Sat 23 July 2011, The Times

Outrage by Arnaldur Indridason, trans Anne Yates

By Marcel Berlins
Detective Erlendur, the usual hero of Indridason’s excellent Reykjavik series, is on leave and it is left to his colleague Elinborg to conduct the investigation into the bloody killing of a young telecoms engineer. The victim’s throat has been slit and a quantity of Rohypnol is in his pocket as...
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