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The category list that best fits this book is "Mystery & Thriller", but the word "Thriller" really best suits this story line. It is another of those Scandinavian thrillers, but this time it takes place in Iceland. Iceland normally has an annual murder rate of 1, but this book quadruples that rate. Maybe the tourist board should ban this author from the country.
There are some very bad people in this story and I was not quite sure which were the good guys and the very bad guys to the very end (I am still not sure that I was correct in this judgement).
The Icelandic weather is somewhat what I would have guess at accurately.
The book tells us a number of stories that seem to be unrelated. I do not think that I am giving anything away by assuring you that these stories all end up very related.
I was forced to go to one of my usual book-reading practices when reading this one. I had to drag out my copy of the national map of Iceland just to get an idea of where I was during the various chapters. If you do not have a map of Iceland, you can get by very well. This is a book that very well fits the description "page-turner".
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
I left this book on one of the chairs under the menu board to your left as you enter the restaurant.