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Harry has been in Langholmen jail for a year and a half, but is about to be released. He is looking forward to building a life with his new lover outside the prison gates.
But no sooner is he back home than he finds that his friend Beda has been murdered and, even worse, that her disabled son Petrus is accused of the crime. Harry investigates, and finds evidence of a cover-up and a trail of guilt leading all the way to the royal family. What will Harry have to do to free Petrus and bring the real murderers to justice?
|Title||:||Down for the Count (Harry Kvist, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||200 pages|
June 11, 2017
Darker and grittier.
'You can't get away from a promise', I remind myself. 'It's always honour and glory all the bloody way, but when you think about it, those are the only things the poor have.'
Harry Kvist just can't catch a break. It's enough to make you believe in curses. Yes, much of his pro...
May 25, 2017
A true noir ....... dark, dirty and bruised
As always our Kvisten leads with his fists than sometimes follows with his brain. But like a pitbull when he locks jaws into a target he will not open them until the target is down.
A magnificent use of language to create such a noir, dirty, bruised Stock...
May 26, 2017
A Swedish noir par excellence. Bravo.
Martin Holmén turned this finest piece of prose into a small work of art.
Stockholm, November, 1935.
After one and half year Harry Kvist is released from prison. He has something to look forward.
He is in love. He is full of hopes and...butterflies. His Doughbo...
November 28, 2017
Down for the Count is the second book in the Harry Kvist trilogy by Swedish author and teacher, Martin Holmen. It is flawlessly translated from Swedish by Henning Koch. It’s 1935, and the National Socialists are making their presence felt in Sweden. When Harry Kvist walks out of Langholmen after...
May 22, 2017
" Harry Kvist in a magnificent comeback "
This is one of those books that don't make me think of how much research the author has done to describe the 1930s well.
No- it feels like it was actually written back then. No out of place phrases, vivid descriptions of the setting and character traits....
September 06, 2017
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This book is a second in a trilogy called the Harry Kvist Trilogy and what attracted me to this book is that it has a bisexual main character. I usually see a lot of straight main characters in mystery/thriller genres so this is what immediately int...
October 15, 2017
The second hard-hitting Harry Kvist thriller - fresh out of prison, Harry is determined to avenge a friend's murder, and expose a police cover-up protecting people in high places...
Harry Kvist walks out the gates of Langholmen jail into the biting Stockholm winter of 1935. He...
October 03, 2016
Stockholm noir. Andra delen om Harry "Kvisten" Kvist. Lite svartare och lite obehagligare än första delen. Ser fram emot 3:an!
August 30, 2016
By far the best second novel I've ever written!
November 20, 2017
Det är otroligt att svenska förlag ger ut så mycket dynga när det finns böcker som den här som visar att man faktiskt kan skriva riktigt riktigt bra på svenska. Noir är egentligen inte min favoritgenre, men jag skulle läsa vad som helst om det är Martin Holmen som skrivit det!