By Arnaldur Indridason
Downtrodden detective Erlendur and his crew needs to once more investigate Reykjavik’s hidden prior to solve a case of human nastiness. Alive with pressure and surroundings and disturbingly genuine, this can be an exceptional continuation of the Reykjavik homicide Mysteries.
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She stopped working for the merchant. He said she no longer needed to earn herself a living. He got a job at the harbour until he could join a fishing boat. Dreamed about going to sea. She stood by the kitchen table, holding her stomach. Although she had not yet told him, she was certain she was pregnant. It could have been expected. They had discussed having children, but she was not sure how he felt about it, he could be so mysterious. If the baby was a boy, she had already chosen his name. She wanted a boy.
Asked Sigurdur Óli, a city boy who knew nothing about Icelandic farm animals. "There was no mistaking it," the student said. " Erlendur asked. He knew he would eventually be given the findings of the geologist Elínborg had called out, the archaeologist and the forensic pathologist, but he did not mind hearing the student's opinion. "I took a look at the soil and, based on the rate of decay, we're maybe talking about 70 years. Not much more than that. " "No, quite," Erlendur said. " He turned to Sigurdur Óli.
She wanted a boy. He would be called Simon. She had heard about men who beat their wives. Heard of women who had to put up with violence from their husbands. Heard stories. She could not believe that he was one of them. Did not think him capable of it. It must have been an isolated incident, she told herself. He thought I was flirting with Snorri, she thought. I must be careful not to let that happen again. She wiped her face and snuffled. What aggression. Although he had walked out he would surely come back home soon and apologise to her.