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The characters are well-drawn and mysterious, but let's talk about Harry Hole.Harry develops theories, pursues them, comes to a dead end, and then follows another thread that leads him to the next suspect.I never felt like I was ahead of Harry in my deduction. The final whodunit is powerful and leaves Harry, and readers, wondering what's next.Whether you're high on Harry or not, "Knife" will scratch all your itches until the very end, when Nesbo does the only sensible thing an author can do after writing 12 books featuring one character -- set you up for book 13 .
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