Tess Gerritsen Rizzoli-
Murders in safari holiday: Tess Gerritsen’s crime drama ” The Snow Leopard ” is in the Spiegel bestseller list at number 4. We answer the crucial question: And I’m supposed to read?
At this point, we take every week the most important newcomer, intermediate or top-ranked titles on the Spiegel bestseller list before – in literature – pong between Maren Keller and Sebastian Hammelehle. This time, 4th place, Tess Gerritsen detective story’ The Snow Leopard’. Starring: Detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles the right
Hammelehle:. Would you recommend this book a Katzenhaarallergikerin?
Basement: More urgently, I would of course only once recommended cat hair allergy immunotherapy because cats without any discussion are the best roommate after all. And if you then mercifully left a comfortable reading chair for a few minutes, I would’ Snow Leopard’ actually recommend. Although I with the TV version of’ Rizzoli Are you one of those people who for Wednesday evenings watching TV?
Hammelehle: Thank you for this opportunity to present to thank our readers again as grumpy old-school columnist
Keller:. any time gladly,
Hammelehle: I did before this book not once again that there is Rizzoli and Isles at all. Reading, however, I have Jane Rizzoli much better acquainted. Maura Isles remains a bit pale.
Basement: But it is also their role to be the cool loner, as a contrast to Jane Rizzoli. If you were the two to meet in real life – and do not worry, I know that will never happen -, you would probably with Jane Rizzoli after seconds this week and would probably intimidated by Maura Isles. But in this case anyway, a third woman much more present than both together.
Spiegel bestseller lists Corbis The bestseller: fiction and nonfiction. For this, the cinema charts , Audiobooks and best-selling DVDs . Hammelehle: Millie Jacobson. Was bookseller in London, in a relationship with a very unsympathetic bestselling author until they fell in love at a safari tour in Botswana in the safari guides. Then become the target of a psychopathic killer. Just this Safari passages I find delightful. If I also Wednesdays’ Rizzoli
Basement: yet classic, it would have been if it had first met one of the two blond, pretty tourists instead of the Tracker. In any case, the group dynamic processes that are set after the first fatality in transition, even more exciting than the second storyline that plays years later in Boston. There Rizzoli and Isles try solve the murder of a taxidermist. A very good career choice for a crime victim ! This profession surrounds yes per se a somewhat creepy aura.
32 pictures Top 40: These are the best sellers of the decade Hammelehle: Which brings us to the cat hair again. When searching for the killer of the taxidermist animal hair analysis plays a certain role. What has this surprised me most was that I found the whole book exciting.’ The Snow Leopard’ is not the kind of novel that I read otherwise. But it is technically worked so good that I wanted to know how Gerritsen assembles the puzzle. After 300 pages I was sure who the killer is. And I was wrong.
Basement: I would even know who guesses correctly who the murderer immediately towards gambling should reorient themselves professionally. Or still fulfill the childhood dream of becoming a detective. I would want the book just another cover. But maybe I’m the only one who is irritated by the fact that below the line’ The Snow Leopard’ a dead bird can be seen. Have you any explanation for this image – text – scissors?
Hammelehle: Is it literary critics not strictly forbidden to judge book covers? In addition, I have anyway stopped me to think about wayward envelopes.
Basement: Well, too bad, it is again not that it would tarnish my joy that the snow leopard after all these years on the red list of threatened species now also times to the bestseller list is. Forgive the plate Pointe, but to which I have now been looking forward me a week !
Maren Keller is an editor at KulturSPIEGEL. She has until his death lived with her cat Yolo together, they still missing.
Sebastian Hammelehle is culture editor at SPIEGEL ONLINE. He once had a guinea pig named Snoopy. The’ Peanuts’ he may still, but his favorite animals are now Lions and blackbirds .
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