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The boy in the headlights is the third in the Munch and Kruger series I have read the previous one so I was excited to receive a copy of this.A ballet dancer in full costume is found dead in a middle of lake in a remote area There is no sign of a struggle Munch and Kruger and assigned to the case and are troubled How did she get there They find a needle mark on her body As the case goes onbodies turn up, with similarities to the ballet dancer and the team know that they have a serial The boy in the headlights is the third in the Munch and Kruger series I have read the previous one so I was excited to receive a copy of this.A ballet dancer in full costume is found dead in a middle of lake in a remote area There is no sign of a struggle Munch and Kruger and assigned to the case and are troubled How did she get there They find a needle mark on her body As the case goes onbodies turn up, with similarities to the ballet dancer and the team know that they have a serial killer on their hands.This story had a great start, like the previous two books I was an easy, but gripping read But there was so many characters and I got lost a bit When we find out who the killer really was I was a bit disappointing 3.5 stars from me Having read and loved the first two books in this series, I was delighted to be able to read this one We re back with Holger and Mia in The Boy in the Headlights as they recover from the events of The Owl Always Hunts at Night They each had a lot to deal with and are doing so in their own way When a body is found at a mountain lake, they are called in to investigate But as with all good crime novels, the body count inevitably rises As Holger and Mia work to find out who is leaving them clues Having read and loved the first two books in this series, I was delighted to be able to read this one We re back with Holger and Mia in The Boy in the Headlights as they recover from the events of The Owl Always Hunts at Night They each had a lot to deal with and are doing so in their own way When a body is found at a mountain lake, they are called in to investigate But as with all good crime novels, the body count inevitably rises As Holger and Mia work to find out who is leaving them clues at each scene, they find themselves drawn in deeper into the killer s game at every turn What follows is a game of murderous cat and mouse that delves into their pasts while simultaneously threatening their future.I really like the pairing between these two detectives, it shouldn t work, but it does Both have their own flaws and foibles, but they know each other well enough to push past them and focus on the job at hand.The Boy in the Headlights is another excellent addition to the series A gripping plot, dark characters and great writing make this a highly absorbing read.If you like your Scandi crime as we all know, I LOVE it , this is a series you need to add to your TBR Highly recommended @FREE EBOOK Ä Gutten som elsket rådyr × Det er jul En eldre mann sitter i bilen sin p vei over fjellet Han f r plutselig ye p noe i m rket der fremme, og f r med n d og neppe stoppet I sn drevet foran ham st r en liten gutt Bl p leppene Med et r dyrhorn p hodet Fjorten r senere blir en ung jente funnet d d i et fjellvann, ikke langt unna Jenta er kledd som en ballettdanser Ved bredden st r et fotoapparat I lyngen ved vannkanten ligger en side fra barneboka Br drene L vehjerte Mia Kr ger jages fortsatt av tvillings sterens d d Holger Munch har v rt ute i permisjon for ta seg av datteren Sammen dras de inn i denne merkelige og intrikate saken, fast bestemt p finne en snarlig l sning Men lite vet de Om hva som snart skal m te dem Samuel Bj rk er pseudonymet Frode Sander ien bruker p sine krimromaner Hans f rste krim, Det henger en engel alene i skogen, vakte stor oppsikt internasjonalt og er solgt tilland Boken ble nominert til Bokhandlerprisen i , og var hovedbok i Sveriges st rste bokklubb iOppf lgeren Uglen ble ogs en bestselger i en rekke land Frode Sander ien har ogs utgitt romanene Fantastiske Pepsi Love og Speed til frokost This is the third in the series featuring Holger Munch and Mia Kruger The first book was, I m Travelling Alone, and the second was, The Owl Always Hunts at Night I loved, I m Travelling Alone, but was a littlereserved about its sequel, so I was interested to read this For those familiar with the characters, there are still the same issues surrounding the main characters Holger Munch is still, unrealistically, hoping to reunite with his wife and Mia Kruger is still obsessed with h This is the third in the series featuring Holger Munch and Mia Kruger The first book was, I m Travelling Alone, and the second was, The Owl Always Hunts at Night I loved, I m Travelling Alone, but was a littlereserved about its sequel, so I was interested to read this For those familiar with the characters, there are still the same issues surrounding the main characters Holger Munch is still, unrealistically, hoping to reunite with his wife and Mia Kruger is still obsessed with her dead twin sister That aside, I did feel this was a much better read than the previous novel, with a strong serial killer story, alongside that involving the members of the team.The beginning of this novel really sets the atmosphere, as does the discovery of a body in a lake a young ballet dancer, found still in her dance costume As the body count grows, Holger Munch is dispirited by the involvement of outside agencies, and his lack of control in the investigation The author really keeps the pace going with this novel and he manages to embrace all of the members of the unit, not just Munch and Kruger I thought the writing was excellent there were lots of clever touches and interesting characters, such as the rather annoying journalist, who you end up feeling sorry for, and I enjoyed Curry s greater involvement in this book.Overall, I feel that the author has written a novel which is easily as good as his debut and, having got past that difficult, second novel, in a series, is back on top form I look forward to readingin this series and recommend this instalment in the series highly I received a copy of this book from the publisher, via NetGalley, for review I dont really get this book Its so tense and weird You hope that the ending will be awesome, but then it becomes lame and predictable Liked the first two books better I would like to thank Netgalley and Random House UK, Transworld Publishers for an advance copy of The Boy in the Headlights, the third novel to feature Norwegian detectives Holger Munch and Mia Kr ger.When the body of a