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Publisher's Summary

When a shadow from the past reawakens, successful surgeon Axel Glenne's life turns upside down. Soon after, a woman's body is found in Nordmarka, a forest north of Oslo.
Items found near the body suggest that the killer is leaving a message, and while this death is being investigated, another woman is murdered. The similarities are too close to be coincidental - and it appears that Axel Glenne has a connection to both victims. Medusa is a Scandinavian psychological thriller about identity and jealousy, unfaithfulness and revenge.
©2007 Cappelen Damm AS (P)2016 Headline Digital
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By Clare on 04-05-17

Slow starter

I began to think I had made a mistake wit this one. Just as I was losing interest it picked up again.

The final denouement wasn't entirely a surprise, and I didn't really like any of the characters that much, except perhaps, Nina, the policewoman. But I began to see why each character had aspects that were a bit unsavoury - these all fed into the plot.

The reading was overall good, but could at times be irritating.

I think if I could I would give it 3 1/2.

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By Carolyn on 07-13-17

Good story ruined by terrible narration

It would appear that all Norwegian women sound like 90 year olds with thin reedy voices, the male voices are only slightly better. A shame.
Apparently you have to give 1 star as a minimum rating, so zero was not permissible

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