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LUCIFER’S TEARS – James Thompson

“James Thompson’s… is filled with bad language, horrific details about mutilation, brutal murders, characters who are victims of their geography, and a culture about which most of us know very little…. I started reading and didn’t stop until I finished … Continue reading

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HELSINKI WHITE – James Thompson

James Thompson gives these words to his protagonist, Kari Varra, a detective in Finland’s national police force, in the firsst book in the series, SNOW ANGELS.   “Finland has a … lot of violent crime….We kill the people we love… … Continue reading

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SNOW ANGELS ( FIRST BOOK IN THE SERIES) – James Thompson

The third book in the series featuring Finnish police officer Kari Vaara is HELSINKI WHITE.    It’s a terrific series so I am posting the reviews of the first two books to encourage readers to discover them before the March … Continue reading

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SNOW ANGELS – James Thompson

I posted this review the first time on July 5th.  The idea of snow was almost appealing in the heat of the summer. There are two reasons for posting this review again now.  The first is that the eastern seaboard … Continue reading

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