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`Download E-pub ì Tyskungen Ä Oorlogskind Is Het Vijfde Boek Over Politieagent Patrik Hedstr M En Erica Falck Dit Keer Draait Het Verhaal Om Erica S Moeder Waarom Heeft Zij Al Die Jaren Een Oude Nazi Medaille Bewaard Met Die Vraag Blijft Erica Worstelen Uiteindelijk Besluit Ze De Gepensioneerde Geschiedenisleraar Erik Frankel Te Bezoeken, Een Expert Op Het Gebied Van Onderscheidingen Maar Frankel Gedraagt Zich Vreemd En Geeft Ontwijkende AntwoordenTwee Maanden Later Is Hij Dood, Vermoord Erica Is Geschokt Dan Leest Erica De Dagboeken Van Haar Moeder En Wordt Onthuld Waarom Haar Moeder Nooit Een Band Met Haar Dochters Kon Opbouwen En Waarom Ze Veranderde Van Een Lieve, Zachtaardige Vrouw In De Kille, Afstandelijke Moeder Die Ze Was I was an avid reader of detective novels in high school, but I haven t tried this genre for quite a while I decided to leave the classics aside and dive into unknown territories, those of the modern writers of detective fiction My first try apart from Stieg Larsson was the Scandinavian Camilla L ckberg, who turned out to be a big disappointment Another reason not to fall prey again to a good rating and a promising synopsis If you brace yourself and read this book nonetheless, be ready for an epidemic of pregnant women, cups of coffee at every page and hour of the day, domestic scenes that are boring as hell which I soon started to skip and a detective investigation that is diluted and just as tasteless as a watery cocktail.I was indecisive between Jo Nesb , Boris Akunin and Camilla L ckberg and in the end I chose her what a waste of time I finished this 600 pages book in no time though, because I skipped than half of it For the most part, The Hidden Child is a bad quality soap opera, with a detective story that is shredded into tiny slices interspersed with boring accounts of domestic life You could read this novel in the worst conditions imaginable and still keep track of the plot This kind of books, along with the Sandra Brown type and the most recent vampire literature, are for me an explanation for the fact that some people are still reading I don t want to offend anyone, but I m afraid that, if such easy type novels would cease to exist, the number of readers would reduce drastically Try to also read some novels that challenge your brain and teach you something Don t make this kind of books your only connection to the literature world. I felt that Lackberg walked a fine line with this one By putting Patrik at home instead of at the police station she made the book domestic than crime On the other hand she turned Erica into a temporary sleuth and successfully ran two separate mysteries until they became one It worked for me.As with all good series I have an attachment by now to all of the main characters and it is good to see them changing and developing Anna in particular has made huge progress and I loved the moment where she suddenly decided she had had enough Of course the biggest development is Mellburg the power of a new dog and a good woman I hope his future is as good as it seems at the moment All good and I am looking forward to book 6. . The Hidden Child is easily the strongest entry in L ckberg s canon to date, and this is largely attributable to the fact that in this novel she has a masterful handle on just about all of her characters Erica is not sidelined for the first time since The Ice Princess, and Mellberg, now that we ve accepted that he doesn t do any actual work, is clearly being groomed into a lovably reformed middle aged man in his sixties First you throw him a dog, and the rest will follow The crime here is fairly simple, but the reasoning behind it and the expertly tied parallel story, the strongest L ckberg has ever written is compelling and the cast of suspects and loved ones are well realised There are times when it seems like sentiment is being slathered over the page, but this is the sort of emotional response that is than forgivable five books into a series it s practically expected The Hidden Child is a successful novel because it is intelligent, interesting, and at least a little melancholy If you d given up on this series after the excesses of The Gallows Bird The Stranger, you might want to reconsider This is very good small town crime fiction indeed.