[PDF] 1222 By Anne Holt – Writerscompany.co.uk

1222 From Norway S Bestselling Female Crime Writer Comes A Suspenseful Locked Room Mystery Set In An Isolated Hotel In Norway, Where Guests Stranded During A Monumental Snowstorm Start Turning Up Dead A TRAIN ON ITS WAY To The Northern Reaches Of Norway Derails During A Massive Blizzard, 1,222 Meters Above Sea Level The Passengers Abandon The Train For A Nearby Hotel, Centuries Old And Practically Empty, Except For The Staff With Plenty Of Food And Shelter From The Storm, The Passengers Think They Are Safe, Until One Of Them Is Found Dead The Next Morning With No Sign Of Rescue, And The Storm Continuing To Rage, Retired Police Inspector Hanne Wilhelmsen Is Asked To Investigate Paralysed By A Bullet Lodged In Her Spine, Hanne Has No Desire To Get Involved But She Is Slowly Coaxed Back Into Her Old Habits As Her Curiosity And Natural Talent For Observation Force Her To Take An Interest In The Passengers And Their Secrets When Another Body Turns Up, Hanne Realizes That Time Is Running Out, And She Must Act Fast Before Panic Takes Over Complicating Things Is The Presence Of A Mysterious Guest, Who Had Travelled In A Private Rail Car At The End Of The Train And Was Evacuated First To The Top Floor Of The Hotel No One Knows Who The Guest Is, Or Why Armed Guards Are Needed, But It Is Making Everyone Uneasy Hanne Has Her Suspicions, But She Keeps Them To Herself Trapped In Her Wheelchair, Trapped By The Storm, And Now Trapped With A Killer, Hanne Must Fit The Pieces Of The Puzzle Together Before The Killer Strikes Again.


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10 thoughts on “1222

  1. says:

    I had never heard of Anne Holt before she s described as Norway s 1 bestselling crime writer After finishing her latest book 1222, I can see why and I will be hunting down her backlist.1222 features one of Holt s recurring characters Hanne Wilhelmsen Hanne is not a stereotypical protagon


  2. says:

    Why do I keep getting talked into reading books like these Yes, I get it, Hanne is an anti hero She hates people She is extremely, antisocial, embittered and intolerant hmm BECAUSE she s a wheelchair user Ta da Makes sense now doesn t it Despite being gay, disabled, married to a Muslim, she st


  3. says:

    I really enjoyed this book in the Hanne Wilhelmsen, I had not read the book before, therefore was a bit shocked to find out about her situation I liked this book especially as it all occurs after an accident on a train and all the people after the accident are holed up in a hotel Hanne Wilhelmsen wh


  4. says:

    A volte succede che lasciando passare un po di tempo tra un romanzo e l altro dello stesso autore con lo stesso protagonista, quando riprendi il filo ti ritrovi un po spaesato Quando ho iniziato il romanzo ho trovato qualcosa di strano, in effetti E ci ho messo un po a capirlo di diverso c Hanne Non per q


  5. says:

    Norwegian crime novel starring Hanne Wilhelmsen, a retired police detective, paraplegic, lesbian, and semi misanthrope A powerful snowstorm hits Norway, and the train Hanne is taking from Oslo to Bergen derails Miraculously, all 269 passengers survive the only casualty was the train s engineer and hole up in a


  6. says:

    It took me an unusually long time to read this one, simply because I was not enjoying it It pains me to say that honestly, because this book is basically all my catnip The authorial voice writing in this just made it a slog I m not sure if this can be chalked up to being a book in translation, but whatever the root c


  7. says:

    What could be Norwegian than having your train break down and being trapped in an isolated mountain lodge for days during a blizzard while the wind howls and breaks the windows Apparently secret service agents were aboard the train and there are a lot of mysterious goings on Then the bodies start to drop Detective Hanne W


  8. says:

    Locked room mystery suspense filled all through, until weak and far fetched ending.


  9. says:

    Back in November, I spent a day driving to various places for work, and so was listening to Radio 4 and there was an interview with Anne Holt who I had never heard of.She is Norwegian, and they were talking about the sudden popularity of Scandinavian crime books, the fact that she seems pretty scathing about Norwegians in her books an


  10. says:

    Please note I read and reviewed this book in Dec 2011 Updating the formatting and adding a disclosure.Disclosure I received a free e galley copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own.Genre Mystery Thriller SuspenseReading Level AdultMy Synopsis Hanne Wilhelmsen used to work for the police until


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