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10 thoughts on “Dregs (William Wisting #6)

  1. says:

    It really is a shame to have missed the first five novels in this series, because Dregs is exactly what I look for when I m reading a novel of crime fiction It has a good plot, enough suspects to keep the reader guessing, very little in the way of extraneous subplot, romance or main character existentialist angst crisis so that the reader stays focused on the crime and its solution It is a brilliant police procedural which is all about getting to the root of the mystery at the heart of the sto It really is a shame to have missed the first five novels in this series, because Dregs is exactly what I look for when I m reading a novel of crime fiction It has a good plot, enough suspects to keep the reader guessing, very little in the way of extraneous subplot, romance or main character existentialist angst crisis so that the reader stays focused on the crime and its solution It is a brilliant police procedural which is all about getting to the root of the mystery at the heart of the story.Set in Norway, the novel opens with the discovery of a tennis shoe which is rolling around at the edge o...


  2. says:

    This is a great police procedural Set in Norway this is a solid read, a great crime story with a intriguing plot.I think I have found another great character in William Wisting, looking forward toif the first five books are ever translated.


  3. says:

    In an attempt to expand my literary horizons, I took it upon myself to introduce myself to Jorn Lier Horst, acclaimed Scandinavian mystery writer Chief Inspector William Wisting has a great deal of experience with police work in Norway, as well as its dark underbelly After a shoe washes ashore with a left foot still inside, Wisting cannot tell if this is foul play or some horrible accident When a second shoe turns up, also containing a left foot, Wisting must begin to wonder if there is a dis In an attempt to expand my literary horizons, I took it upon myself to introduce myself to Jorn Lier Horst, acclaimed Scandinavian mystery writer Chief Inspector William Wisting has a great deal of experience with police work in Norway, as well as its dark underbelly After a shoe washes ashore with a left foot still inside, Wisting cannot tell if this is foul play or some horrible accident When a second shoe turns up, also containing a left foot, Wisting must begin to wonder if there is a disaster out at sea, or is a murderer is dismembering victims and trying to destroy the evidence Could these feet have anything to do with a number of recent disappearances in the area a...


  4. says:

    I usually hate reading a series out of order but since, even though, this is the 6th it is the first translated into English Characters were not as flawed as the characters in many nordic crime fiction, but the storyline was interesting A bit of historical data and really enjo...


  5. says:

    Starten var litt treig, mest fordi Wisting ikke hadde noen gode ledetr der f lge og alt var egentlig en stort surr av mulige l sninger I denne boka f lte jeg at jeg hadde allerede kommer fram til mulige ting som burde sjekkes ut lenge f r hovedpersonen selv tenkte p det Noen ting, som jeg tenkte at han burde ha sjekket, sjekket han ikke i det hele tatt.Enkelte av drapsofrene ble ikke etterforsket ondet hele tatt Hvorfor ikke Jeg ville fjerne likt vite hva som var grunnen til at akkurat Starten var litt treig, mest fordi Wisting ikke hadde noen gode ledetr der f lge og alt var egentlig en stort surr av mulige l sninger I denne boka f lte jeg at jeg hadde allerede kommer fram til mulige ting som burde sjekkes ut lenge f r hovedpersonen selv tenkte p det Noen ting, som jeg tenkte at han burde ha sjekket, sjekket han ikke ...


  6. says:

    It was fine, quick read but slightly boring Ending is abrupt in my opinion but I didn t actually figure out who did it until the end so it s got that going for it Unfortunately, I won t be continuing the series I suppose perhaps it s just not my type of book, a lot of others seem to really enjoy it.


  7. says:

    I am a fan of all Scandinavian mystery crime novels available in English My favorite authors are Jussi Adler Olsen, Camilla Lackberg, Asa Larsson, among others I was so excited and looking forward to have found a new series, saw great reviews about this series and was not very impressed It was a bit slow, not much to keep me going, very slow and the main character always drained of energy, it kinda transfer his lack of energy to the reader A real downer without much excitement and in the cli I am a fan of all Scandinavian mystery crime novels available in English My favorite authors are Jussi Adler Olsen, Camilla Lackberg, Asa Larsson, among others I was so excited and looking forward to have found a new series, saw ...


  8. says:

    I would heartily recommend this to fans of scandinavian crime fiction This is the first of Horst s books to be translated into English, and it introduces us to William Wisting Norwegian detective, widower and father Wisting is a very likeable character and his daughter is for once, not flawed as in other Scan Crime fiction especially Jar City by Indriadsson Line Wisting is also a likeable character who you get the feeling will go far in her chosen professional field of journalism.This nov I would heartily recommend this to fans of scandinavian crime fiction This is the first of Horst s books to be translated into English...


  9. says:

    This is Jorn Lier Horst s first book to be translated into English.I will certainly readin the series 6 books so far when they are available The only complaint I would make is that, as the case is resolved, the explanation that is given simply comes from our being told what happened Someone explains to us, as if we are being lectured This is a non dramatic, cop out way of bringing detective fiction to a close and is, unfortunately, very common in detective fiction I see this as a qua This is Jorn Lier Horst s first book to be translated into English.I will certainly readin the series 6 books so far when they are available The only complaint I would make is that, as the case is resolved,...


  10. says:

    I liked the plot and people in the first I ve read by this author It s the first of the series to be tranlated and the dopey publishers chose to translate the 6th book first My favorite Scandinavian cops are Harry Hole, Erlendur and Wallander and William Wisting is certainly welcome at the table I don t mean to leave out Larsson s trio, which is how most of us mystery folk were led to this treasure trove however his death ended that source I might add that I ll never forgive Mankell for wha I liked the plot and people in the first I ve read by this author It s the first of the series to be tranlated and the dopey publishers chose to translate the 6th book first My favorite...


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Dregs (William Wisting #6) Meet Chief Inspector William Wisting, An Experienced Policeman Who Is Familiar With The Dark Side Of Human Nature He Lives In Challenging Times For The Norwegian Police Force, Meeting Them With Integrity And Humanity, And A Fragile Belief That He Can Play A Part In Creating A Better World Dregs Begins With A Police Report Giving The Place And Time Of The Discovery Of A Training Shoe Washed Up On The Sand, Still Containing A Severed Foot From The Victim S Body, The Introduction Of CI William Wisting, And The First Hint Of His Health Worries Soon A Second Shoe Is Washed Up, But It Is Another Left What Is The Explanation For This Has There Been Some Kind Of Terrible Accident At Sea Does It Indicate The Killing And Dismembering Of Two Victims Is There A Link With The Unsolved Mystery Of A Number Of Disappearances In The Larvik Area In Recent Months In This Gripping Police Procedural, Wisting Gradually Gets To The Bottom Of The Mystery With The Help Of His All Too Human Colleagues And His Journalist Daughter, Line.

  • Paperback
  • 310 pages
  • Dregs (William Wisting #6)
  • Jørn Lier Horst
  • English
  • 24 September 2018
  • 1905207670

About the Author: Jørn Lier Horst

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