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Ten Swedes Must Die

Max Anger, Book 2
Narrateur(s): James Patrick Cronin
Durée: 12 h et 27 min

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How can he forget the past when it’s out to kill him?

Former special-ops soldier and now an analyst for the think tank Vektor, Max Anger would kill to move on from the scars of his past - if only for the sake of Pashie, his girlfriend and fellow operative, who wants out of the battle zone. For them, a normal life is just one more dangerous uncertainty. Especially now that evil is hitting closer to home. Sofia Karlsson of the Swedish police wants Max’s help in a high-profile and high-stakes murder investigation: the hunt for a serial killer stalking the streets of Stockholm, who’s eliminating his victims in gruesome and tantalizingly clever ways. 

When Max discovers his connection to two of the crime scenes, his investigation uncovers what could be the most shameful episode in Sweden’s history. The deeper he gets, the harder it becomes to distance himself from the dark sins of the past - and to secure a future with the woman he loves. For Max, and for the killer, the countdown to a terrifying end begins.

©2017 by Martin Österdahl. Translation © 2019 by Peter Sean Woltemade. (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • 2019-06-25

Monotonous Narration

The narrator, Cronin, barely differentiates between the characters' voices, or the narrative lines -- not in tone, timber or unique vocal characteristics. (Cronin's 33-year-old woman's voice sounds more worn and weary than his seasoned sea captain's.) So the characters lack depth, sounding confusingly similar to each other and the narrative lines.
And it's a slow starter, this book. I've listened for an hour and am pretty bored.
One Credit ill spent.