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The Devil's Star

The Devil's Star - Jo Nesbø Harry Hole, recovering from alcoholism one very tiny step at a time, sets off alongside his long-time nemesis Tom Waaler to take down a suspected serial killer before the murderer can complete his seemingly allotted amount of victims.


Nesbo seems to get better with every book, but the three-star given is mostly because I found the ending to be slightly disappointed, just because it took three or so books to get to the whole Harry versus Tom debacle over with, and the ending to it was slightly lacklustre. Nesbo (who's name I cannot even fathom to pronounce, I just call him Jo Nesbo like the English idiot I am) is a great crime writer, but, whilst I enjoyed this as a quick-read crime novel, I wanted to be just a little bit more.