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The Redbreast

The Redbreast - Jo Nesbø, Jo Nesbø, Don Bartlett A fun book, but a somewhat predictable one. I thought it could been written much tighter, and the constant switching between 1944 and contemporary times got a little irritating. Still, the lead character (Harry Hole) was interesting and offered up some depth, and in truth, it was Hole's interactions with others that made this interesting, not the mystery itself.