EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel


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Ss is maybe supposed to be a stand in for actual development and aving any kind of psychological realism but the characters are still pretty much all stereotypical actual development and aving any kind of psychological realism but the characters are still pretty much all stereotypical types But even in the author s portrayal of these character types there is a total lack of development and the scenes that are supposed to show De Ingewijden how a character generally are bizarre moments of the characters acting in vaguely sociopathic ways For example the main character I m guessing is supposed to be a no nonsense sort of woman The tough female detective How do we show this initially Byaving to be a no nonsense sort of woman The tough female detective How do we show this initially By La Vida Real True Stories Of Latino Stories Today Townsend Library having get aggravated that sheas to interview a rape victim and then get aggravated at the shock the victim who just Wolverine Origin hours beforead been left The Inter Galactic Playground A Critical Study Of Children S And Teens Science Fiction hog tied naked with plastic restraints after being repeatedly raped with not givinger answers in a uick enough manner Pretty much anytime characters ave a reaction to something the reaction is either the opposite of what a normal uman being would Beekeeping For All have or the reaction you d imagine a character with the told characteristics wouldave or it s appropriate but so over the top that I started to wonder if the author Philippine Speculative Fiction Iv has any actual interactions with real life people And if she does why she doesn t think about those people when writinger characters I should ave gone with my first instincts and given up on this book after about page 15 I thought maybe it would get better I thought maybe the characters were going to be shit but at least it would be an interesting story I thought isn t the thing we ve been sold lately is that the Scandinavians kick ass writing crime novels Aren t they supposed to be better than ours I thought this should be good it s got lots of good blurbs there should be something redeemable about it right Nope I kept forcing myself to sit down and read it I was waiting for the good part that didn t come And instead of getting something good out of it I was increasingly baffled at the characters at the weird twists thrown into people s lives the difficulty in following the simple chronology of what was appening which I decided was due to poor structure and not to the increasing lack of attention I was giving the book and the vaguely inept detecting skills on display ere
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in fairness the detectives ad done any work they probably would Culture And Processes Of Adult Learning have cracked this case fairly uickly but in fairness to the detectives they didave the temporal mayhem of the book to contend with and they were pretty much not going to be able to defeat the relativistic timespace problems of the book until the author The Minpins hader Langenscheidts Taschenwrterbuch Englisch hundred thousand words and was ready to let them solve the crime in uite possibly the most contrived and unbelievable manner possible I wouldn t recommend this book to anyone. The policehave been able to traceis true identity With the internet as The Greenpeace Book Of Dolphins his playground the rapist will almost certainly strike again if Louise cant unmaskim before its too lateIncredible suspense and a diabolical series of twists take Sara Blaedels wildly popular series to new eigh.

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It is such a relief that the police in Sara Blaedel s Blue Blood are fictional because these are one of the worst if not THE worst police teams I ave EVER READ ABOUT IF THE DANISH POLICE FORCE IS read about If the Danish police force is like these characters then their system needs a Szataski Interes huge overhaulSara Blaedel is one of Denmark s most popular crime authors I just don t get it This bookas won awards was it the only book published that year in Denmark I know Denmark is a small country but reallyThe main eroine is Inspector Louise Rick who is unprofessional and vapid and know Denmark is a small country but reallyThe main eroine is Inspector Louise Rick who is unprofessional and vapid and the book puts everybody in a very dangerous place but that s ok Rebecca hereart is in the right place I understand this is the first published in English but not the first in the series so we readers are probably missing some of Louise s background Camilla Lind On Joanna Russ her vapid friend only serves to slow down the pace of the story The novel s portrayal of women is not a nice one What annoyed me the most was the ineptitude of the police Susanne is a woman who gets raped after talking to a guy on a dating site She s traumatised by theorrible act that Extreem Luid Ongelooflijk Dichtbij has taken place What do the police do They lose their patience wither and lash out Of course she s reluctant to trust people and cooperate she as just been RAPED Later in the novel either Louise or Camilla try to track this serial rapist on the dating website and go to meet im WITHOUT ANY POLICE BACKUP Do you know Second Hope how easy it would ve been to lureim to a place full of Fatal Forces hiding armed police This book is just not very good Maybe if I gave this review a few days to simmer I could identify what exactly I didn t like I can say for starters that the narrator made the men sound like women even like women than the main character audiobook Louise was great but she was the only character that was developed Well no the victim developed too but there were many interesting people that I wishad a greater description It could be that there was too much inner dialogue I ll leave at this it s not a bad read it Raging Rivers has it s twists and suspense but Iave to give it a few days to decide if I want to commit to the series this is a warning so you don t waste your time this is not a good book to read stupid stupid stupid wanna know Les Dbris Du Chaudron how stupid first example is the female detective gets frustrated with a rape victum second would be when she actually sees the rapist she goes to finder partner first and gasp surprise an The Gargoyle hour lateres left with another girl stupid The premise of this book would probably make for a good Questions About God hour long CSI like CBS procedural show It probably could make for a good book too But this book isn t good It s awful I don t know where the blame lays forow awful this book is Maybe it is the translators fault Maybe th. Homicide detective Louise Rick chases a disturbing serial rapist in this fast paced thriller in Sara Blaedels breakout series perfect for readers of Lisa Gardner Tami Hoag Tess Gerritsen or Jo NesbAn online flirtation can Windswept haveorrific conseuences as Detective Louise Rick discovers whe. ,

