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And series seuel to Snowblind Night. This was one of my favorite books by Ragnar Jonasson The story was so well told it never lagged I couldn t put this book down The characters in the mystery were gone already but they were haunting all aspects of the events taking place in the present I loved the story and I hated for it to end

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Next in the award winning Dark Icel. Ari Thor is a policeman in a remote northern Icelandic townHedinsfjordur Many of the characters have returned from previous books in the series In this novel there is a uarantine due to an extremely contagious illness and everyone is staying indoors This gives Ari time to work on an old case a case back in 1957 where woman dies was it an accident was it suicide or was she murderedAt the same time in another town that is not uarantined another mystery is taking a place A man is murdered by hit and run and a baby is kidnapped Isrun a reporter is both helping Ari Thor with his Hedinsfjordur investigation and also covering the story of the hit and run death with links to people in government

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Blind and Blackout Ari Thor returns. For those of you familiar with Ragnar Jonasson s work you will already be aware of his interesting take on chronology This is book 4of the Dark Iceland series yet it seems to lie somewhere between books 2 and 3Our characters are the same we know Ari Thor by now still working in Siglufjordour under Tomas but acting with far greater confidence than previously Things are uieter as a virus stalks the streets and they are effectively in a lockdown situation so he is presented with a cold case the son of a woman who had committed suicide 60 years before in the uiet hamlet of Heddinsfiorthur finds a family photo with an unknown young manWe see the reappearance of Isnur the tv reporter who Ari Thor used to help him She is also covering a hit and run involving someone with connections to the Iceland Prime minister and the kidnap of a babyAs ever this is all handled gently and the characterisation is as important in Jonasson s work as the plotAgain an enjoyable read and it leaves things open for some interesting possibilities in the next book


12 thoughts on “ Rupture

  1. says:

    Having visited Iceland than several times, I enjoy reading this DARK ICELAND series and recognizing many places where these

  2. says:

    This Islandic mystery was satisfying after reading Knife by Nesbo. Thor and his partner introduce the reader to a place whicquest h is

  3. says:

    Ari Thor is a policeman in a remote northern Icelandic town,Hedinsfjordur. Many of the characters have returned from previous books in the series. In this novel there is a quarantine due to an extremely contagious illness and everyone

  4. says:

    This was the 4th book by this author and involving the police detective Ari Thor. Again I was caught up in the plot and the process of detection altho this was perhaps not as realistic a story for the solution.

  5. says:

    This was one of my favorite books by Ragnar Jonasson. The story was so well told, it never lagged. I couldn't put this book down. The characters in the mystery were gone already but they were haunting all aspects of the events taking place in the present. I loved the story and I hated for it to end.

  6. says:

    I am a great fan of Ra gnar and look forward to reading many books in this series. Rupture has alll the qualities of his other books: good athmostphe and several crimes for our hero to solve. I enjoyed the introduc

  7. says:

    I use crime fiction as an escape. One that exercises the little grey cells, to be sure, but an escape all the same. I found this to be the weakest of the series so far. I'm not ready to give up on the series because I see troubling (interesting) times ahead for Ari Thor.

  8. says:

    For those of you familiar with Ragnar Jonasson's work you will already be aware of his interesting take on chronology. This is book 4of the Dark Iceland series yet it seems to lie somewhere between books 2 and 3.
    Our characters are the same, we know Ari Thor by now, still working in Siglufjordour under Tomas, but acting with far greater confidence than previously. Things are quieter as a virus stalks the streets and t

  9. says:

    Rupture is the 3rd book in the Dark Iceland series where we find policeman Ari Thor dealing with an old case at the behest of a man who is shown an old photograph of him as baby, that includes an unknown young man. The case was originally classed as suicide but the older man is puzzled by the appearance of the young man and asks if anything can be found to explain this. Ari Thor, with time on his hands due to a lockdo

  10. says:

    This is possibly my Icelandic favorite to date. Written by Ragnar Jónasson, ‘Rupture’ is the 4th novel in the ‘Dark Iceland’ series to be published; yet, the events in ‘Rupture’ take place a year after ‘Blackout’ and before ‘Snowblind’. Therefore, if we are to put the five ‘Dark Iceland’ novels in chronolo

  11. says:

    I have read several books by this author in his Dark Icelandic series and have enjoyed them in a relaxed kind of way. They tend to be set in remote parts of Iceland so the environment and climate are strong features. Characters often recur such as the young policeman Ari Thor and his evolving life story gives some continuity. The plots are interesting and not too complicated and in this book things fell into place very quickly. There were

  12. says:

    I foolishly didn't start reading Ragnar Jónasson's Dark Iceland series until this spring but once I came to my senses it was love at first read. I binge read the first three books, Snowblind, Nightblind and Blackout but then realised if I read Rupture at that point I'd have a long Ari Thór drought until the p

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