Until Thy Wrath Be Past

Until Thy Wrath Be Past

Book - 2011
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As spring arrives in the far north of Sweden, a young woman's body surfaces through the breaking ice of the River Thorne. At the same time, visions of a shadowy figure haunt the dreams of Rebecka Martinsson, a prosecutor in nearby Karuna. Could the body belong to the ghost in her dreams? And where is the dead girl's boyfriend?
Publisher: New York : Silver Oak, 2011.
Edition: First U.S. edition
ISBN: 9781402787164
Characteristics: 250 pages ;,25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Thompson, Laurie 1938-2015

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Pisinga
Oct 23, 2015

In the book is very much felt the closeness of man and nature. The subject is a little bit boring, kind of "local", Sweden, so to speak. Excellent translation. A big plus for the translator. Almost at the end of the book there is a description of what is happening, that has written almost "tangible", you can feel the tension. Well crafted episode. I would not call the book a Mystery.

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htliang
Nov 04, 2014

This is a powerful mystery that delivers well portrayed characters, a great plot, wonderful Swedish atmosphere, and just a hint of the supernatural.

A young woman is discovered under the ice in a frozen river. The police believe she drowned in a diving accident and her boyfriend's body must also be under the river ice. District prosecutor Rebecka Martinsson has an early morning vision of a young woman sitting on her bed who announces that the river was not where she died. Martinsson must convince the police and the pathologist to dig deeper into the death. Martinsson is an interesting character - a dog lover, a country woman, and a faithful friend.

This novel will cause you to see the murderer from a different perspective - all the previous events in his life that make him into the man he has become.

I had a difficult time putting this book down. I will definitely put Asa Larsson's earlier novels on my to-read list. The Savage Alter won the Swedish Crime Writer's Association prize for best debut novel and the sequel, The Blood Spilt, won Best Swedish Crime Novel of 2004.

Helen100 Nov 04, 2014

This is a powerful mystery that delivers well portrayed characters, a great plot, wonderful Swedish atmosphere, and just a hint of the supernatural.

A young woman is discovered under the ice in a frozen river. The police believe she drowned in a diving accident and her boyfriend's body must also be under the river ice. District prosecutor Rebecka Martinsson has an early morning vision of a young woman sitting on her bed who announces that the river was not where she died. Martinsson must convince the police and the pathologist to dig deeper into the death. Martinsson is an interesting character - a dog lover, a country woman, and a faithful friend.

This novel will cause you to see the murderer from a different perspective - all the previous events in his life that make him into the man he has become.

I had a difficult time putting this book down. I will definitely put Asa Larsson's earlier novels on my to-read list. The Savage Alter won the Swedish Crime Writer's Association prize for best debut novel and the sequel, The Blood Spilt, won Best Swedish Crime Novel of 2004.

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klwallen
Aug 18, 2012

Swedish prosecutor Rebecka directs/joins forces with police inspector Anna Marie to solve case involving a murdered girl and her missing boyfriend.

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