The Laughing Policeman. Maj Sjwall And Per Wahl (The Martin Beck Series)
The fourth book in the classic Martin Beck detective series from the 1960s - the novels that shaped the future of Scandinavian crime writing. Hugely acclaimed, the Martin Beck series were the original Scandinavian crime novels and have inspired the writings of Stieg Larsson, Henning Mankell and Jo Nesbo. Written in the 1960s, 10 books completed in 10 years, they are the work of Maj Sjoewall and Pe...
Series: The Martin Beck series (Book 4)
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Fourth Estate (September 1, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.8 x 7.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 6567279
Format: PDF Text djvu book
- English pdf
- 9780007439140 pdf
- Maj Sjwall epub
- Maj Sjwall books
- pdf books
Nancy likes christmas complete dailies 1946 1948 ernie bushmillers nancy Go ask ali half baked advice and free lemonade John king the classical ukulele jumpin jims ukulele masters ebook On becoming an alchemist a guide for the modern magician Painting with watercolor pen ink ebook
“This is the 4th in a series of 10 murder mysteries "starring" Swedish detective Martin Beck. They were all written by a husband and wife team a substantial time ago; this one takes place in the fall of 1967. (The husband died in 1975). Like the other...”
Wahloeoe - a husband and wife team from Sweden. They follow the fortunes of the detective Martin Beck, whose enigmatic, taciturn character has inspired countless other policemen in crime fiction; without his creation Ian Rankin's John Rebus or Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander may never have been conceived. The novels can be read separately, but are best read in chronological order, so the reader can follow the characters' development and get drawn into the series as a whole. On a cold and rainy Stockholm night, nine bus riders are gunned down by an unknown assassin. The press, anxious for an explanation for the seemingly random crime, quickly dubs him a madman. But Martin Beck of the Homicide Squad suspects otherwise: this apparently motiveless killer has managed to target one of Beck's best detectives - and he, surely, would not have been riding that lethal bus without a reason. With its wonderfully observed lawmen, its brilliantly rendered felons and their murky Stockholm underworld, and its deftly engineered plot, `The Laughing Policeman' has long been recognised as a classic of the police procedural.