Into oblivion
Arnaldur Indriðason

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Into oblivion

an Icelandic thriller

Large Print edition.
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Language
English
Pages
459

It is 1979, a few years after Reykjavík Nights closed, and Erlendur is now a detective, already divorced, and is working for the shadowy Marion Briem. A body of a man has been found in the blue lagoon, which has not yet become the tourist spot it is today. Apparently the victim fell from a great height, and at first the police investigate the possibility that he has been thrown out of an airplane. In parallel, Erlendur is asked to investigate the cold case of a young girl who vanished into thin air on her way to school forty years earlier.

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2016
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Edition Notes

Translation from Icelandic of: Kamp Knox.

"First published in Iceland under the title Kamp Knox by Vaka-Helgafell"--Title page verso.

Translated from the Icelandic.

Series
An Inspector Erlendur novel, Thorndike Press large print thriller, Thorndike Press large print thriller
Copyright Date
2015

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
839/.6935
Library of Congress
PT7511.A67 K3613 2016b

The Physical Object

Pagination
459 pages (large print)
Number of pages
459

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL27213434M
ISBN 10
1410488098
ISBN 13
9781410488091
LC Control Number
2016000435
OCLC/WorldCat
961030396, 934382999

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