• by R.I. Olufsen
  • Narrated by Andrew B. Wehrlen
  • 7 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When a mummified foot, a pile of bones, and a split skull are discovered in a Danish bog, is it a case for the police or archaeologists? It becomes a case for chief inspector Tobias Lange when it is confirmed the remains are those of a young male, early twenties, beaten to death with a blunt instrument about two decades earlier.
Tobias finds himself on the trail of eco-warriors, Sami protesters safeguarding reindeer rights in Lapland, and a disaffected young woman estranged from her family. Then another incomplete set of human bones turns up, and then another. When the trail takes a turn into a murky world of sex trafficking and illegal immigrants, Tobias starts to fear for his eco-warrior daughter Agnes.


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A great traditional police procedural

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Don't get me wrong, I love blood, guts and violence in a story. However, Bogman is great, and unique, for the simple reason that it doesn't feature those aspects.

Bogman, in short, is a great, traditional, police thriller that weaves its way, logically, to conclusion.

I thought Tobias Lange was a well developed character and I really enjoyed his personal issues, his relationship with his daughter and interactions with the world around him.

To top it all, I didn't know the outcome until the end. Just as it should be.

A great listen/read for anybody looking for a good thriller. A side benefit for me is that I got to learn about Denmark in the process!

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.

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- tearai

Good story, narration has problems

The story is OK as a murder mystery. There's an emphasis on procedure, with detailed exploration of dead-ends and alternative hypotheses. The Scandinavian theme has a certain amount of local color. Characterization is OK. The main problem is that the narration is somewhat muddy. It comes out as a sussurrating, staccato monotone that is difficult to follow, unless you are a dedicated fan paying very close attention and have a little or no environmental sounds, such as traffic, a/c, etc.. I had to stop and rewind more than once.
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- cpk

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-14-2016
  • Publisher: Crux Publishing