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Arctic Chill: Summary and book reviews of Arctic Chill by Arnaldur Indridason
Arctic Chill is unique among Idridason's Erlendur books: the previous four all revolve mostly around crimes connected to the past. This one combines the best aspects of Indridason's earlier books with a new and compelling awareness of Iceland now. (Reviewed by Joanne Collings).
Full Review (1054 words).
Recent Reader Reviews
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