GRAINY CCTV FOOTAGE SHOWS A MAN WALKING INTO A BANK AND PUTTING A GUN TO A CASHIER'S HEAD. HE TELLS HER TO COUNT TO TWENTY-FIVE. WHEN HE DOESN'T GET HIS MONEY IN TIME, SHE IS EXECUTED. DETECTIVE HARRY HOLE IS ASSIGNED TO THE CASE. While Harry's girlfriend is away in Russia, an old flame gets in... show more
GRAINY CCTV FOOTAGE SHOWS A MAN WALKING INTO A BANK AND PUTTING A GUN TO A CASHIER'S HEAD. HE TELLS HER TO COUNT TO TWENTY-FIVE. WHEN HE DOESN'T GET HIS MONEY IN TIME, SHE IS EXECUTED. DETECTIVE HARRY HOLE IS ASSIGNED TO THE CASE.
While Harry's girlfriend is away in Russia, an old flame gets in touch. He goes to dinner at her house and wakes up at home with no memory of the past twelve hours. The same morning the girl is found shot dead in her bed. Harry begins to receive threatening e-mails. Is someone trying to frame him for this unexplained death? Meanwhile the bank robberies continue with unparalleled savagery.
Nemesis is the new thriller by one of the biggest stars of Scandinavian crime fiction.
Publish date: 2008
Publisher: Harvill Secker
Pages no: 474
Edition language: English
Series: Harry Hole (#4)
I don’t know how how to describe what I feel at the end of the book!I know exactly what I felt at the beginning of [b:Nemesis|3522419|Nemesis (Harry Hole, #4)|Jo Nesbø|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1327312660s/3522419.jpg|3023538] (and through three quarters of the plot): I thought, it was one...
Harry has a joined investigation of a woman killed during an arm robbery of a bank. The robbery see this as group of bank robbers. Harry focus on the killing. In the meantime, he had a date with his old flame. He passed out and lost time. Later, she was found to have committed suicide. But Ha...
Upon completing this book, I rated it three stars. After a month's time and much thought, I cannot say that I really liked it all that much. I've decided to drop my rating to two stars, and here's why:I was nowhere near as impressed with Nemesis as I was Harry Hole's previous outing, The Redbreast. ...
Took three books but Nesbo had nailed it now.
Na ogół każda książka potrzebuje kilku, kilkunastu stron, żeby akcja mogła się rozwinąć. Tutaj, w „Trzecim kluczu” jest zupełnie inaczej. Już pierwsza scena w banku całkowicie przykuwa naszą uwagę. Zaczyna się bardzo dobrze i obiecująco. I właściwie tak jest przez całą powieść – przyciąga, zaskakuje...
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