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Series: Varg Veum

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Le Loup dans la bergerie by Gunnar Staalesen1
Yours until Death by Gunnar Staalesen2
Tornerose sov i hundre år by Gunnar Staalesen3
La donna nel frigo by Gunnar Staalesen4
At Night All Wolves are Grey by Gunnar Staalesen5
Hekseringen : sju fortellinger om Varg Veum by Gunnar Staalesen6
Svarte får by Gunnar Staalesen7
Falne engler by Gunnar Staalesen8
Bitre blomster by Gunnar Staalesen9
Begravde hunder biter ikke by Gunnar Staalesen10
The Writing on the Wall by Gunnar Staalesen11
The Dead Have It Easy by Gunnar Staalesen12
As If In A Mirror (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen13
Face to Face (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen14
The Consorts of Death (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen15
Cold Hearts (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen16
We Shall Inherit The Wind (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen17
Where Roses Never Die (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen18
Ingen er så trygg i fare : kriminalroman by Gunnar Staalesen19
Wolves in the Dark (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen19
Big Sister (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen20
Wolves at the Door (Varg Veum Series) by Gunnar Staalesen21
Varg Veum. De dødes dal by Gunnar Staalesen Syv Fjell 1
Varg Veum : Dødelig ekko by Gunnar Staalesen Syv Fjell 2
Vintermassakren by Gunnar Staalesen Syv Fjell 3

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Varg Veum est ce détective faussement classique, divorcé, amateur d'aquavit, à chaque fois impliqué dans des affaires qui le burinent et le blessent sans jamais le blinder. Rien avec lui ne sera tout à fait ce qu'il semblait être au départ. On se croit parti pour une intrigue récréative, finement construite, et l'univers est ailleurs, plus complexe, s'inscrivant dans une connaissance si profonde de la nature humaine qu'elle donne un nouveau souffle au roman policier. Veum est à l'écoute et il a choisi le camp de l'humain, du fragile et de la compassion.

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