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What Took You So Long?*

If you watch enough crime-fictional television and films, you might get the impression that crimes can be solved, and investigations finished, in a very short time. 1,154 more words

Agatha Christie

I Keep Hoping You'll Come Back to Me*

For families and other loved ones, one of the major differences between a missing person case and a murdercase is the possibility that the missing person will return. 1,113 more words


DNF Review: The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen

The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen

Department Q #1

August 23, 2011 – Dutton Adult

395 p. -Adult, Fiction, Mystery, Crime, Political

Source: Netgalley, Publisher… 293 more words

Unknown Enemy*

There are a number of ways to build tension and suspense in a crime novel. And that suspense is an important part of keeping the novel engaging for readers. 963 more words


But the Sailors Threw Him Overboard*

Most killers don’t want to be caught. So, they do whatever they can to hide the evidence. And that means they often have to do something about the body of the person they’ve killed. 996 more words


The Unsophisticated Review of A Conspiracy of Faith

A Conspiracy of Faith is the third of Jussi Adler-Olsen’s Department Q novels. I have already reviewed the first 2 books in the series, The Keeper of Lost Causes and The Absent one, and if you think A Conspiracy of Faith looks interesting I suggest you read them in order. 278 more words


The Unsophisticated Review of The Absent One

The Absent One is the second in Jussi Adler-Olsen’s Department Q series. As in the first installment, we have a murder mystery to solve: another cold case, this one over a decade old. 276 more words