Doc à The Butterfly Effect ☆ 224 pages ☆ Pernille rygg

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Doc à The Butterfly Effect ☆ 224 pages ☆ Pernille rygg ☆ It is a cold dark windy night in Oslo and Igi Heitmann pores over the debris in her dead father's office trying to piece together the last days of his life as a failed private eye She discovers a curious butterfly medallion in his desk which inTective on a trail that leads to the city's underworld of corruption sadism and child abuse Caught amongst the shards of a dozen shattered lives she must tread carefully if she is to reconstruct the violent and tragic truth and not be killed in the proces I can't help but wonder if Pernille Rygg's Norwegian novel 'The Butterfly Effect' seemed a bit jumbled to me because I had just finished the Swedish novel 'The Hypnotist' by Lars Kepler and both involve psychologist's and police With the Butterfly Effect I felt I had to keep going back to double check which character was which and who was who's mother or father etc Despite this I still liked it better than The Hypnotist and will consider reading No2 in the series and see how the story continues

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It is a cold dark windy night in Oslo and Igi Heitmann pores over the debris in her dead father's office trying to piece together the last days of his life as a failed private eye She discovers a curious butterfly medallion in his desk which in turn leads The Butterfly Effect propagates the usual misunderstanding about chaos theory flapping wings and hurricanes In this story set in a such a small dull town in Norway that living there must be like death a girl’s body is found in the snow riddled with bullets The narrator a sparky woman determines that the dead girl had been her father’s last client; her father was a detective who had recently died in an accident She is keen to find out if the deaths are in any way connected and in the course of her slightly shambolic investigation encounters corruption what in Norway? Impossible and bent psychologists She herself is an interesting case a psychology student complete with a troubled relation with her mother and married to a gay man to boot Her suspects are eually eclectic a founder of a Wicca like cult property developers druggies As with the other Scandinavian storytellers of recent fame Rygg wants to analyse the effect of psychological abuse on children and its ramifications on wider society Small closed societies like Norway probably have scars in their psyches because everything one does is ostensibly obvious to one’s neighbours; but this close scrutiny drives evil deeper into hiding and the conseuences are therefore corrosive

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The Butterfly EffectTo the discovery of a young woman in a snow drift two bullets in her head and a gun in her hand Igi's father and the young woman died within hours of each other is the same person responsible for both their deaths?Igi soon finds herself in the role of de A fast paced Norwegian crime novel in which personable and unusual Igi a psychologist with a gay husband investigates her PI father’s mysterious death in a hit and run accident eventually connected to a young woman at the centre of his last case A fiery finale in the snow wraps up a different take on a traditional plot of corruption and secrets 35 stars