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REVENGE CAN TAKE MORE THAN A LIFETIMEIn a sleepy hamlet in north Sweden the local police make a chilling discovery nineteen people have been brutally slaughtered It is a crime unprecedented in Sweden's history and the police are under incredible pressure to solve the killingsWhen Judge Birgitta Roslin reads about the massacre she realises that she has a family connection to one of the couples involved and decides to investigate When the police make a hasty arrest it is left to her to investigate the source of a nineteenth century diary and red silk ribbon found near the crime scene What she will uncover leads her into an international web of corruption and a story of vengeance that stretches back over a hundred years


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    Despite a bloody gore fest kicking off the action and a story that spans from 19th century America to present day China Sweden Africa and England this ended up being about as interesting as a lecture on geopolitics from a semi bright junior high studentThis book begins with the discovery of a massacre of almost the entire population of a tiny village in a remote area of Sweden 19 people have been sliced and diced in various ways Even the pets have been brutally killed Hey Sweden WTF? Seriously I thought America was supposed to be the king of using wanton acts of violence for pop entertainment But after reading Let the Right One In Stieg Larsson and some of Mankell’s Kurt Wallander series I’m starting to think you’re even twisted than we areA criminal judge with a foundering marriage and a bit of a mid life crisis named Birgitta Roslin realizes that her deceased mother’s foster parents were among those killed When Roslin unexpectedly has some time off work she travels to the area of the slaughter for reasons she doesn’t really understand and she ends up coming across clues indicating that the killer may have been from China However when a better local suspect pops up the police chase that angle instead Birgitta doesn’t realize that she’s stumbled into a story of revenge that began in America during the building of the transcontinental railroad during the 1860s Great set up for a story but it fails miserablyThe first problem is that I don’t even know what kind of book it’s supposed to be It’s not a horror novel or a schlock crime story despite the grisly murders that start it It’s not a whodunit because the villain is introduced pretty early in the book along with his motives for the crime You’d think it’d turn into a globe spanning thriller then right? Wrong Despite the many exotic locales and a couple of other murders most of the book consists of various characters' thoughts about China or their personal lives So if you know who committed the crime and there’s no action driving the resolution of the plot what’s the point of the story?The second problem is that the main character is an amateur slueth I’m not a big fan of these characters and it’s tricky to make it work If you’re going to have an investigator who isn’t a professional and is outside the system then a writer usually has to make the authorities corrupt or completely stupid Or the protagonist has to be put in circumstances so that they won’t be believed when they uncover evidence But in this case you’ve got a respected Swedish judge who the police are at least willing to listen to So the second she realizes she’s in danger or gets a critical piece of information you’d think she’d be on the phone Uhno Because Birgitta Roslin is an utter moronShe’s naïve when she should be paranoid Paranoid when she has no reason to be Trusting when she shouldn’t be Untrusting when she has no reason to be All in the interests of just moving this glacially paced plot forward Which doesn’t matter BECAUSE I ALREADY KNOW WHO DID IT AND WHY It’s maddening knowing everything that your idiot heroine doesn’t and is too stupid to figure outPrime example At a key point near the end of the book Birgitta gets a critical piece of news dropped in her lap Everything is dropped in Birgitta’s lap She doesn’t actually DO anything except kind of grope around in a clumsy way while claiming that she’s just trying to stay informed about the on going investigation It involves locating a person that the police know they should at least talk too You know to solve THE GODDAMN MASS MURDER But old Birgitta just goes to bed She’s shocked in the morning to discover that her night’s sleep resulted in another murder and she has good reason to think that she’s next Despite the fact that a person of interest in a GODDAMN MASS MURDER may very well be coming to kill a freaking judge Birgitta does NOT call the cops Instead she flees Sweden in a panic to go to London and seek help from a Chinese woman that she had met only once Because when a GODDAMN MASS MURDERER is on your trail it’s always best NOT to inform the agents of the same justice system that employs you It’s much better to seek aid in a foreign country from someone you don't really knowJesus weptI can’t believe that the guy who writes the terrific Kurt Wallander novels is the same person who came up with this piece of crap If Wallander would have been the guy investigating a GODDAMN MASS MURDER you can be sure that he’d call the other cops for help when he found the guy responsible