Dutch, French, Spanish) Frost and Ashes (Danish, Norwegian, German, Dutch, Spanish) The Song Bird (Danish, Dutch) The Wasp Nest (Danish, French) Evil Water (Danish, French) Under a Black Sky (Danish, English) The Perfect Place to Die (Danish) Burned Souls (Danish) The Crow Man (Danish)
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It's a great story and the 2 main characters are very, very different people from very opposite backgrounds but both are very likeable. Together they make a great team. I hope in the future installments that they encounter one another again.
I greatly enjoyed reading about Mayor Stubbs and even happier when I saw he's still Mayor of Talkeetna !!
It mentioned at one point that Griffin had children but we only encountered one so wasn't sure if he had more or not. And I was a little baffled about the thermoses they all drank from and wondered perhaps if something was lost in translation and the same for a mention of a suppository ??
She went with American spellings and did use that awful word I personally hate when they write it-"DRUG across a floor." I always think it sounds like something a kid would say. Why do they not use dragged ? I've never understood this. I spotted 1 apostrophe error and once body was used and it should have been bodies and that was it for mistakes. How impressive is that ?? So American and English authors need to sharpen their acts up. They should be embarrassed that authors where English is not their first language do a better job of writing in English than many of them do.
Its my first Inger Wolf read and I found it engaging and enjoyable. U will be searching out more Daniel Trokics books
I'm going to look for more by the same author.
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