ballet dancer, in full costume, is found dead in a remote lake the special unit is reactivated Munch and Kr ger have hardly got going whenbodies are discovered The team is stumped but gradually start to build a picture.I thoroughly enjoyed The Boy in the Headlights which I would like to thank Netgalley and Random House UK, Transworld Publishers for an advance copy of The Boy in the Headlights, the third novel to feature Norwegian detectives Holger Munch and Mia Kr ger.When the body of a ballet dancer, in full costume, is found dead in a remote lake the special unit is reactivated Munch and Kr ger have hardly got going whenbodies are discovered The team is stumped but gradually start to build a picture.I thoroughly enjoyed The Boy in the Headlights which is a slow burn of a read with an imaginative killer and some surprising twists and turns The novel opens in 1990 with an old man driving home through remote countryside and finding a young boy with reindeer antlers tied to his head, the eponymous boy in the headlights How he ties in to the rest of the plot only becomes clear later in the novel but it s ingenious The rest of the novel is set in the present, involving the hunt for a serial killer I found it gripping and compulsive from the unusual killing method and investigative practices to themundane than you would guess motive through a series of well drawn vignettes of reactions to the investigation like the reporter and the general It makes for a cohesive whole.I like the characters too who are very human and frail Holger Munch whose life outside work revolves around his family and still hopes to get back with his ex wife even though she s married to someone else Hope or delusion Whatever, his customary good sense evades him on that subject Mia Kr ger is acomplex character A brilliant investigator given to flashes of genius who always moves the investigation on she is precarious mentally Suicide and death are never far from her thoughts and she struggles with alcohol and prescription drug dependencies, longing to join her dead twin, Sigrid There are, however, green shoots of survival in this novel She has ditched the drink and drugs and her determination to get to the bottom of Sigrid s death suggest a desire to move on I found her ups and downs very relatable and have nothing but praise for her portrayal It is moving and all too human.The Boy in the Headlights really hit the spot for me so I have no hesitation in recommending it as a great read Another solid addition to this series Fans of Nesbo and Jonasson will love these books. Samuel Bjork s The Boy in the headlights is the third book in the Holger Munch Mia Kruger series It follows the foot steps of the previous books as a compelling psychological thriller The main characters are still kind of the same, Much is still hoping to get back with his ex wife and Mia is still thinking about her dead twin sister Bjork s novels have always been precise and well build so that the reader dives straight into a new place and time when the novel starts The story begins with Samuel Bjork s The Boy in the headlights is the third book in the Holger Munch Mia Kruger series It follows the foot steps of the previous books as a compelling psychological thriller The main characters are still kind of the same, Much is still hoping to get back with his ex wife and Mia is still thinking about her dead twin sister Bjork s novels have always been precise and well build so that the reader dives straight into a new place and time when the novel starts The story begins with a scene from 1999 where an old man is driving home when he sees a young boy in front of him on the empty road Will that event be actually significant Fourteen years later, a ballet dancer in full costume is found dead in a lake Following couple of weeks are a disaster for everyone and the serial killer is still on the loose The old murder investigation group is put back together and Oslo s police is facing hard time with these particular crimes Investigators are dealing with their personal problems as well and Munch is not the only one whose life is going haywire The Boy in the Headlights is a read that traps the readers completely into the story and refuses to let them go Bjork is known for his skilful use of psychology in his novels and this is no exception I really enjoyed this book and the whole series belongs to my favourites I hope that Bjork will continue this at least with a few books and I m super excited about the next book This is the third book in Holger Munch and Mia Kruger series A cold night of 1999, a young boy was found in front of a man s headlights, wearing reindeer s horns on his head.In April 2013, a young ballet dancer is found dead in a lake my a father and his don that went fishing.Holger s team start working on this case and the victims start to increase they are all irrelevant and this confuses the team.Having read the previous two books, I have to say that author has built the story so good that This is the third book in Holger Munch and Mia Kruger series A cold night of 1999, a young boy was found in front of a man s headlights, wearing reindeer s horns on his head.In April 2013, a young ballet dancer is found dead in a lake my a father and his don that went fishing.Holger s team start working on this case and the victims start to increase they are all irrelevant and this confuses the team.Having read the previous two books, I have to say that author has built the story so good that it drowns you to it I didn t read the other two books so I was unaware of any back story between some characters I was totally gripped with page 1 2 with an old man of Seventy one travelling alone in his car on Christmas Day in 1996 driving across the mountains on his way home from Oslo, when he thinks it s a creature on the road, when in fact it was a small boy standing on the road After that scene, with the boy in the road I couldn t read anywhere the scenes changed and for me personally the rest of the I didn t read the other two books so I was unaware of any back story between some characters I was totally gripped with page 1 2 with an old man of Seventy one travelling alone in his car on Christmas Day in 1996 driving across the mountains on his way home from Oslo, when he thinks it s a creature on the road, when in fact it was a small boy standing on the road After that scene, with the boy in the road I couldn t read anywhere the scenes changed and for me personally the rest of the didn t hold my attention I wanted the drama to Carry on within the chapter with the seventy one year man man finding a boy in the middle of the road