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The third instalment in the JOHANNE VIK series, from the reigning queen of Scandinavian crime writing, Anne Holt.

When Helen Barclay becomes the first female US president, the whole world takes notice. And unfortunately for President Barclay, one man takes very particular notice. He knows her darkest secret, buried for over twenty years. And not only does he have the power to destroy everything she's worked for, but he also has the ultimate motive.

Unfortunately for the FBI and the Norwegian police, nobody knows about this when Helen Barclay chooses to visit Norway for her first state visit. But when she goes missing from a locked, heavily secured bedroom, they are forced - unwillingly - to work together to find her. Has she been kidnapped? Murdered? Can the US president really just disappear into thin air...?

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Anne Holt reveals how truly dark it gets in Scandinavia. -- Val McDermid Lively, unusual and persuasive. Holt writes with the command we have come to expect from the top Scandinavian writers. The Times It's easy to see why Anne Holt, the former minister of justice in Norway and its bestselling female crime writer, is rapturously received in the rest of Europe. Guardian Step aside, Stieg Larsson, Holt is the queen of Scandinavian crime thrillers. Red magazine Anne Holt is a thriller writer of the highest order. -- Liza Marklund

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  • フォーマット: Kindle版
  • ファイルサイズ: 984 KB
  • 紙の本の長さ: 432 ページ
  • 出版社: Corvus; Main版 (2011/7/1)
  • 販売: Amazon Services International, Inc.
  • 言語: 英語
  • ASIN: B0058BS026
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Death in Oslo 2017/5/9
投稿者 sfboulay - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
fine book. intriguing plot. as with all of Ms. Holt's books, well written. for a capsule of Norway, read Holt.
5つ星のうち 1.0 Not the author's finest. 2015/5/1
投稿者 Mixi-mouse - (Amazon.com)
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A very unrealistic and almost ridiculous plot and a tedious read!
Both the protagonists remain unpleasant and impossible to like them even a little bit.
3 人中、2人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 3.0 Plot good, main female characters not likeable 2012/8/4
投稿者 Maia - (Amazon.com)
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The story is very interesting, excellent, in fact. However, I enjoy books in which the protagonists are characters I'd like to know better. Not the case with the featured female characters of Johanne Vik, a qualified profiler, and Hanne Wilhelmsen, a wheelchair-bound former policewoman. Neither are likeable. I can't warm up to either of them nor can I find justification for Hanne's sullen, anti-social, isolated lifestyle. Having been shot doesn't cut it. She wallows in self-pity rather than pulling herself together to make a positive impact in her community and country. Not an admirable characteristic. Adam Stubo, Johanne Vik's husband, who is part of the Norwegian police force, is a likeable character, but one wonders why he puts up with this self-centered, obstinate woman for a wife. And the useless character of the probably mentally handicapped child from Johanne's former marriage adds nothing to the story in any of the books I've read where she is featured. This is the fourth Anne Holt book I've read and it is likely the last unless I discover something compelling in the reviews I read about forthcoming books.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Everyone has "some little secret"! 2010/10/28
投稿者 Librarian - (Amazon.com)
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Washington D. C., January 2005, Helen Lardahl Bentley takes the oath of office as the first female president of the United States. As the crowd cheers, President Bentley is thinking, "I got away with it . . . ."

In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, businessman Abdallah al-Rahman is watching the inaugural event on television from his soundproof exercise room. To no one he says, "She actually thinks she got away with it!"

And in Oslo, Norway, watching the televised event, Hanne Wilhemsen speculates about the new president's spotless past to her friend, former FBI profiler Johanne Vik, and muses, "But there's always something . . . some little secret . . . ."

Thus begins "Death in Oslo," Anne Holt's intricately plotted third entry in the Adam Stubo-Johanne Vik series. This fast-paced thriller with Machiavellian overtones really takes off when President Bentley, on her first official state visit to Norway, disappears from her locked and guarded hotel room in the middle of the night. Immediately, the security forces of both countries scramble to find the missing head of state before the unthinkable happens. The task is complicated by territorial tensions between the two national security forces and infighting within the FBI. When Warren Scifford, head of a much-resented specialized team within the FBI, arrives on the scene to take charge of the American investigation, he requests that his former student, Johanne Vik, be assigned from Norwegian Criminal Investigation Service to help him. But Johanne doesn't work for the NCIS so Scifford instead asks for Johanne's husband, Adam Stubo. But Johanne has her own secrets from the past regarding her former FBI mentor and threatens Adam that, if he accepts the assignment to work with Scifford, their marriage is over. Adam, however, cannot turn his back on duty and reluctantly reports to work, angry that Johanne has chosen not to confide in him about this man from her past. Everyone, it seems, has "some little secret."

Anne Holt is a master at creating chilling characters whose scariest quality is their immense patience in stalking their victims. The international scale of "Death in Oslo" ups the ante for the consequences of failure in the eternal war of good versus evil. The ups and downs of Johanne's and Adam's domestic life provide an effective counterbalance to the international feuding between nations. This is definitely a suspense thriller you'll want to read, even if you haven't read the first two.
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