• Arnaldur Indridason's new novel, Outrage, is further evidence that he's one of the most brilliant crime writers of his generation

    Sunday Times
  • Such stately, well-mannered entertainment is not to be sniffed at

  • That rugged Icelandic glacier, Detective Erlendur, is away from Reykjavik and a disturbing case is handled by his female sidekick, Elinborg. The female perspective crates a different kind of novel from those built around Arnaldur Indridason's withdrawn and isolated loner. Here we have a detective worrying about her family while handling with sensitivity the victims of a serial rapist

  • Indridason is one of the best of the new European authors coming into English, right up there with Henning Mankell and Karen Fossum

    Margaret Cannon, The Globe and Mail
  • Inspector Erlendur is one of the most compassionate detectives to come this way in a long time

    New York Times

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