E book reads better in Danish or whatever language IT WAS ORIGINALLY WRITTEN IN I THINK IT WAS was originally written in I think it was Danish but it doesn t say anywhere in the book It s actually a little difficult to even find who translated the book and completely impossible using the book as the primary source of information to find out what the original title of the book was From a bibliographic standpoint and from the view of a poor cataloger who would take it on themselves to do original cataloging as opposed to copy cataloging this would be a nightmare damn it Simon and Schuster think of the technical service librarians Maybe it is my fault I m usually uite ready to take the blame for anything I ll admit that I m not the intended audience for a book say that there were problems with me that caused me not to get the intended enjoyment out of a book But I don t think it s me The Cat here But Iave such a large guilt complex that in the back of my mind I m still willing to take the blame Maybe it s the cultural difference between Denmark and America Maybe their police just are different from ours Maybe this is Crossing Boundaries Explorations In Therapy The Arts A Festschrift For Paolo Knill how things really are and Iave a warped view of police procedurals from unrealistic TV shows and Hollywood movies I m not buying this either though I think the book is just bad Even if I put aside what might be
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problems and in the way police may act in Denmark versus the way I think they act in America the book is still fairly awful The last possibility for why possibly the book isn t as terrible as I think it is is that it s obviously not the first in the series There are others with this character in it and maybe there was some development in earlier books that would make certain things make sense Again I doubt it and because Simon and Schuster decided to give near zero information about previous books and because I feel like I m already spending too much time with this book by The Day We Lost The H Bomb Cold War Hot Nukes And The Worst Nuclear Weapons Disaster In History having actually read all threeundred and two pages and now typing these words I don t feel like taxing myself with doing even the most rudimentary internet search to find out ahow many novels are in this series and b where this novel falls in the whole seriesI do know according to the sort of suspect copy material printed on the book that the author is Denmarks most popular novelist She won a vote to get that distinction not once but three times What kind of vote is this Who knows Maybe it is Denmark s euivalent of being a USA Today bestselling author Or maybe European mega popular authors are just as much acks as their US counterparts As I said this book is bad The story line is kind of boring It didn t need to be but it was The characters are also awful They are erratic and one dimensional Their inexplicable erraticne. N she is called to an idyllic Copenhagen neighborhood where a young woman as been left bound and gagged after a profoundly brutal rape attack Susanne Hansson met Wrzesie her rapist on a popular dating website But the man isiding behind a labyrinth of false pseudonyms and neither Susannenor.


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    characters Å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Sara Blaedel EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel The premise of this book would probably make for a good hour long CSI like CBS procedural show It probably could make for a good book too But this book isn't good It's awful I don't know where the blame lays for how awful this book is Maybe it is the translators fault Maybe the book reads better in Danish or whatever language it was originally written in I think it was in Danish but it doesn't say anywhere in the book It's actuall

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel Didn't enjoy this one as much as I wanted to Rape scenes were depicted in horrific detail and there just seemed to be so many wtf? moments that made little to no sense Louise Rick's best friend Camilla is still an irritating pain in the ass with the commonsense of a suashed cabbage For example after the first brutal rape incident yo

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel Where are we?Oddly though Blaedel is Danish this story could as easily been set in any American city rather than Copenhagen The place names were Danish but there was no wisp of Scandinavia The plot was so so but only just I hate the title It’s too twee and only becomes relevant late in the story Homicide Detective Louise Rick and her partner investigate a rape Soon the case grows legs when rapist’s next victim die

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel this is a warning so you don't waste your time this is not a good book to read stupid stupid stupid wanna know how stupid? first example is the female detective gets frustrated with a rape victum second would be when she

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel Blue Blood also titled Call Me Princess is the second book in the Louise RickCamilla Lind series by popular Danish novelist Sara Blaedel It is the first book in the series to be translated into English When Assistant Detective Louise Rick is called to the hospital to talk to Susanna Hansson the victim of a brutal rape she is met with some reluctance to reveal all the pertinent facts When she eventually estab

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel Sara Blaedel ✓ 6 review characters Å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Sara Blaedel This was my third Sara Blaedel book featuring Detective Louise Rick The stories are set in Copenhagen and are different in style to the many American and British mystery police procedural books I have read and enjoyed I wou

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    read Blue Blood Sara Blaedel ✓ 6 review characters Å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Sara Blaedel Maybe if I gave this review a few days to simmer I could identify what exactly I didn't like I can say for starters that the narrator made the men sound like women even like women than the main character audiobook Louise was great but she was the only character that was developed Well no the victim developed too but there were many interest

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel Sara Blaedel ✓ 6 review characters Å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Sara Blaedel Didn't really enjoy this one Although the case is closed personal relationships were left with open items Louise did kick the cheating significant other out of her house but will she let the scumbag back?

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel The hot list of crime writers right now includes many from Sweden Finland Norway Iceland and Denmark Here's another author from Denmark to add to your listCall Me Princess marks Sara Blaedel's North American debut

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    EBOOK NEW (Blue Blood) ✓ Sara Blaedel It is such a relief that the police in Sara Blaedel's Blue Blood are fictional because these are one of the worst if not THE worst police tea

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