Ryley Reads: 'A gritty, real crime novel'

By Ryley Gelinas
Ryley Reads

The Devil's Wedding Ring (Vidar Sundstol)I usually have issues getting used to translated books but once I got used to Sundstøl's bare-bones writing style, I was able to get into the story quite quickly. At first, the writing style felt a little choppy and disjointed but it really just made for a no-nonsense storyline. There were few frills and flowery writing that made for a gritty, real crime novel.

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