The Keeper of Lost Causes

The Keeper of Lost Causes

Downloadable Audiobook - 2011 | Unabridged
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Carl Mørck used to be one of Copenhagen's best homicide detectives. Then a bullet almost took his life. Two of his colleagues weren't so lucky, and Carl, who didn't draw his weapon, blames himself. So a promotion is the last thing Carl expects. Carl's been selected to run Department Q, with a stack of cold cases to keep him company.
Publisher: New York : Books on Tape, 2011
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780307966490
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 sound file)
Alternative Title: Mercy

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Staff Book Review: The Keeper of Lost Causes

As a mystery reader and audiobook fan, I love it when both combine to create the perfect literary experience. The Keeper of Lost Causes, and other works by Jussi Adler-Olsen, are available in four formats but I highly recommend the audio narrated by Erik Davies. The Keeper of Lost Causes introduces Carl Morck, a crusty Danish cop who’s recovering from a brutal shootout (more)


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"As a mystery reader and audiobook fan, I love it when both combine to create the perfect literary experience. "


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Jan 16, 2016

The exciting launch of the Adler-Olsen cold case series and of the friendship between Carl Merck the hard nosed detective and Assad the mystery man who goes from maintenance man to sleuth during the course of this book. This book pulled me right in as has the series. Dark, current and fun.

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courgette77
Aug 11, 2015

I listen to audiobooks constantly. A great book can be harmed by a terrible narration, but an OK one can be ruined, and I think that's the case here. I listened to about 30 minutes' worth, and only lasted that long as I was on a walk! The narrator uses a "Danish" accent for all the conversation, and there's a lot of it. I heard him pronounce Copenhagen 4 different ways in those 30 minutes, and the rest of it was similarly erratic-- plus, his base accent was a lot closer to German than Danish. Just a ridiculous choice for the actor to have made-- he was apparently confident that his skill could carry a 13 hour narrative, but he shouldn't have been!

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c210flyer
Apr 12, 2015

Another book about Carl, Denmark's first detective in Dept. Q which in in charge of cold cases. I enjoyed the book, but it wasn't great. 6 of 10 for me.

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