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Rotkehlchen: Harry Holes dritter Fall
Rotkehlchen: Harry Holes dritter Fall
Rotkehlchen: Harry Holes dritter Fall
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Rotkehlchen: Harry Holes dritter Fall

Geschrieben von Jo Nesbo

Erzählt von Achim Buch

Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen

3/5

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Der Osloer Kommissar Harry Hole wird auf einen Posten beim Staatsschutz versetzt. Als seine neue Dienststelle Informationen über eine südafrikanische Spezialwaffe erhält, die nach Norwegen importiert wurde, nimmt Harry sich der Sache an. Alle Spuren weisen in die Vergangenheit, auf eine Gruppe von Kollaborateuren, die während des Zweiten Weltkriegs an der Seite der Nationalsozialisten gekämpft haben. Offenbar haben diese Kräfte ein Attentat auf den norwegischen Thronfolger geplant. Es gibt viele potenzielle Täter, und Harry muss sich in einen tiefen und brodelnden Sumpf begeben, um diesen Fall zu lösen.
SpracheDeutsch
Erscheinungsdatum15. Juli 2011
ISBN9783844904710
Rotkehlchen: Harry Holes dritter Fall
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Jo Nesbo

A musician, songwriter, and economist, Jo Nesbø is also one of Europe’s most acclaimed crime writers, and is the winner of the Glass Key Award, northern Europe’s most prestigious crime-fiction prize, for his first novel featuring Police Detective Harry Hole. Nesbø lives in Oslo.

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  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Unexpected twists and turns. I would have liked Rakel to be a bit more clever, to avoid the situation she finds herself in. A few loose ends were left, that I expect to be built upon in the next novel. Harry Hole is a great character. I don't read a lot of thrillers, but I enjoy Nesbo's work. I'm of Norwegian ancestry, and the cultural, historical, and setting tidbits are much appreciated.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    If this had been my first Jo Nesbo novel, it would have been my last. Still not sure, out of the three or four names of the "bad guy" which was his real one. Fine book for a Norwegian who's quite familiar with the WWiI fighting in Norway and likes to take notes.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I finally finished this! I had to return it to the library and then it took me a while to get it back but I did like this. It's definitely the best of the books so far and also the most ambitious. I liked that this one actually took place in Norway because I was waiting for that. I enjoyed the Neo-Nazi plot line, though the mixed time line wasn't my favorite thing, though I can appreciate how it brought the story together at the end. I'm interested to see how Harry's relationship develops with Rakel, because I believe that relationship continues through later books. I already have book four from the library so I'll likely start that soon. I'm enjoying moving through this series and hopefully the books will continue to get better from here.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I started listening to this a while ago and couldn't get into it. I'm glad I gave it another try. It's very good.

    It alternates between 1944-45 and 1999-2000, and there are a lot of characters. I sometimes found it hard to keep track of them, but that's a downside of audiobooks; you can't just flip back a few pages to remind yourself of who someone is. However, I was ultimately able to get through it without too many issues in that regard.

    Harry is not your typical curmudgeonly jaded police detective. He's an alcoholic, but mostly has it under control. I found him to be quite likable, though he smokes too much. ;)

    This is the third book in the series, but I didn't feel that I was missing anything by not reading the first two. There were mentions of previous exploits, but I didn't think it affected this story at all.

    I don't know how many books are in this series, and I'm too lazy to look right now, but there are a couple of definite loose ends in this one that I'm sure are addressed in later book. I'm not sure whether I'll read any more of these, but that's due to the overwhelming number of books I have to read rather than a statement on the quality of this book.

    The narrator of the audio was very good, and navigated all of the Norwegian and German names with ease.

