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  • Title: Mind's Eye
  • Author: Håkan Nesser Laurie Thompson
  • ISBN: 9780375425035
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The highly anticipated first novel in the Inspector Van Veeteren series in now available in English At last, American readers will be able to enjoy, from its very beginnings, this addictive series by one of Europe s most beloved and best selling crime writers.Chief Inspector Van Veeteren knew that murder cases were never as open and shut as this one Janek Mitter woke oneThe highly anticipated first novel in the Inspector Van Veeteren series in now available in English At last, American readers will be able to enjoy, from its very beginnings, this addictive series by one of Europe s most beloved and best selling crime writers.Chief Inspector Van Veeteren knew that murder cases were never as open and shut as this one Janek Mitter woke one morning with a brutal hangover and discovered his wife of three months lying facedown in the bathtub, dead With only the flimsiest excuse as his defense, he is found guilty of a drunken crime of passion and imprisoned in a mental institution.But Van Veeteren s suspicions about the identity of the killer are borne out when Mitter also becomes a murder victim Now the chief inspector launches a full scale investigation of the two slayings But it may only be the unspoken secrets of the dead revealed in a mysterious letter that Mitter wrote shortly before his death that will finally allow Van Veeteren to unmask the killer and expose the shocking root of this sordid violence.
    Mind s Eye The highly anticipated first novel in the Inspector Van Veeteren series in now available in English At last American readers will be able to enjoy from its very beginnings this addictive series by

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    1. Inspector Van Veeteren His face was crisscrossed by small blue veins, many of them burst, and his expression was reminiscent of a petrified bloodhound The only thing that moved was the toothpick, which wandered slowly from one side of his mouth to the other He could talk without moving his lips, read without moving his eyes, yawn without moving his mouth He was much of a mummy than a person made up of flesh and blood But beyond doubt a very efficient police officer Janek Mitter married his wife [...]

    2. A surprisingly good and well written murder mystery.For fans of Scandinavian crime fiction, Hakan Nesser should be on a short list of favorites The first book in the Chief Inspector Van Veeteren series, The Mind s Eye was first published in Sweden in 1993 as Det grovmaskiga n tet This was good enough for Nesser to be awarded the 1993 Swedish Crime Writers Academy Prize for new authors.Crime fiction is like a salesman the lead detective, typically the writer s protagonist, must sell the story by [...]

    3. 4 I was on a cruise last year and sat with a Swedish couple for dinner one night I mentioned that I liked to read mysteries and had read books by 2 Swedish authors, Henning Mankell and Stieg Larsson He recommended that I read books by Hakan Nesser I am pleased that I followed his recommendation.This is book 1 in the series and I enjoyed it It is a psychological mystery with Detective Chief Inspector Van Veeteren solving the mystery by deductive reasoning and following clues There is very little [...]

    4. This is the book that introduced Swedish Inspector Van Veeteren After a drunken night of love making, Janek Mitter awakens to find his wife drowned in the bathtub, and Mitter has absolutely no recollection of what might have happened Van Veeteren is not completely certain that Mitter is guilty of the murder, but with the evidence stacked against him and no real defense, Mitter is convicted and sent to a mental institution.After some time in the institution, Mitter is brutally murdered, and Van V [...]

    5. Despite being the first official novel in the Detective Chief Inspector Van Veeteren series, The Mind s Eye was not published in the UK until after outings two and three, hence many readers found it a little disconcerting to come to this first offering belatedly Thankfully, despite having encountered Van Veeteren in a much later novel, I have the privilege of meeting the frequently irascible and perennially grouchy detective from his initial starting point Although this first case is not the mos [...]

    6. I loved Mind s Eye by H kan Nesser, the first in the Swedish crime series featuring Inspector Van Veeteren, the grumpy, cynical, aging detective who has a stinging sense of humor In fact, although I m an incorrigible multi book reader, I found myself unable to read anything else until I finished this book a rare event that I always hope for The character of Van Veeteren is the primary attraction but the other characters are all seamlessly drawn and the plot is well paced and absorbing I can t wa [...]

    7. I have enjoyed other Scandinavian murder mysteries so much that I was happy to discover Nesser s Inspector Van Veeteren series of which this book is one I ve read three of his books now and there are many things about them that I don t like For one, I was disappointed to find that Nesser s writing doesn t evoke a strong sense of place for me, which is something I have found compelling about other Scandinavian authors I also really disliked Inspector Van Veeteren as a character although he is the [...]

    8. This was a slow starter It seemed so predictable in the beginning it had me fooled After 50 60 pages the story got speed, it held my attention till the end I m looking forward to reading the next one in the series.

    9. Gifted Scandinavian curmudgeon depressed detective it s deja vu all over again I read the imitators first this is one of the originals Good read.t sure it was supposed to be funny, but I laughed quite a bit I can see myself getting hooked on the series.

    10. This is actually the first installment in the series featuring Inspector Van Veeteren, set in Sweden, and it is a good one I really love Nesser s books, having read the first three in the series so far Mind s Eye, Borkmann s Point, The Return In this debut and you ll never believe it s the first of a series, it s that good , Van Veeteren takes the case of Janek Mitter, who wakes up one morning after a night of heavy drinking to find his wife Eva in the bathtub, dead The only suspect is Mitter hi [...]

