Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103

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Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Ó ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Carmen Zita og døden By Karin Fossum ⚣ – Citybells.co.uk A new addition to the captivating Inspector Sejer series the first since The Caller from Norway’s finest crime writerCarmen and Nicolai failed to resuscitate their son Tommy after finding him float A new addi[PDF / Epub] Carmen Zita og døden By Karin Fossum Citybells.co.uk A new addition to the captivating Inspector Sejer series the first since The Caller from Norway’s finest crime writerCarmen and Nicolai failed to resuscitate their son Tommy after finding him float A new addition to the captivating Inspector Sejer series the first since The Caller from Norway’s finest crime writerCarmen and Nicolai failed to resuscitate their son Tommy afte.

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Evisit the couple Carmen an epileptic changes her story confessing that she’d been knocked unconscious by a seizure while bathing Tommy When she came to she found him drowned in the tub and horrified and frightened threw him into the pondBut Skarre and Sejer’s doubt is not appeased and the case is reopened What could Carmen be hiding And what lengths will she take to cover her guilt As Carmen’s own family starts to doubt her Skarre and Sejer work to find the truth  .

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Carmen Zita og dødenR finding him floating in their backyard pond When Inspector Skarre arrives on the scene Carmen Zita MOBI : Carmen reports that Tommy a healthy toddler with Down syndrome wandered into the garden while Nicolai was working in the basement and she was cleaning the house Skarre senses something is off with Carmen’s story and consults his trusted colleague the famed Inspector Sejer An autopsy reveals Tommy’s lungs to be full of soapWhen Sejer and Skarre r.

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  • Maureen

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og døden35 stars I love Nordic noir and this book by the Norwegian writer Karin Fossum is uite a short but powerful novel Fossum's protagonist in this series is Chief Inspector Sejer of the Sondre Buskerud police district – a widower in his fifties Recently he has suffered from a series of severe dizzy attacks but so far despite the urgent entreaties of his daughter he has not consulted a doctor His colleague Jacob Skarre brings him a new case A sixteen month old boy has been drowned in a pond in his own garden The forensics team are at the scene and the teenage parents are at the station The young mother is hysterical and the father utterly silent Sejer and Skarre first go to the home to inspect the naked little body and Sejer uickly realises that the child had Down's syndrome Sejer interviews the parents The father Nicolai can scarcely utter a word and is completely overcome with grief The mother Carmen in floods of tears tells a somewhat incoheren


  • Cathrine ☯️

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og døden2★Background check I’ve previously read and enjoyed all the books in this series This is #11 and no doubt my swan song with the collectionIt con


  • Diane S ☔

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og døden35 So glad that Fossum has decided to return to the Inspector Sejer series In this one he becomes involved in the case of a drowned 15 month old boy with Down Syndrome Although on the surface the death looks accidental something just doesn't sit well with the mother's explanation Enter Carmen the nineteen year old mother who seems to view everything with rose colored glasses Added to this is that in her father's eyes Carmen can do no wrong Nicolei the father of the boy sees things differently he is seriously grieving This is a slow paced psychological twisty novel Is Carmen telling the truth or could a nefarious purpose have been her intent Good story about the secrets people hide how those with little or no conscience can make their way through life with nary a blip How will evidence be found if in fact Carmen is lying What is the truth and what is a lie and how can we tell the difference Very interesting case and well mixed with the private


  • Dale Harcombe

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og dødenTommy a 16 month old boy is believed drowned in a pond near his home Tommy has Down’s syndrome His mother claims he wandered off while she was otherwise occupied for a few minutes But something about the story doesn’t ring true to Inspector Jacob Skarre He calls in chief Inspector Sejer to investigate The mother Carmen is cold selfish and manipulative Given her behaviour and attitudes to many things I found her hard to like But is she capable of murder or was it an unfortunate accident as she claims It is easier to sympathise with her husband who is open about his love for his son His grief is real and powerful The characters of Carmen and Nicolai her husband are well developed as is that of Sejer and his dog Frank The strength of Seger and Frank carry a lot of the book Frank who seems almost a refl


  • Regina

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og døden35 Stars Okay straight up the drowned 16month old child has Down Syndrome that’s not a spoiler and I have a child with a developmental disability There was stuff or rather characters in The Drowned Boy that made my blood boilHowever I still really enjoyed The Drowned Boy Yes Fossum has such skill that I still enjoyed reading her latest offerin


  • Paul

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og dødenThe Drowned Boy – Stylish Nordic NoirKarin Fossum is back with her 11th book in the Inspector Sejer Novel and it is once again easy to see why she is regarded as the Norwegian ‘ueen of Crime’ The Drowned Boy is another vintage Fossum creation; this book is a really compelling read where nothing is lost in translation Once again Karin Fossum gives us a tightly written very compelling carefully crafted plotFor those who have never read the Inspector Sejer series need to understand that this is not a blood and gore crime story This is a well thought out intellectual detective who works the evidence and to solve the crime reuires an element of luck This is an old fashioned styled whodunit it may seem pedestrian to some but this is an engaging and engrossing readSejer reminds me of Poirot in that he is very calm a hypochondriac at times intelligent kind he


  • Sue

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og dødenI am a bit of a sucker for reading books with children in it either missing kidnapped etcThis is one of them that caught my eyeWe have a young couple young in age married with a child of their ownThe one thing that made me cringe each time was that their son had Down's syndrome and it was a problem for the Mom I think it was her attitude that wanted me to slap her and appreciate the child she hadThe trouble was he was only a little toddler and on a hot summers day the Mom left the door open the toddler was found dead in the pool They were always meaning to fence it off but they never got around to itBut not all is what it looks to beThe story did thrown me on and off the scent at times to whom I thought it was and although I was correct in the end and for the reasons it was still a jaw breaking plot that left me gasping to the endThe couple were portrayed brilliantly The young Mom got really on my nerves and


  • Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice*

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og dødenIf you want to cling to the myth that drowning is a peaceful way to die DO NOT read the prologue to this book It lays out the mechanics of drowning in horrific detailBut please DO read this book Just skip the prologueYoung mother Carmen finds her Down's Syndrome toddler son Tommy floating in the pond in the back


  • Dimitris Passas (TapTheLine)

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og dødenThis book was a disappointment for me as i deeply appreciate Karin Fossum's prose and choice of hard to handle subjects which often involve heinous criminal acts such as pedophilia or child abuseThis book is not an exception as Inspector Konrad Sejer is investigating a little child's accidental or not death and mainly focuses on the two parents of the deceased narrating the effects that the tragic event had on them as a couple In my opinion K Fossum doesn't manage to move the reader in the way she did in many other books in the ''Konrad Sejer'' series like ''Black Seconds'' ''When the Devil Holds the Candle'' and others as the story is shallow and tedious while it has one of the most ridiculous endings i've ever read in a crime novel I would recommend


  • Rachel Hall

    Carmen Zita og døden review Ï 103 Carmen Zita og dødenLong time admirers of the writing of Karin Fossum will know that her police procedural novels are rarely a simple matter of identifying a culprit and attributing blame For Fossum the psychological study of a crime and the individuals involved takes overriding precedence and matters are never definitively black and white In a harrowing and sensitively observed eleventh outing she is in sublime form as she addresses the death of a sixteen month old Down syndrom