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    The Human Flies by Hans Olav Lablum is a cross between a police procedural and a detective novel that takes place in Oslo Norway in 1962 The story is also a locked room mystery The newly promoted detective inspector Kolbjorn Kristiansen, known as K2, is sent to an apartment building in Oslo to investigate the murder of a World War II Resistance hero The victim has been shot in his apartment but there is no sign of the weapon and the front door is locked from the inside The inspector is totally flummoxed, when to his aid comes a young woman who is brilliant, partially paralyzed and wheelchair bound The young woman s name is Patricia who is a brilliant deductive reasoner, yet she can and will not leave her house.Hans Olav Lahlum is a Norwegian crime author, historian, chess player and politician Mr Lahlum credits Agatha Christie for his inspiration Amazingly enough I have never read any of Christie s books so I can t comment, however, I see just as much influen...


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    On the fourth of April of 1968, young Detective Kolbj rn Kristiansen aka K2 from the Oslo police department, is called to 25 Krebs Street to investigate the murder of former leader of the Resistance Harald Olesen What follows in the account of a murder that will touch every one living in that building.DRAMAAAAAAA I m used to read detective novels that develop the detective while he investigates the case However, when I was at about 80% of the book, it dawned on me that I basically knew next to nothing about K2 He seems to be the guy who gets thinks moving so that we can learn about the residents in Krebs s Street but he doesn t seem an extremely savvy detective The novel introduces early on a wheelchair bounded woman named Patricia who is an old family friend of K2 She asks K2 to be involved in the case but she resolves it all by herself K2 pales in comparison to her and frankly, he looks like a moron who can t put two things together Patricia and K2 relationship is unbalanced which makes a dent in the book Instead of having to partners who complement each other, we have a character that relays on another to keep moving forward Furter, Patricia is a civillian and last time I checked, we weren t allowed to come along to murder investigations or be informed of the developments in an ongoing case I mean, are you kidding me, K2 You re the less professional cop ever This...


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    K2 scales the heights says one newspaper headline as the case is solvedor is it An interesting and very readable story of crime, love, passion, war occupation all set in 1968 with links to WWII and the German occupation of Norway.I came to Mr Lahlum s stories in an back to front way having read his second K2 book first For me that was no great difficulty as the stories are well written and pretty much standalone The author s style is a tribute and nod towards Agatha Christie something he both acknowledges outside the book s story and also within As for the crime and mystery an elderly man a former politician and hero of the Norwegian resistance is murdered in his flat The suspects seem to reside in the block of flats where the murder happened and, with Kolbj rn Kristiansen s K2 assistant, Patricia, they seek to solve what becomes a complex and changing case as their detective and deductive work takes them to and into a group of people who all appear to have connections to the deceased and motive and opportunity to kill.Mr Lahlum dedicates h...


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    The Human Flies Simply BuzzingHans Olav Lahlum I am told is a bestselling Norwegian crime writer and famous historian, yup me neither But then with a population of just under 6 million I am sure even I could be famous or preferably infamous as that would be fun Well having read Hans Olav Lahlum s The Human Flies I am sure he will be pretty famous outside of Norway pretty soon This is a different Norwegian novel besides the usual noir fair there is a clear nod to the great Agatha Christie in the style of the story which makes it quite a pleasant and enjoyable read.The Human Flies is set in Oslo 1968 and is narrated by the hero and main star of the novel detective Inspector Kolbj rn Kristiansen he is known as K2 who is newly promoted is called to a murder in an apartment block This is no ordinary murder in that the victim is a legendary hero of the Norwegian Resistance during the occupation and former Cabinet minister in post war governments There is no clear reason to why he would have been killed and even though there is an ex Nazi worker in the same apartment block even he was not interested in killing Olesen But when the ex Nazi in a suicide note admits to the killing K2 realises all is not right Fortunately for K2 he has the...


