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kindle ✓ Marco Effekten Ô Hardcover read ☆ jussi adler-olsen ´ ❰Download❯ ✤ Marco Effekten Author Jussi Adler-Olsen – New York Times and internationally bestselling author Jussi Adler Olsen returns with an astonishing and sinister case for DepartHis personal gain When Marco discovers a dead body proving the true extent of Zola’s criminal activities he goes on the run But his family members aren’t the only ones who’ll go to any lengths to keep Marco silent forever Meanwhile the last thing Detective Carl Mørck needs is for his assistants Assad and Rose to pick up a missing persons case on a whim Carl’s nemesis is his new boss and he’s The characters are still great Wishing for a little info on Assad than the tidbits Jussi is revealing in each book But I found this particular storyline the weakest of the Dept books Pretty repetitive with Marco on the run and managing to slip away Over and over Doesn't mean I didn't like it but myexpectations were high and it didn't meet them Still love you tho carl rose and Assad

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New York Times and internationally bestselling author Jussi Adler Olsen returns with an astonishing and sinister case for Department All fifteen year old Marco Jameson wants is to become a Danish citizen and go to school like a normal teenager But his uncle Zola rules his former gypsy clan with an iron fist Revered as a god and feared as a devil Zola forces the children of the clan to beg and steal for Listening to a good book can be even better than reading it – well that’s my experience anyway But it all depends on the reader I've listened to lots of audiobooks where the reader has truly brought the characters and places to life I've also listened to some where the opposite is true and it’s ruined what was potentially a good book This one delivered a strange and confusing experience I'm afraidI was up for a bit of Scandinavian crime fiction and when this was offered up as a daily deal by Audible I uickly grabbed it at what I thought was a bargain price It’s book five of a series so there was always a risk that I'd have missed some back story but in my experience authors seem to keep this in view and it’s rarely a significant problemFor a story set in Denmark I'd assumed I’d get a reader with an accent to match and characters that felt and sounded like they belonged in that place Unfortunately inexplicably what I actually got was a reader with a generic English accent who imbued the characters with a bizarre range of British brogues Welsh ‘home counties’ and broad Birmingham amongst them It was just wrong and I found it really hard to see past this element to the story buried underneathIf that wasn't bad enough after a promising start the tale got uickly bogged down in a whole load of office politics involving characters I’d not met before and updates on carry over issues and antagonisms that meant nothing to me And it started to feel like I'd jumped into the middle of a book by Mark Billingham or Peter James not really what I was looking for I gave upAh well can't win ‘em all

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Marco EffektenSaddled Department with an unwelcome addition But when they learn that a mysterious teen named Marco may have as much insight into the case as he has fear of the police Carl is determined to solve the mystery and save the boy Carl’s actions propel the trio into a case that extends from Denmark to Africa from embezzlers to child soldiers from seemingly petty crime rings to the very darkest of cover ups English translation The Marco Effect Book 5 in the Department series I enjoyed the previous books in this series for the investigative procedures in solving crimes and for the humour of the interactions between Carl Morckthe lead detective of the Cold Case unit and his two assistants the mysterious Assad and Rose The book started out with financial fraud between Africa and Denmark and then switches to the plight of a young boy Marco who belongs to a group of people in Denmark illegally who force the children to steal and even cripple some to become beggars When Marco realizes there is a plan to handicap him he runs away Soon he is forced to hide and discovers the body of a man killed by his tribe who is connected with the bank fraud This makes his tribe determined to find and murder him At this point Carl and his assistants have not shown up and I was thinking I downloaded the wrong book in error and had to look ahead to make sure I was actually reading a Department story Marco continues to run and escape his pursuers and after a while I found the chase scenes boring The Department investigators are also looking for him and Marco will not go to the police to save his life as he does not want to be deported I would have enjoyed the book without the financial dealings and about Carl's difficult home and personal life and about his assistants Assad and Rose