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Download Book ´ DNA Author Yrsa Sigurðardóttir Î 488 pages É ❮Download❯ ➶ DNA Author Yrsa Sigurðardóttir – Gwairsoft.co.uk Monoton bir hayat süren otuzlu yaşlardaki Elísa bir gün kendi evinde akıl almaz bir biçimde öldürülür ve olayın tek tanığı o geceden sonra hi?k bir kızın karanlık hikayesindeki bilinmeyenleri araştırırken şehrin diğer ucunda amatör bir radyo programcısı ölümcül bir paranoyayla karşı karşıyadır Aldığı gizemli mesajlar onu korkunç bir caninin peşinde av mı yapacaktır avcı mı? The Legacy is the first book in the Children's House series and it's the first book I've read by Yrsa Sigurðardóttir I've actually read a couple of books by Sigurðardóttir since I finished this book and I find her books really good One thing I loved about this book and the rest I've read by the author is that its setting is on Iceland Another thing I liked is the main characters psychologist Freyja and police officer Huldar who have to work together solving a murder case where a child is the only witness The murder was uite brutal and little Margret could also be in danger To make matter worse Freyja and Huldar have a “kind of” past and they are not pleased that they have to work together especially not Freyja But for the sake of the child and to solve the case must they try to work together to find out why someone would want to kill the womanI found the Legacy to be a very interesting book especially that the answers were in the past I thought it was a great change that for once read about a child psychologist and Freyja's frosty relationship with Huldar was amusing which was needed in an otherwise very dark book I especially liked the last part of the book when I started to realize the truth and when everything started to get a bit dangerous for Huldar The Legacy is a great crime novel and I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series Thanks HarperCollins Nordic for the review copy

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Monoton bir hayat süren otuzlu yaşlardaki Elísa bir gün kendi evinde akıl almaz bir biçimde öldürülür ve olayın tek tanığı o geceden sonra hiç konuşmayan yedi yaşındaki kızıdır Çok geçmeden aynı yöntemle işlenen bir başka cinayeti soru? This is the first book in the start of a new crime series which I devoured page by pageI'd left this book at home thought I had it in my bag when I knew I'd be spending some time in the car and sitting for appointments at the hospital nothing seriousI was so fed up as I couldn't wait to jump back into this plotA ten year old daughter becomes the only witness to a terrible shocking murder Treading carefully the Police need to bring in some expertise The Children's houseThen people dieThere somehow links together a pattern by texts strange weird messages and numbersThere are so many twists in this book you will get dizzySo many turns that you will trip over yourself coming backIt's such a huge well written book that kept me riveted Yes riveted to it I was stuck like glueThat's why I couldn't wait to get home to finish it and but at the same time I didn't want it to endMy thanks to Veroniue at Hodder for my copy

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DNA Author Yrsa Sigurðardótt?turan Dedektif Huldar’a göre katilin zihnini çözebilecek ve arkasında neden şifreli mesajlar anlamsız sayılar ve olasılık hesapları bıraktığını söyleyebilecek tek kişi bu kızdırHuldar ve ona yardım eden travma uzmanı psikolog Freyja küç? I don't know if the author is just insanely prolific or whether there's a huge backlog of her work to translate into English but it seems there's a new Yrsa Sigurðardóttir book every nine months or so and here like clockwork is the latest The Legacy is the first in the Children's House series It introduces the central characters of Freyja director of the Children's House refuge for traumatised and abused children and police detective HuldarThe Legacy has one of those devilishly clever prologues set in 1987 it briefly depicts three young siblings being split up and sent to adoptive families We know nothing about them except that their background is so disturbing that a the adults present can barely bring themselves to talk about it and b it's deemed best to separate the children before their reliance on each other becomes unhealthy Flash forward to 2015 and the gruesome murder of a young mother – with her seven year old daughter the only witness – appears to have nothing to do with the opening scene But of course they must be connected If the opening hooks you the compulsion to understand how 1987 and 2015 join up is what will drive you through almost 500 pages at speedThis being a series it also needs a thread that will be carried through to subseuent books and here it comes in the shape of an unnecessarily complex set of entanglements between Huldar and Freyja no doubt setting up what will eventually become a relationship Huldar has also had an ill advised hook up with a colleague's wife the conseuences of which slowly unravel over the course of the book Although some of this is relevant to the plot of The Legacy than it first appears most of it is pretty boring to read about Whenever the narrative dwelled on either character's domestic situation I longed for a return to the crime plotThat said the grotesue murders are the worst of both worlds too obviously invented to convince but horrible than I want to read about in a novel And when the murderer's motive is revealed it turns out to be ridiculously convoluted While I'll grudgingly admit the solution does tie everything together – including that prologue – it's so utterly unguessable that I found it frustrating anyway not so much an 'ah I see – ingenious' lightbulb moment as a 'what really?' throw the book aside in annoyance momentI wonder if the author feels wedded to crime conventions when writing 'series' books than she does writing standalones as without exception I have found the latter to be original effective and superior in just about every way I've also noticed that she always seems to weave at the very least a suggestion of some ghostly or supernatural element into her one off books something that's conspicuous by its absence here I missed that dark intriguing edge; the deaths in The Legacy aren't frightening just horrible and the plot is than a little clunky I will continue to read standalone novels from Sigurðardóttir but I don't think the Children's House series is for meI received an advance review copy of The Legacy from the publisher through NetGalleyTinyLetter | Twitter | Instagram | Tumblr