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    Again, I m a little late to the party with this one, but having already purchased the next two in the series, Satellite People and The Catalyst Killing, shortly after finishing this, you can tell I was impressed With a than obvious nod to the heyday of the Golden Age, Lahlum has cooked up a wonderful blend of Christie esque plotting, with a traditional locked room mystery With the action centred on an Oslo apartment block with its finite number of inhabitants, Lahlum carefully constructs a tale of secrets, lies and totally captures the whole notion of the sins of the past resonating in the present As each inhabitants true character and devilish motivations for murder come to the fore in the course of the investigation, Lahlum invites us to play detective along with K2 to uncover a murderer The writing is crisp, playful at times, and exceedingly dark at others Although I did guess the killer relatively early on in the book...


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    Set in 1960s Oslo, this detective story is written with a light touch, frequently referencing Agatha Christie, but tackles serious themes It might be a long way from Nordic noir, but it isn t cosy.This is the first in the bestselling Norwegian series about ambitious police detective Kolbj rn Kristiansen nicknamed K2 and his partner in crime solving, teenager Patricia She has grown up using a wheelchair after being injured in an accident Rather in the mode of Nero Wolfe, Patricia is reluctant to leave her home, and studies crimes from a distance, coming up with an endless stream of brilliant deductions.Kristiansen is called to investigate when a hero of the Norwegian resistance is found murdered in his apartment The big question is why anyone would have wanted him dead Initially, it appears to be a locked room mystery, since it would have been hard for anyone to get in and out of the flat undetected Gradually, all the other residents of the apartment block come under suspicion in turn, as many connections between them and the murder victim, Harald Oleson, are unturned The human flies of the title are people who are haunted by the past and keep on circling round it It seems as if most of the characters in the book fall into this category, as they can t get away from their memories of the Second Worl...


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    Harold Olesen assassinado no mesmo dia em que Martin Luther King, 4 de Abril de 1968, mas s que em locais e em circunst ncias completamente diferentes Tamb m o destaque da sua morte foi completamente diferente da de King Olesen, foi um dos lend rios her is da resist ncia hitleriana e aos 50 anos tornou se bastante popular na Noruega Seria assassinado aos 73 anos na sua pr pria sala de estar O assassino, viria a confirmar se mais tarde, s poderia ter sido um dos seus vizinhos, moradores do mesmo pr dio, pelo que o investigador do caso, teria a vida um pouco mais facilitada Seriam pois, sete vizinhos, sete suspeitos Destacado para o caso, o detective Kolbj rn Kristiansen, um investigador bastante inexperiente j que este o seu primeiro caso, acaba por cometer alguns erros crassos iniciais, que v o terminar com a entrada em cena de uma personagem improv vel, muito ao estilo dos romances de Agath...


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Menneskefluene Num Pequeno Pr Dio Em Oslo Onde Todos Os Moradores Se Conhecem, D Se Um Crime Imposs Vel Harald Olesen Assassinado A Tiro Na Sua Sala De Estar A Arma N O Foi Encontrada A Divis O Estava Fechada Chave Por Dentro, O Apartamento Vazio Admirado Por Todos, Harald Era Um Lend Rio Her I Da Resist Ncia A Hitler Dif Cil Imaginar Quem Ter Cometido Um Crime T O Vil Mais Complicado Ainda Imaginar Como Ter Sido Executado.O Detetive Inspetor Kolbj Rn Kristiansen Tamb M Conhecido Como K2 Chamado Ao Local Medida Que Interroga Os Vizinhos Da V Tima, K2 Come A A Desenredar Uma Teia De Mentiras Que Teme N O Ter Fim Felizmente, Tem Uma Aliada Patr Cia Borchmann A Jovem Est Confinada A Uma Cadeira De Rodas Mas A Sua Mente Prodigiosa N O Se Det M Perante Tais Limita Es Juntos, S O A Nica Esperan A De Deslindar Este Enigma Aparentemente Insol Vel.

  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Menneskefluene
  • Hans Olav Lahlum
  • Portuguese
  • 10 May 2017

About the Author: Hans Olav Lahlum

Hans Olav Lahlum born 12 September 1973 is a Norwegian historian, crime author, chess player and organizer, and politician He has written biographies on Oscar Torp and Haakon Lie, and a history book about all the Presidents of the United States.On May 22 23, 2013, he was interviewed by VG for 30 hours, 1 minute and 44 seconds, setting a Guinness World Record for the longest interview ever, beat