!!> Download ➻ Only One Life ➿ Author Sara Blaedel – Varanus.us

Only One Life Epub Only One Life Author Sara Blaedel Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Jealousy, Obsession, And Family Honor Have Fatal Consequences For An Immigrant Community On The Fringes Of Seemingly Idyllic Copenhagen SocietyIt Was Clearly No Ordinary Drowning Inspector Louise Rick Is Immediately Called Out To Holbraek Fjord When A Young Immigrant Girl Is Found In The Watery Depths, A Piece Of Concrete Tied Around Her Waist And Two Mysterious Circular Patches On The Back Of Her Neck Her Name Was Samra, And Louise Soon Learns That Her Short Life Was A Sad Story Her Father Had Already Been Charged Once With Assaulting Her And Her Mother, Sada, Who Makes It Clear That Her Husband Would Indeed Be Capable Of Killing Samra If She Brought Dishonor To The Family But She Maintains That Samra Hadn T Done Anything Dishonorable Then Why Was She Supposed To Be Sent Back To Jordan Samra S Best Friend Dicte Thinks It Was An Honor Killing A Few Days Later Dicte Is Discovered, Bludgeoned To Death, And Samra S Younger Sister Has Gone Missing Navigating The Complex Web Of Family And Community Ties In Copenhagen S Tightly Knit Ethnic Communities, Louise Must Find This Remorseless Predator, Or Predators, Before It Is Too Late.

!!> Download ➻ Only One Life  ➿ Author Sara Blaedel – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 324 pages
  • Only One Life
  • Sara Blaedel
  • English
  • 04 July 2017
  • 1605983500

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  1. says:

    Read it in one day, which apparently means I have a lot of time on my hands I LOVED it The setting was fascinating and the characters were really new and interesting to me I ran out and got all her other books in English, then wrote a letter to her publisher to translate , because that s easier than learning to read Danish.I met Sara at a crime festival in Denmark a few years ago The festival was held in an old prison, but when we pulled into the parking lot, I literally thought we were Read it in one day, which apparently means I have a lot of time on my hands I LOVED it The setting was fascinating and the characters were really new and interesting to me I ran out and got all her other books in English, then wrote a letter to her publisher to translate , because that s easier than learning to read Danish.I met Sara at a crime festival in Denmark a few years ago The festival was held in an old prison, but when we pulled into the parking lot, I literally thought we were at a h...


  2. says:

    The very idea of Honor Killingsthat the recalcitrant actions of one person could lead another family member to commit murderboggles the mind Even though our society seems to have lost all concept of Shame and or Honorthe thought of Murder for Honor makes me blench Not to mention the fact that, according to this book, most Honor Killings are perpetrated my members of the Extended Familythose l...


  3. says:

    I have a quibble with the publication of these booksthe first one still has not been published in English, the publishers put out a later books as her first one I like to read books in order as character develops and history of the main characters is established This is common with Scandinavian mysteries, I have waited ages for enough books to be published to be able to follow this series as properl...


  4. says:

    Denmark has been in the news fairly often lately for conflicts between ethnic Danes and the immigrant Muslim population This police procedural puts this cultural tension in sharp relief, providing an engaging way to glean insights into the clash of civilizations now occurring in the West and particularly in Europe.Louise Rick, a 37 year old Inspector with the Copenhagen homicide investigation unit, receives a temporary reassignment to the elite Mobile Task Force A young Muslim girl has been Denmark has been in the news fairly often lately for conflicts between ethnic Danes and the immigrant Muslim population This police procedural puts this cultural tension in sharp relief, providing an engaging way to glean insights into the clash of civilizations now occurring in the West and particularly in Europe.Louise Rick, a 37 year old Inspector with the Copenhagen homicide investigation unit, receives a temporary reassignment to the elite Mobile Task Force A young Muslim girl has been murdered near Holbaek, an hour or so from Copenhagen An honor killing is suspected Honor killings occur in some cultures in which a family member has done somethin...