    I'd like to thank Molly for recommending this one!
  • Bewertung: 2 von 5 Sternen
    2/5
    I found this book fairly chaotic and ok, it almost all came together in the end, but I was just glad to finish it. Not a bad book but not one I would recommend. Far to grim for my liking. I only persisted till the end to count it as Nordic Noir for the popsugar reading challenge, otherwise, I would have DFN'd it at 100 pages or so.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Just started. Norwegian police procedural. Jumps all over from 1999 to Leningrad, 1942! But pretty well-written, certainly interesting, and totally wondering what's going on.
    Finished and liked it very much. It does all come together, though quite complicated and hard for me to keep the characters straight. Something happens in the middle of the book and it's some of the most moving writing ever. Very powerful. Also, 90% of the chapters have fabulous last lines. Will definitely read more.
  • Bewertung: 1 von 5 Sternen
    1/5
    "The Redbreast" transitions back and forth between WWII and the turn of the 21st Century and in many reviews of novels that transition between time periods I have applauded this style of story presentation. When any story flows naturally it is a joy to read. When the transitional presentation style flows effortlessly it is effective and also a joy to read. I cannot applaud the effort in this novel. In fact, I almost abandoned reading this novel too often to count.Some nights I didn't want to read this book but I forced myself to keep trying as I knew if I started another book I would never return to this one. About 3/4 of the way through I was able to keep reading as Harry Hole seemed to be digging himself into a hole. I didn't even care about the mystery he was trying to solve but I wanted to see if Harry would get out of his hole.There are many positive reviews but I cannot write one as the only word that came to mind as I closed the book was finally.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    A third good Harry Hole mystery, with the usual very dark elements. He sure knows how to make the skin crawl, that's for sure.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Although I love the whole Harry Hole series, I think that this may have been the best-written one of those I've read so far. LOVE!
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This is my introduction to the Harry Hole series about which there has been much acclaim. I can understand that now. Hole is just complicated enough to be interesting. He’s a bit of a loner but he’s not antisocial. In fact he may have found someone to share his life with in this book; we’ll have to see where that leads.The book starts with Hole and his partner standing security for the American President’s trip to Oslo to try to broker a peace between Israel and Palestine. Harry sees a figure in a toll booth which is supposed to be empty. It may be an American secret service agent but they weren’t informed anyone would be coming. So Harry approaches the booth waiting for Ellen to honk the horn to tell him it is a secret service agent but the President’s cavalcade is at the booth and Harry can’t hold off any longer. He shoots the person a second before the horn blares to signal it is an American agent. The agent lives and the Americans admit that they were at fault. There’s no public announcement but the Powers that Be figure it won’t be long until someone finds out. They decide to remove Hole from the Oslo police and give him a promotion as a government inspector in a department that looks into threats to security. Hole is assigned to examine incoming reports and pass on any he thinks may be credible which essentially means all of them. However one report deals with a very expensive rifle being smuggled into Norway and Harry asks to be able to examine this report himself. This leads him to chase down surviving men who joined the Nazis after Norway was taken over. One of them is probably the person who ordered the rifle and Hole believes it is going to be used in an assassination. He just has to find out which ex-soldier it is and what the target is. In an interesting plot twist the reader also is privy to the ex-soldier’s thoughts as he goes about getting the rifle and setting up a spot to fire from. However the reader never knows who the man is because he is always just called The Old Man. There is quite a bit of background about the Norwegians fighting with the Germans on the Eastern Front which was interesting. Apparently some Dutch also joined the German army. We always hear about the brave members of the Resistance during the war but this is the first I’ve really read anything about people who collaborated with the Germans.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Definitely not my favorite in the series. It seemed to drag for me
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    I really liked this book. I have always been a sucker for books set in places like Norway or Russia, and particularly for books written in those countries. I can't explain why but they always seem great to me.

    This book is really interesting and has a great plot. It is actually the third book in the Harry Hole series, but the first to be translated into English (or so I was told). The book centers around the main character Harry Hole as he works several different cases all surrounding a soldier of WWII getting revenge on old comrades. There is also some conspiracies, a bit of romance (very light, and barely written about. This is a detective/crime novel not a romance), and a bit of discussion about history.

