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Yours Until Death (1979)

by Gunnar Staalesen

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Bad noir. Loaded with forgettable similes, metaphors, recollections of a kiss. Then there's this sentence: "And I hid my face between her legs so she wouldn't see me crying." Two murders in Bergen, Norway. Gangs of kids. Aquavit. Not much that reveals the Norwegian setting save a description of a ferry in the last few pages, and the names of countless towns...One star was generous. ( )
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The single-mother families of an isolated community are being terrorised by a teenage gang. Varg Veum encounters the gang's pathetic but deadly ferocity to help a young client.

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