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Publisher's Summary

Iceland’s best-selling novelist and a winner of the CWA Gold Dagger Award, Arnaldur Indridason is an international phenomenon highly regarded for his engrossing crime fiction. In Hypothermia, Inspector Erlendur contends with personal demons while investigating a woman’s suicide. Although there are no signs of foul play, Erlendur gradually exposes a sinister plot.
©2010 Arnaldur Indridason (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
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Critic Reviews

“… psychologically astute, beautifully told, and filled with insight into matters of life and death.” (Booklist, starred review)
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By Silverhamr on 05-20-16

Very Fine Quiet Mystery!

I really enjoyed this book. Of course, George Guidall is the perfect narrator. It is not a wild suspense novel but a lovely tale involving several stories that seem separate but become all intertwined together. Highly recommended!

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By J on 06-08-11

Suicide is a Missing Person's Case too.

I like mysteries, but this writer does something more. Arnauldur Indridason's stories are thought provoking long after the book is finished. This tale creeps up on you. This is my favorite Inspector Erlender story and the narrator does an excellent job with the characters and the Icelandic names. The end was very moving.
I hope Audible will procure more of Indridason's books. Really excellent!

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