    The book goes a mile a minute and i didn't fully grasp what was going on until the very end, which is a big plus in my book.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Any book that requires last miinute, long journal entries to explain the plot is taking a shortcut.

    I can hear the editor after he reads the manuscript. "I can't figure out what was going on. You must make it clearer for the reader." Nesbo wants to work on the next book, so he sticks in a quick confesional explanation as the shooter's journal. Easier than a long rewrite.

    I want to walk through the mystery, not get a wrapup that explains everything in the last pages.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    So far my favorite in the Harry Hole series.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Although a good book it is not Nesbo's best.I am greatful I read some of his other novels prior to Redbreast as I probably would not have bothered to read anymore if this had been my first exposure to Nesbo and I would have missed out on some of the most bizarre killings and wonderful thrillers written.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Full disclosure: Murder mysteries are not us. And this one particularly was not. I found it slow, ponderous, overly "produced" with too many cuts and jumps from multiple pasts to the present, which only succeeded in delaying revelations and creating opportunities to withhold information from the reader that would have been better handled with far fewer chronological interruptions. The action was very slow, interrupted by the odd murder or two from past and present. However, all the delay tactics adopted by the author did little to hide the villain despite red herrings abounding. Harry Hole, the hero of a series of police procedurals by Nesbø is uninteresting to me, flat, and without any life interest other than his work and no quirks other than his alcoholism, pretty standard fare for the disgruntled detective.I've read several Scandinavian noir authors such as Høeg, Mankell, and Petterson, all of whom are more skilled at creating characters, plotting story, and moving action. I'll pass on Nesbø.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Harry Hole is in Norway this time, and when he gets "mysteriously" promoted to Inspector in another division, he's put on to a Neo-Nazi case that's going nowhere. But then his old partner is found beaten to a pulp, right after she rang him about something extremely important to do with a rare type of gun being illegally imported in to Norway and he's racing against time to try and find it-and its owner.


    The Harry Hole books are great reads. They're fast-paced, wonderfully written (or translated) and keep your attention for hours. But they can be read straight through in a day and aren't specifically engaging, though I am early-on in the series so I'm sure Mr Nesbo got better with age and experience.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    i was a bit skeptical when i started reading this book as this was my first JO NESBO... and fairly enoough the starting was very slow so i thought that i had got myself a bad deal...bt soon as the pages lept turning the mystrey started building and at one point of time the mystry bcame so fanatical that i had to suppress a huge urge to gt to the final pages and know what the mystry was...