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    First Line She could just make out the blue flashes between the densely grown tree trunks, but she couldn t see how many police vehicles were at the scene.Inspector Louise Rick is called in to help local Danish police with a drowning that s anything but ordinary Samra, a young immigrant girl, has been found in Holbraek Fjord, a large slab of concrete tied around her waist and mysterious circular marks on the back of her neck.Samra s life was short and sad, with a father who d already ...


  6. says:

    This was a slow paced police procedural that frequently dealt with the private lives of the investigatorsthan the crimes they were trying to solve The murder of a teenage girl of Jordanian descent is suspected of being an honour killing Then, however, her best friend a white Danish girl is also murdered with similar strange marks found on her body.There s no doubt the novel is well researched an...


  7. says:

    Only One Life by Danish author Sara Blaedel is not so much a whodunit, I wouldn t even say it s a whydunit it is, to put it gently, a what the heck happened kind of book This is one of those novels that have many layers The first layer is made of facts, the second of hidden truths, the third is composed primarily by lies, the fourth talks about the social background and so forth.As in her previous outstanding novel Call Me Princess, Blaedel isinterested in exploring the tortured psyc Only One Life by Danish author Sara Blaedel is not so much a whodunit, I wouldn t even say it s a whydunit it is, to put it gently, a what the heck happened kind of book This is one of those novels that have many layers The first layer is made of facts, the second of hidden truths, the third is composed primarily by lies, the fourth talks about the social background and so forth.As in her previous outstanding novel Call Me Princess, Blaedel isinterested in exploring the tortured psyches of her subjects than providing the reader with a fast paced narrative She wants to tell the story behind the story, to see where people are coming from and ...


  8. says:

    Louise Rick is investigating a murder A teen girl Samra was found dead and it looks like it may have been an honor killingbut her father was clearly devastated when Samra s body was identified and her mom swears that her husband didn t harm her daughter Well, okay, he COULD do it, but he DIDN T Then Samra s friend, the one who indirectly identified the body by telling police her friend was missing, was found murdered Louise is unsure exactly who s telling the truth and who s to blame Louise Rick is investigating a murder A teen girl Samra was found dead a...


  9. says:

    The female police officer is back in Sara Bl del s third volume titled Only one life.This time Louise Rick is willing to move to Holb k temporarily to investigate a dead girl case The residents of this small town, which is located far west of Copenhagen, were in shock after a girl was found floating in the nearby river.What even worse is the fact that the girl had a middle eastern ancestry and was a Muslim, a combination of identities that often were frowned upon in Denmark Soon and sure eno The female police officer is back in Sara Bl del s third volume titled Only one life.This time Louise Rick is willing to move to Holb k temporarily to investigate a dead girl case The residents of this small town, which is located far west of Copenhagen, were in shock after a girl was found floating in the nearby river.What even worse is the fact that the girl had a middle eastern ancestry and was a Muslim, a combination ...


  10. says:

    I am not smitten with this book and I think that is partially the writing style and partially the cultural barriers Having read the description, one might think I was referring to Muslim cultural barriers, but it was actually the Danish ones with which I had issues Everyone in the novel, from the police to the press to the neighbors kept calling the family immigrants and while that is technically the correct term for them, it was the connotation that I found irksome Perhaps because the United I am not smitten with this book and I think that is partially the writing style and partially the cultural barriers Having read the description, one might think I was referring to Muslim cultural barriers, but it was actually the Danish ones with which I had issues Everyone in the novel, from the police to the press to the neighbors kept calling the family immigrants and while that is technically the correct term for them, it was the connotation that I found irksome Perhaps because the United States is a country made up of immigrants, it is not generally a term we use to define someone, which is not the case in other countries where there is a predominantly homogeneous population and stricter immigration laws I felt like some of the stereotypical racial profiling problems that the police were trying to av...

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