    11. There will be absolutely no hint of spoilers in Nesser reviews from me I found Nesser books after running out of Karin Fossum books to read Nesser s writing is excellent and does an unbelievable job at sucking the reader in to the twisted story being laid out For some reason, in the majority of Scandanavian mystery writers I have found, their ability to do that is second to no other countries mystery writers The only criticism I have is that I am not happy about with Nesser s books is that it ta [...]

    12. A really good page turner with strong characterization the protagonist Chief Inspector Funny at some parts, too Didn t see the end coming I d truly recommend this to anyone who likes crime and mystery fiction.

    13. This book has an intriguing start A man wakes up from a drunken stupor to find his wife dead in the bath tub He has no memory of the night before He phones the police and cleans the apartment He is suspected to be the murderer by the police and is convicted of the crime He himself is later murdered while imprisoned Although many people are interviewed no solid leads form because no one knows much about the murder victims No leads at all and the book drifts from interviews of people who know the [...]

    14. There is something in the water in those Scandinavian countries, perhaps leakage from Iceland The hype about the various mystery writers from Sweden, Norway and Finland is no joke much like the denizens of Reykjavik, there is something about the northern latitudes that is extremely conducive to a journey into a dark and deep mystery.My first introduction to this kind of writing was Jar City , which itself was well introduced to me by its movie adaptation When I saw Mind s Eye on the library book [...]

    15. Uma boa escrita.Uma narrativa a preceito.Uma mulher morta Um marido suspeito Um pol cia exc ntrico.O enredo oh j me esqueci eu e os policiais

    16. Hakan Nesser n 1950 Cont m Spoilers1 Det Grovmaskiga Natet La Tosca Red Un Caso Del Inspector Van Veeteren The Mind s Eye do escritor sueco Hakan Nesser o primeiro livro da s rie Van Veeteren A ac o decorre em Maardam, um cidade fict cia, localizada num Pa s do Norte da Europa, entre 5 de Outubro s bado e 5 de Dezembro quinta feira 2 Um homem acorda na escurid o da sua sala de estar Est de ressaca, confuso, desorientado e com muitas dores N o sabe o seu nome Dirige se casa de banho que encontra [...]

    17. Nesser, Hakan MIND S EYE 1993 US 2008 This was the first Inspector Van Veeteren mystery novel by this author, but had a delayed translation into English so that it was the third to be published in this country It would have been good to have read them in order, since this first novel introduces Van Veeteren and his quirky ways of going about solving crimes Information about his personal life is also in this book that is only referred to obliquely in later novels Anyway, the plot is fairly straig [...]

    18. This seems to be a common pattern that foreign detective novels from a series are translated out of order several other Inspector Van Veeteren novels came out in English before this one Thus the book, set in the current day is now describing a Sweden of almost twenty years ago.Presumably publishers do this out of order because they decide that one of the later titles is compelling for an English speaking audience and that the first one is weaker It certainly seems possible in this case Most pol [...]

    19. I truly love nordic noir so it is difficult for me not to adore all mysteries and crime novels that come out in this genre, however, Mind s Eye was a challenge for me The storyline was very good, the details were excellent I really liked the main character and would enjoy getting to know him better What was most difficult was Hakan Nesser s writing style It was very disjointed and scattered as though he got lost in his own thought process and didn t know where to go next At one point his charact [...]

    20. 2,5 Alturas h em que certa est ria pouco nos diz mas at simpatizamos com uma ou outra personagem Ou vice versa Aqui nem uma nem outra coisa sucedeu Ali s, tive alguma dificuldade em ver algo de positivo nesta obra.Tentar visualizar o protagonista de palito na boca e isto recorrente e usar o sarcasmo em alturas inapropriadas tarefa ingl ria As outras personagens pareceram me muito bananas E a est ria Bem, n o me agradou particularmente nem a forma como foi explorada E os erros grosseiros de revis [...]

    21. Una historia f cil de leer, trabaja mucho en esconder qui n es el verdadero asesino y en dar pistas sobre ello Me gust el personaje VV.An easy to read story, he works hard at hiding who the real killer is and giving hints about it I liked the VV character.

    22. N o gostei das personagens nem do enredo Mesmo assim ainda quero ler o pr ximo livro e esse que vai ditar, se vou acompanhar este autor ou n o.

    23. Nesser writes one of my favorite mystery series I ve been reading these out of chronological order because often times books that are translated to English are done in order of popularity The first of the series was only recently released It was nice to finally read 1 It didn t really seem like it was opening any new doors of understanding or provide much background All of the characters were just as they are in his later books This book did seem to have a bit of a psycho sexual edge to it than [...]

    24. This book starts off when Janek Mitter finds his wife, Eva Ringmar, dead in the bathtub, he calls the police and waits for them to arrive And while he s waiting he tidies up a little bit his house Well by doing this the police take him in as a suspect in the murder I was confused at the beginning because I didn t have enough background information to know who was who and what was happening Mitter wasn t the greatest in cooperating with the authorities, he basically didn t say anything, couldn t [...]

    25. I borrowed Hakan Nesser s The Mind s Eye from the library for inclusion in my year long Reading the World project I hadn t heard of it before, but I count myself as a fan of Nordic Noir, and thought it might be just the thing to read on a cold winter s night This volume has been translated from its original Swedish by Laurie Thompson, and was first published in Sweden in 1993 the author was victorious in the Swedish Crime Writers Academy Prize for it, and subsequently won other prestigious award [...]

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