    so all in all it was a good read..
    and the way nesbo has connected n convrtd the story...itz a definit pageturnr
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    As I suspected, a mystery was my first completed book of 2015. Harry Hole gets himself into a mess again, with diplomatic overtones, but this is in Norway for a change. He's still fighting the bottle, and because of the aforementioned mess he's moved to another staff and promoted to disguise the mix-up. But he's already on the track of an unusual gun, identified by shell casings, that could only be meant as a weapon of assassination. Who bought it, when will it be used, and why?Nesbo takes the reader back to World War II and the era of Quisling and the Norwegian volunteers against the Soviet Union on the eastern front. The fighting, the trenches, the cameraderie are vivid. In that icy horror, Nesbo gives the reader the clues that Harry has to dig out 50 years later.In the midst of it all, Harry actually falls in love. But the web of his lover, the history of the war, and the menace of that gun are very tangled. I almost had the answer before Harry did - I knew who he was looking for before he did, but I couldn't figure out the present day identity of the man in time. All in all, excellent.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Hach, Harry Hole endlich mal im Glück. Ok, das ist jetzt vielleicht etwas übertrieben, aber für Harry Holes Verhältnisse geht es ihm in diesem Band streckenweise RICHTIG gut. Im Dezernat für Gewaltverbrechen hat er eine Kollegin, die ihm zugleich eine sehr gute Freundin ist und er trifft eine Frau, in die er sich Hals über Kopf verliebt. Und sie sich in ihn. Doch natürlich ist dies alles zu schön um lange gut zu gehen.
    Nachdem Hole im Dienst einen Secret-Service-Agenten angeschossen hat (ohne sein Verschulden), wird er umgehend zum Kommisionsleiter im Polizeilichen Überwachungsdienst (PÜD) befördert, um die Vorkommnisse zu vertuschen. Dort erhält er Informationen über den Schmuggel einer Waffe, die für Attentate vorgesehen ist. Die Spuren führen ins Nazimilieu - und dann wird Holes Kollegin ermordet.
    Während Holes Geschichte zu Beginn im Rückblick der letzten vier Wochen erzählt wird, beginnt der zweite Erzählstrang mitten im II. Weltkrieg. Da anfänglich keinerlei Zusammenhänge erkennbar sind, wirkt dies zuerst recht verwirrend, doch das legt sich schnell. Zwar ist man Harry Hole wissensmäßig immer etwas voraus, doch um das Rätsel vollends zu klären, legt der Autor jede Menge mögliche Spuren, die einen immer wieder im Nebel stochern lassen. Auch Harrys Privatleben wird geschickt mit der Story verwoben und man beginnt schnell zu ahnen, dass sein Liebesleben nicht allzu einfach werden wird.
    Ein fesselnder Krimi mit einer, nein, eigentlich zwei kleinen Liebesgeschichten am Rande sowie einem interessanten und spannenden Einblick in die noch nicht allzu lange vergangene Zeit der norwegischen Frontkämpfer während des II. Weltkrieges.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    A great, complicated mystery/thriller set in present day Norway, but the story has roots in WWII. I had to go to Wikipedia to read about what happened to Norway during that war - they were occupied by the Germans, and the Royal Family fled to England. Some Norwegians volunteered to fight for the Germans on the Eastern Front, or to work as nurses in their hospitals. After the war nine hundred of them were sentenced to jail as traitors.Harry gets drawn into a mystery involving some of these people while doing surveillance tasks, and there's plenty more going on besides that. Betrayal, heartbreak, loss… all that and a fast paced mystery.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    A long, complex, but satisfying thriller. I like this author, but this was not his very best.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Need to add a bit of an extra star because it was very good. Plenty of complexity and a mastery of the short chapter which keeps the pace going beautifully. I had to look the author up as I couldn't decide whether the writer was a man or woman and that intrigued me. Although the detective is a man and women as well as men get killed I could still imagine the author might be a woman, a welcome absence of misogyny. I usually steer clear of war related books but with the centenary of the first world war coming up this year, I have found myself reading a number of books dealing fictionally with the aftermath of the two 'world' wars. The Norwegians fighting on the German eastern front made it all the more interesting as normally english texts only look from the perspective of the Norwegian resistance, and reading only 2 years after the Fascist Brevick massacre the book deals with very topical issues.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Oh, but this guy is good! Jo Nesbo isn't just the "new Stieg Larrson" as the cover proclaims. After all, Larrson wrote only one really good novel - his first. I lost count of Nesbo's outpout after forty! Now, I haven't read them all. Yet. But so far so good. Nesbo writes plots that twist and turn. You think the mystery is all sorted, then you notice a thick wad of unread pages remain under your right thumb and, sure enough, there are more surprises to come. Nesbo is also very good at wrapping up loose ends in a way that doesn't leave you wondering on the one hand, or feeling patronised on the other.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Polizisten, die wahlweise Alkoholiker oder kriminell sind, Neonazis, hinterhältige Politiker, hinreißende Frauen und ins Alter gekommene Kriegsverbrecher (jaja, aus dem Zweiten Weltkrieg) geben sich in diesem Thriller aus Norwegen ein Stelldichein, und das führt im ersten Viertel zu einem ziemlichen Tohuwabohu an Namen, Orten und Zeiten, aber sobald die Geschichte dann erst einmal ins Rollen kommt, fragt man sich auch nicht mehr, warum man sich überhaupt an die Lektüre gemacht hat, denn jetzt dreht auch die Spannung allmählich auf, die Verbindungen zwischen all den Charakteren kristallisieren sich heraus und bekommen wir als Leser eine Geschichte vorgesetzt, die zwar nicht überraschend ist, aber auf jeden Fall handwerklich geschickt gemacht und lesenswert. Das lobt man sich doch schon auf dem heutigen Markt für Thriller, auf dem genügend mit der schnellen Feder hingehuschter Schund angeboten wird.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    A well-written mystery which kept me engaged from the first page to the last. Dark and filled with shocks, twists and turns, and certain unresolved plot developments, which will hopefully be resolved later in the series, I will definitely be reading more of these books.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    While longer than I typically like in a mystery, this Norwegian thriller/mystery kept me engaged and guessing right up to the end and did so without drowning me in depressing grit and gore so common in many contemporary mysteries. So why didn't I rate it higher than 3 stars? Primarily because of the fact that after 500+ pages, certain aspects of the plot were left unresolved and I don't like that in my mysteries. To be specific, I HATE the fact that the author has told us that Tom Waaler is a corrupt cop responsible for the death of Harry's former partner Ellen and then left that in the wind. No suspicions, nothing. Why show this to us then? To make sure that we read future books? It wasn't strictly necessary for this book...
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    There is something about these Norwegian and Swedish writers that is so fantastically dark that it is absolutely amazing. The Redbreast is technically the third installment of the Detective Harry Hole series but the first two have not been translated in English yet so it's the first one for me.

