By Arnaldur Indridason

Downtrodden detective Erlendur and his crew needs to once more look at Reykjavik’s hidden prior to resolve a case of human nastiness. Alive with pressure and surroundings and disturbingly actual, this is often a good continuation of the Reykjavik homicide Mysteries.

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Then he went on to discuss academic works on criminology and the earth sciences, a kind of forensic geology, if Elínborg understood him correctly. She listened to him rambling away until she lost her patience. " she asked. "Difficult to say," the geologist said in his deep voice, assuming an academic pose. " Elínborg asked. "A thousand years? " The geologist looked at her. "Difficult to say," he repeated. " Elínborg asked. " The geologist looked at Elínborg and smiled. "Sorry, I was thinking. " "He's been lying here," Elínborg groaned.

What about that? " She told him. Erlendur stood up and called an ambulance and the emergency shift at the Child Welfare Council, giving a brief account of the circumstances. "Then there's the second thing," Erlendur said as he waited for the ambulance. " "Leave him out of this," she said. "So he can keep doing it? " "It's just . " "Yes, what? What's just . " "If you're going to take him . " "If you're going to take him, make sure you kill him. If you don't, he'll kill me," she said with a cold smile at Erlendur.

All I know is that it's good building land," Jon said. " "Maybe the city's grown out of all proportion," Erlendur said. " "Redcurrants? No idea. " They talked briefly before Jon drove away again. Erlendur gained the impression that his creditors were about to expropriate the land, but that there was a glimpse of hope if he could manage to squeeze out yet another loan. Erlendur intended to go home himself. The evening sun shed a beautiful red glow on the western sky, spreading in from the sea and across the land.

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