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Free download 7 dae author Deon Meyer é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß Deon Meyer “I’ll shoot one policeman every day until you arrest the murderer of Hanneke Sloet” says the e mail to the South African Police Services And then the threat becomes realityBennie Griessel has to reopen the Sloet dossier The case is 40 days old the trail has gone. I listened to the audiobook is wonderfully narrated by Simon VanceWhenever I feel like I need a faster paced police procedural with well fleshed out characters and a wonderful sense of place I turn to the Benny Griessel books by Deon Meyer In this third installment a sniper is taking shots at the South Africa police and threatens that the shootings will continue daily until the corrupt SA cops solve a cold case Grissel is brought in to head up the investigation team and the chase is on There are multiple interesting story lines I continued to enjoy the bad choices that test Benny s sobriety and the politics of the new South Africa but this one lacked something for me The plot felt untidy with lots of loose ends that frustrated both Benny and me and the pacing seemed off There wasn t much character development in this one either and that s very unlike Meyer s story telling style So while I enjoyed it I think this book the weakest of the series so far Strategies you arrest the murderer of Hanneke Sloet” says the e mail to the South African Police Services And then the threat becomes realityBennie Griessel has to reopen the Sloet dossier The case is 40 days old the trail has gone. I listened to the audiobook is wonderfully narrated by Simon VanceWhenever I feel like I need a faster paced police procedural with well fleshed out characters and a wonderful sense of place I turn to the Benny Griessel books by Deon Meyer In this third installment a sniper is taking shots at the South Africa police and threatens that the shootings will continue daily until the corrupt SA cops solve a cold case Grissel is brought in to head up the investigation team and the chase is on There are multiple interesting story lines I continued to enjoy the bad choices that test Benny s sobriety and the politics of the new South Africa but this one lacked something for me The plot felt untidy with lots of loose ends that frustrated both Benny and me and the pacing seemed off There wasn t much character development in this one either and that s very unlike Meyer s story telling style So while I enjoyed it I think this book the weakest of the series so far

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7 dae author Deon Meyer

Free download 7 dae author Deon Meyer é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß Deon Meyer Ensation Alexa Barnard sober for her comeback concert cope with his daughter’s Neanderthal boyfriend his son’s shenanigans and his new partner’s idiosyncrasies – and try to tame his own all consuming lust for the soothing powers of the bottleSeven days of hell. Exciting nail biting police procedural set in post apartheid South Africa The racially integrated Hawks and other police divisions set out to solve the cold case murder of a woman lawyer who was involved in a complicated business deal Against them is a sniper who is picking off policemen one by one Race against the clock to outwit the sniper and solve the crime I just had to keep reading to find out who the sniper wasHighly recommended

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Free download 7 dae author Deon Meyer é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß Deon Meyer Cold No motive no leads just a set of nude photographs a very complicated business transaction and immense pressure from the brass the media and the relentless unfathomable sniperAnd through it all Griessel has to keep his love interest the alcoholic former singing s. This is so much than just a crime novel it also gives a glimpse of South African society in the present time I enjoyed the wide variety of interesting and realistic characters and all the interactions between them Meyer is very successful at showing the animosities between the different race groups who in spite of their prejudices and dislikes try so hard to cooperate and get along with each other I love the way he alternates between Afrikaans and English reflecting the way South Africans really speak to each other