    This story was absolutely phenomenal. Det. Harry Hole is an awesome character with insecurties and strengths. I am going to love when the first two novels are translated into English because I can get more depth into his psyche. Nesbo crafted a very complex story with many POVs yet it was surprisingly simplistic. Not in a bad way either.

    I loved this book and I cannot wait to read the next one.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Eastern Front, 1941, the siege of Leningrad. An SS battalion of Norwegian volunteers faces the Russians in the fierce colds of the winter. On their right flank, on the German side, is a battalion of Australian soldiers, on their left flank a battalion of Dutch soldiers. They were are all brought together to fight against Communist Russia with determination.This is not alternative-history fiction. I caught an interview with the author Jo Nesbø on the radio, he was explaining how his father was among the Norwegian volunteers who fought on the side of the Germans. When Germany invaded Soviet Russia in 1940, volunteers with anti-communist verve joined the Nazi army. They arrived from all over the world."The Readbreast" knits together three story lines. The siege of Leningrad in 1941, a military hospital around Vienna of 1944, and contemporary Oslo. Detective Harry Hole is involved in an investigation that comes across a deal of a sale of a remarkably powerful weapon -- Märklin rifle. The hunt for a mysterious client and figuring out his potential targets leads him into the world of Norway's Neo-Nazis, with their admiration for the Norwegian SS volunteers from 1941, and digging into the stories of the volunteers themselves.Along the way we get into the world of Harry. His cynical humor, his affectionate and brotherly feeling for his friend Ellen, he is a flawed by his past addiction but aspires to be good.The plot is elaborate but not impossible to follow. The fact that the books is a translated work is the only downside worth considering.flag
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This third installment in the Harry Hole-series is when Nesbø hits his stride with the character. The format, weaving together one story from World War II with a story in the current time of the novel, is made virtually flawless by the Nazi/neo-Nazi connection. Such a great story with fantastic characters and it's as close to unputdownable as you can get. I especially appreciate how Nesbø isn't afraid to kill off characters that have endeared themselves to the reader - not because I want them to die, but because I'm constantly kept on my toes. Looking forward to see how The Prince messes up Hole's life in Nemesis/Smärtans hus.