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I felt many characters were extraneous to the story. The author's purpose in writing the novel, as she mentions in her note, is to call attention to child molestation.
That is her reason for writing the story. There was Two murders--a girl whose body is found washed up in the river and a television hostess of an investigative show get our two intrepid police detectives, Oliver and Pia and their team, on the job to solve the crimes.
There was non-stop action once the story was in place with the false clues and betrayals, along with genuine leads.
The novel leads to an insidious conclusion--not only one main perpetrator, but many who condone the goings-on. Personalities of the individuals are deeply explored.
I think the author has striven to show how child abuse can affect victims and their families and other interested persons. Oct 18, Pat rated it really liked it.
Oh that was just awful. I mean great book and story but awful depictions of child abuse. Unfortunately it happens all too often and its also often someone close to the victim.
Pia Kirchhoff and Bodenstein are working on some seemingly unrelated cases. We have an apparently drowned girl who had suffered awful abuse and the brutal beating and rape of a TV personality.
Also, nine years ago another girl was fished out of the Main River at the same spot. Police suspect a convicted paedophile 4.
Police suspect a convicted paedophile who lives in a trailer park on the river. Another person who keeps cropping up is a former biker.
But they can't pin anything down. Then there is another gruesome murder and now nothing is clear. You get the sense that something very fishy is going on.
This was quite a long book, and a lovely twisty and convoluted tale - my favourite kind. Red herrings and twists abound and you just don't know what's going on, but hang on and enjoy the ride - its worth it.
I love these books by Nele Neuhaus and will read as many as have been translated. Nov 15, Roger rated it it was amazing.
Bad Wolf was an absolutely excellent police procedural. This is the sixth book in this series, but I do not think all of the other books have been translated into English.
Don't let that run you off. You can work out past events using context and still have an enjoyable reading experience-I know I did.
The action takes place in and around Frankfurt Germany and by the time you are into the last fourth of the book you will be reading at a maniacal pace to see what happens next.
Truly well done. Horrible topic, but a good read. Nov 19, Neil McCrea rated it liked it Shelves: german , crime-fiction , police-procedural , first-reads.
Bad Wolf is the novel that the Crimebot would write after being fed child porn statistics and 10 years worth of major network crime dramas. It may be that I've simply read too many crime novels in too short a time, even if I still find myself looking forward to the half dozen or so crime novels I Bad Wolf is the novel that the Crimebot would write after being fed child porn statistics and 10 years worth of major network crime dramas.
It may be that I've simply read too many crime novels in too short a time, even if I still find myself looking forward to the half dozen or so crime novels I have on deck.
I shall have to fall back on Ruskin's basic rules for criticism to get through this one. What was the author's intention?
How well did they succeed at that intention? Was it worth doing, did it further the literary "conversation"? The intention? Bad Wolf follows a fairly standard model for the police procedural sub-genre.
A social issue is introduced through a specific crime and we watch as a group of law enforcement officers of one stripe or another work their way through the situation.
The police procedural is more likely to have a didactic element than most other crime novel sub-genres, and serve to support or critique the manner in which the police handle the social issue at hand.
And of course, the novel intends to entertain. The execution? I don't expect most readers will learn much about German police procedure or child pornography that they didn't know or couldn't work out for themselves, so the didactic element is a wash.
Plenty of dramatic tension arises from the interplay between what the investigators want to accomplish and internal law enforcement disputes.
Attention is paid to how "the job" affects the personalities of the characters, and how their personalities affect the performance of their job.
Mystery elements take a back seat to other concerns, but fans of conspiracy stories and thriller pyrotechnics get plenty of bang for their buck by the end.
Was it worth doing? There is just enough novelty in Bad Wolf to give it a place at the table, but what it adds to the body of crime fiction is incremental at best.
On a final note, I found myself much more drawn to minor characters than I did any of the protagonists. I can't help but imagine that the same story told from the perspective of Bernd Prinzler, the bike gang leader would have been far more compelling than the suburbanite cops, mother to be and television personality that we get.
Oct 23, Janet Newport rated it liked it Shelves: reads , first-read-wins. Bad Wolf was really a 2.
As there were numerous references about previous characters and events, it probably would have helped as there are A I received an ARC of Bad Wolf through a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.
