[PDF / Epub] ✅ Pigen uden hud By Mads Peder Nordbo – Agedanna.info

Pigen uden hud Matthew Cave Er En Dansk Journalist Sidst I Erne Han Har Dag For Dag Sluppet Sit Tag I Livet Efter Tabet Af K Resten Og Deres Uf Dte Datter I Et Trafikuheld Flugten Fra Virkeligheden Har Drevet Ham Til Nuuk, Ansporet Af Et R Gammelt Postkort Hans Amerikanske Far Har Sendt Fra Thulebasen, Inden Han Forsvandt Matthew Bliver Sendt Til Kanten Af Indlandsisen For At D Kke Opdagelsen Af En Mumificeret Nordbo Viking, Den F Rste Velbevarede Viking, Der Nogensinde Er Fundet Alt K Res I Stilling Til En Verdenssensation, Og Det Lille, Arktiske Samfund Holder Vejret Men Kaos Bryder L S, Da Mumien Er Forsvundet, Og En Betjent Findes Opspr Ttet Og T Mt For Indvolde Matthew Kommer P Sporet Af Fire Identiske Drab I , Som Har Forbindelse Til To Rige Pigers Sporl Se Forsvinden De To Sager Flyder Sammen For Matthew, Og Han F R Hurtigt Gravet Fingrene Dybt Ned I B De Nutidens Og Fortidens Blodige Mord Den Eneste, Han For Alvor T R Stole P , Er En Ung, Gr Nlandsk Kvinde, Der Som Rig Dr Bte Sin Far Ved At Spr Tte Ham Op Og T Mme Ham For Indvolde Hendes Krop Er D Kket Af Tatoveringer Huden Slidt Af, Da Hun Var Barn Hendes Vilje St Rk Som Fjeldene Om Nuuk PIGEN UDEN HUD Oplever Stor Interesse Fra Udlandet Inden Bogens Udgivelse Er Der Lukket Aftaler Med Mere End Ti Lande

About the Author: Mads Peder Nordbo

Mads Peder Nordbo is Danish but has lived in Nuuk for several years Born in 1970, he hold degrees in Literature, Communications and Philosophy from The University of Southern Denmark and the University of Stockholm Mads has lived in Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Greenland He works in communications at the Town Hall in Nuuk, where he amongst other things, writes for the mayor of the municipality,

10 thoughts on “Pigen uden hud

  1. says:

    An engrossing book that sees Matthew Cave, a Danish journalist, sent out to the ice fields of Greenland after the discovery of a mummified body The mummy is believed to be from the Viking days, so a police guard is set up for the night, but the next day the body of the policeman is found viciously murdered, gutted and flayed, and the mummy gone Matthew

  2. says:

    This translated crime fiction from Danish author, Mads Peder Nordbo, falls squarely into the Scandi Noir genre, it has all the dark and disturbing elements, grisly murders and a brutality that is the trademark of that genre, albeit it is set in the unusual setting of Greenland It offers a social and political commentary on the dark history of the country The

  3. says:

    3.5 Stars rounded up to a 4When a mummified body is found in the crevasse on the edge of an ice sheet, the body is believed to be the rare find of a Viking corpse Journalist Matthew Cave is sent to cover the story He and his photographer are excited to be first on the scene and look forward to breaking such a huge story But the next morning, the mummified corpse i

  4. says:

    I want to thank Text Publishing, the author, and Netgalley for the chance to read and review this book All for the measly price of a review.I ll be honest right from the start and tell ya that by the time I went to Netgalley to review this story that it was already absent Gone Normally I d just say to heck with it and move on This dang story thoughit stuck with me Two w

  5. says:

    3.5 rounded up to 4 stars.Matthew Cave is a journalist in Nuuk, Greenland He is sent to the scene of a mummified body discovered on the desolate Greenland ice sheet After he sees the body and a news photographer take pictures, they return to Nuuk The next day, the policeman who was left to guard the body is found gruesomely murdered and the mummified body is gone Matthew soon

  6. says:

    I love mysteries that take place in new to me settings And Greenland definitely fits that bill Nordbo does a fabulous job of setting the scene, so that I felt I could see everything in detail Matthew Cabe is a Danish reporter assigned to Greenland after the death of his pregnant wife in a car accident When a mummified Norseman is found in an ice crevice, Matthew and his photographe

  7. says:

    Most impressive Outside, the sun had set fire to the evening sky over Nuuk The orange light from the flaming clouds cast a glow so strong that it looked as if the living room walls were burning This book is full of writing like this Also, the translation appeared seamless, it felt flawless, nothing felt like it didn t have its place, or did not fit I did not know that there was such a th

  8. says:

    This one has a high body count If reading about people being murdered in very gruesome ways is not to your taste then you probably will not make it past the prologue.The Greenland setting makes a very atmospheric background to this first rate thriller Bodies are found in the ice, blood stains the surrounding snow scarlet, thick fogs help prevent people being found it all adds to the suspense T

  9. says:

    This is Nordic Noir at its darkest and grittiest with some very grisly murders amidst the ice and bitter winds of arctic Greenland.Matthew Cave, a Danish journalist has recently moved to Greenland to work for the local paper after the deaths of his wife and unborn child in a horrific car crash When a mummified corpse in a crevasse in the glacier, possibly that of a Norseman who died 600 years ago, M

  10. says:

    First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Mads Peder Nordbo , and Text Publishing Company for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.While I quite enjoy Scandinavian murder mysteries, there are certainly degrees of quality, as with any genre I stumbled upon this piece by Mads Peder Nordbo and liked the dust jacket blurb, hopin

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