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Old 10-31-2012, 10:47 AM   #46
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I find them deliciously dark ... but overall I appreciate the clean, uncluttered prose style of most Scandinavian mysteries - the ecological bleakness/whiteness/cold reflected in the prose and the story lines.
Exactly why I like them too.

Haven't read a lot of these authors but while I've really enjoyed the couple of Jo Nesbo books I've read and one Anne Holt, Mankell just edges them. For now at least.
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