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by Don Bartlett, Jo Nesbo, Jo Nesbo
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XOX
XOX rated it 2 years ago
Roger didn't like this candidate at all. But what he is interested in is his collection of art that he wanted to steal. The characters are not likeable. The readers have to find out who is really the worst guy as both of the protagonists are liars. Interesting and stinky kind of story. Not prett...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 4 years ago
bookshelves: summer-2015, published-2008, translation, norway, mystery-thriller, art-forms, corporate-ladder, picaresque, oslo, adventure, betrayal, contemporary, eye-scorcher, fraudio, games-people-play, gangsters, kleptomania, look-behind-you, noir, ouch, poison, pop-fic, psychology, revenge, sta...
msleighm books
msleighm books rated it 4 years ago
3.5 stars rounded down. Too big a plot for the writing. Or perhaps it was the translation? But I don't think so.
inkplot
inkplot rated it 4 years ago
Jo Nesbo has been an author that i have been long wishing to read and i finally settled down with HeadHunters to be the first ever work that i would read from his house of works.Jo Nesbo's HeadHunters is originally in Norwegian and the english version is actually a translated version by Don Bartlett...
Toni
Toni rated it 6 years ago
This standalone novel has a very cinematic quality about it and is an invigorating read that provides hours of entertainment. It offers a wonderful change of pace from the author’s well-known series featuring the tough, hard drinking police inspector Harry Hole. The story is fast paced and is nar...
Soham
Soham rated it 6 years ago
Comes from the land of Lisbeth Salander, another thriller that excels in keeping the reader hooked up. The story develops slowly, the initial part is mostly all about the headhunter itself, Mr. Roger Brown and his dual life. His charisma as a headhunter and his con-game with his beautiful wife and h...
portable pieces of thoughts
portable pieces of thoughts rated it 7 years ago
“An artist who maintains that he has been misunderstood is almost always a bad artist who, I’m afraid to say, has been understood.” (loc. 773) “The world is full of people who pay serious money for bad pictures by good artists. And mediocre heads on tall bodies.” (loc. 518) “Noble, loyal souls are ...
An Leughadair
An Leughadair rated it 7 years ago
Why did I read it? Because of my (mostly audio) reading habits of late, all of Jo Nesbø's books have appeared on recommendations for me at bookseller, library and reading sites. It was inevitable that I would read, or listen to one of his books.What's it about? Roger Brown is a corporate headhun...
Novel Tease
Novel Tease rated it 7 years ago
Not nearly up to Nesbo's standards...
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 8 years ago
Wow, Wow, Wow...this book is good. I agree with some of the reviewers who don't think it is as good as the Henry Hole series. I like the main character in those series more than I liked the characters in this one, but I did think that this book moved quicker than the "Hole" series.
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