As there were numerous references about previous characters and events, it probably would have helped as there are A LOT of characters in Bad Wolf.
I was almost tempted to set up a spreadsheet to keep up with them all but that takes all the fun out of reading as far as I'm concerned. Also, I found the change every 2 - 3 pages from character to character and scene to scene a little disorienting, but it did serve to keep the story moving along.
However, I feel some of the story's cohesiveness was sacrificed for the pace's sake. The story itself - the discovery of a child-porn ring and the ring leaders' subsequent violence to avoid capture was fairly gruesome, but there were no real surprises of the "who done-it" variety.
Too many "motives" were left unexplored for my tastes most notably Nicola Engel's. On the whole, I found most of the characters on the dull side.
Overall, story good if predictable , but I found the characters on the dull side. If I were to trip over Snow White must die at the library, I'd likely pick it up, but don't look for me in the line for Nele Neuhaus' next book.
Apr 21, Travis Starnes rated it liked it. I had a little trouble getting into this book. While it is a pretty straight forward detective style mystery I just had too many problems connecting with the characters.
The one thing that really stood out to me is the similarities this has to mystery books that were created in Sweden. I know this is the authors 2nd US release and previously Nehaus was mostly a European writer but other than that I am not familiar with her origin, so my connection between her and Swedish fiction is strictly I had a little trouble getting into this book.
I know this is the authors 2nd US release and previously Nehaus was mostly a European writer but other than that I am not familiar with her origin, so my connection between her and Swedish fiction is strictly based on the tone and style of the book.
The problem is I have never been a big fan of that style of writing and this holds true here. The story moves along at a pretty good clip and, especially in the sections dealing with the kids, is fairly moving.
It should be noted that this book does not pull many punches. It can be a little brutal at times and is not for those who like more sterilized mysteries.
Other than the tone that the book was written in my other problem is the personal stories between the characters seem a little confused.
While the mysteries are indeed standalone this type of series the connective threads are in the characters personal interactions.
Sep 02, Oceansword rated it liked it. First off, the publisher did a disservice to the author and the reader by opting to follow Snow White Must Die 4 by translating Bad Wolf 6.
The book also suffers from having too many POV characters and a transparent villain that I saw coming from the very outset.
Although I may be in the minority on this opinion, I was also bothered by the gender stereotypes that underlaid a lot of the plot I loved the twisty darkness of Snow White Must Die but was ultimately disappointed with Bad Wolf.
Although I may be in the minority on this opinion, I was also bothered by the gender stereotypes that underlaid a lot of the plot and action.
Melanie appears quite late in the book to avenge the wrongs done against her but her eventual fate is she arrested? Similarly, our male characters suffer from the same stereotypes.
Our villains lack nuance unless you count sadism as a nuance. I don't. Several times our male heroes ride in to save the day at the very last moment.
Also: it's apparently okay to cheat on your wife so long as it's not an affair but just a prostitute? Dec 14, Allison rated it liked it Shelves: netgalley , ereader , mystery.
As a police procedural, this works well. The author does a good job of introducing the different characters and narrative shards and then piecing them all together.
I enjoy books where several stories begin and then intersect in sometimes surprising ways. There are some issues with writing and dialogue which might be due to translation, and a couple of passages where characters seem to undergo shifts in perspective or behaviour that aren't credible; there are a couple of incredibly clunky As a police procedural, this works well.
There are some issues with writing and dialogue which might be due to translation, and a couple of passages where characters seem to undergo shifts in perspective or behaviour that aren't credible; there are a couple of incredibly clunky passages, such as when the main policewoman character is cozying up to her husband and their dialogue is "are you thinking what I'm thinking?
What are you thinking? Please tell me that was something witty in German that simply wouldn't translate. Hanna's relationship with her daughter is actually quite realistic and affecting, but then the daughter has a sudden moment of clarity and self-reflection that seems highly unlikely.
On the whole though, this is a good mystery. I was provided an advance copy by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Bad Wolf will be released January Jan 28, Patricia Locati rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorite-authors , favorites.
Spectacular read. This is the 2nd mystery thriller by Nele Neuhaus Nele is a German mystery thriller author I wish the translation could happen faster This astounding book starts off with all these different characters and you have no idea how any of them could possibly be related But, like in her previous book, Nele weaves a story MORE twists and turns.
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