The Indian Bride
Publish date: July 2nd 2007
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages no: 297
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, Book Club
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
, Scandinavian Literature
Series: Inspector Konrad Sejer (#5)
I read this book for the 2012 TBR Challenge, and I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. I read across a wide variety of genres, so choosing a non-romance book for this month’s TBR Challenge proved rather tricky. In the end, I went with a mystery, because I really wanted to get back into Karin Fossum’s I...
Solid debut novel The Crown has been described as a cross between a Dan Brown and Philippa Gregory novel. Set in Tudor times this historical thriller features young Dominican novice, Joanna Stafford, who has just left her priory to attend the public burning of her beloved cousin, Lady Margaret, for ...
I plan on giving all of my Karin Fossum reviews the same statement because I don't even want the hint of a spoiler on this woman's fantastic work. Fossum's writing gave me my love of Scandanavian mystery writers and I seek those writings out. Hands down,though, Fossum's work is the best I have come ...
Fossum draws excellent characters and gives them enough genuine feeling to create real tension between the desire to solve the murder at hand (for once the victim too seems more than a manufactured plot device) and an understanding of overly insular, xenophobic town life that seeks to quell any dist...
i read karin fossum's "don't look back" last summer and really, really liked it. it was sufficiently creepy and kept you guessing until the last page and, according to one friend, didn't really end the way I thought it did. i was excited about "the indian bride" but was a bit disappointed. i didn'...
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