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Headhunter Roger Brown muss sich die Zuneigung seiner Gattin mit Luxusgeschenken erkaufen, für die selbst sein üppiges Gehalt nicht ausreicht. Den aufwendigen Lebensstil finanziert der arrogante Personalmanager durch perfekt organisierte. Headhunter ist mein erster Roman von Jo Nesbo. Mich hat dieser Thriller sehr gut unterhalten, vor allem wegen des zynischen Untertons des Hauptprotagonisten. Jo Nesbø hat mit Headhunter ein Buch geschrieben, dessen komplette Einnahmen in eine von ihm gegründete Stiftung fließen, die sich für die Bekämpfung von. Headhunters (Originaltitel: Hodejegerne, Verweistitel: Jo Nesbø's Headhunters) ist ein Thriller des norwegischen Regisseurs Morten Tyldum aus dem Jahr , der auf dem Roman Hodejegerne von Jo Nesbø basiert. Roger Brown ist ein erfolgreicher Headhunter. Er besitzt eine große Villa und ist mit der Galeristin. Headhunter: mhsreenactment.se: Nesbø, Jo, Frauenlob, Günther: Libri in altre lingue.
Headhunter ist mein erster Roman von Jo Nesbo. Mich hat dieser Thriller sehr gut unterhalten, vor allem wegen des zynischen Untertons des Hauptprotagonisten. Inhaltsangabe: Headhunter von Jo Nesbo. Inhalt. Der 35 Jahre alte Roger Brown war der beste Headhunter in ganz Norwegen. Doch was niemand wusste. Headhunter: mhsreenactment.se: Nesbø, Jo, Frauenlob, Günther: Libri in altre lingue.
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Um halbwegs durch den Tag zu kommen, arbeitet Harry wieder bei der Polizei, als einfacher Ermittler.
Als er auf die Spur eines Mannes stot, den er nach wie vor fur einen brutalen Vergewaltiger halt, folgt er dieser Fahrte. Schon einmal hat Harry Svein Finne hinter Gitter gebracht, und das will er auch wieder tun.
Doch eines Morgens wacht Harry auf, ohne jede Erinnerung an die Nacht. Seine Kleidung ist voller Blut. Und nun beginnt fur den ehemaligen Star des Osloer Polizeiprasidiums der wahre Albtraum.
Harry Hole steht vor seiner hartesten Prufung. Anni ' Una citta fatta di fabbriche chiuse, disperazione e piazze di spaccio.
Sotto la pioggia nera che cade incessantemente, il miglior poliziotto in circolazione e Macbeth, dal passato turbolento e incline alla violenza.
Chiamato a gestire una retata nell'area del porto, Macbeth intravvede l'opportunita per ottenere una promozione, e guadagnare potere, la cosa piu importante.
Ma lo lasceranno davvero arrivare cosi in alto? In un crescendo di allucinazioni e paranoie, Macbeth inizia lentamente a soccombere a se stesso e al tarlo dell'ambizione.
Dopo il successo di L'uomo di neve, Jo Nesbo torna con Macbeth, richiamo moderno al celebre e omonimo dramma shakespeariano in cui l'uomo deve lottare con il suo io, con la persona che vuole essere e diventare.
Siamo negli anni Settanta, nel pieno dell'industrializzazione, in una citta vessata dallo smog, dalle fabbriche con le ciminiere alte e da piani regolatori mai messi in atto.
Harry Hole non fa altro che bere e i suoi ricordi non sono mai del tutto lucidi. Per questo non capisce che cosa sia accaduto quando una mattina si sveglia con un coltello in mano, completamente ricoperto di sangue.
In Il coltello di Jo Nesbo i piani narrativi sono diversi perche ce un prima e ce un dopo a quel tragico risveglio. Il prima e Rakel, il momento in cui lei ha scoperto che Harry ha ricominciato a bere e lattimo in cui lei lo sbattuto fuori di casa con tutte le sue cose.
Poi ce la testa per terra, in quel grigio appartamento di Sofies Gate dove lo ospita un suo collega, e la piu terribile notizia che possa mai giungere alle orecchie e al cuore di un uomo.
Ma davvero quella notizia brutale e collegata ai vestiti sporchi di sangue e al coltello che Harry tiene in mano? Annegato nella nebbia dellalcol, Harry Hole deve scoprire se ha commesso un omicidio cosi orribile.
Luomo tenta di ricordare, ma le bottiglie di whisky sparse per terra sono davvero troppe. Come riuscira a raggiungere la verita?
Se e un mostro, lunica soluzione per Hole e sparire. Per uccidersi infatti non ha abbastanza coraggio, ma per sparire si. In Il coltello di Jo Nesbo ogni momento narrativo e magistralmente descritto con la suspense e con la consapevolezza che la vita del protagonista da un momento allaltro sta per esplodere.
A Roger Brown non manca niente. Ha una moglie da paura. Un lavoro ufficiale come cacciatore di teste. E un hobby segreto, i furti d'arte.
La lampadina si accende dentro la testa di Roger. Il colpo comincia a prendere forma. E, tempo un secondo, da cacciatore Roger si trasforma in preda A woman is found murdered after an internet date.
The marks left on her body show the police that they are dealing with a particularly vicious killer. Under pressure from the media to find the murderer, the force know there's only one man for the job.
But Harry Hole is reluctant to return to the place that almost took everything from him. Until he starts to suspect a connection between this killing and his one failed case.
Nesbo deserves to be crowned the king of all crime thriller writers' Sunday Express on THE SON 'Nesbo deploys all the key ingredients of a cracking good thriller with expertise and verve.
The ticking clock, the tension expertly ratcheted ever upwards, the changing scenery, the constantly shifting goalposts and the effortless, triumphant outpacing of the reader's ability to guess what's going to happen will keep you gripped to the last page' Guardian on THE LEOPARD 'The undisputed king of Scandinavian crime fiction' The Times 'Scandinavian crime thrillers don't come much darker or more tense than the best-selling Harry Hole series, and this tenth outing for the Norwegian detective is the best yet' Sunday Mirror on POLICE.
Quand un policier d'Oslo est assassine a la date anniversaire et sur les lieux d'un crime non elucide, cela n'est certainement pas un hasard.
Et lorsque deux autres policiers qui ont participe a des enquetes infructueuses sont tues a leur tour, c'est une evidence : un meurtrier brutal aux methodes bestiales rode dans les rues de la capitale norvegienne.
La police ne dispose d'aucun indice et, pire encore, elle deplore l'absence de son meilleur limier. Mais aujourd'hui, l'inspecteur Harry Hole n'est plus en mesure d'aider ni de proteger quiconque.
Pendant ce temps, a l'hopital d'Oslo, un homme gravement blesse est dans le coma. Personne ne connait son nom. Meme les policiers charges de le proteger n'ont pas le droit d'approcher le patient.
S'il reprenait conscience, cet inconnu aurait pourtant bien des secrets a reveler Quitte par la femme qu'il aime, Harry Hole recommence a boire.
Il est desormais charge des affaires non classees alors qu'il souhaite arreter Svein Finne, un violeur et un tueur en serie. Passant outre les ordres de sa superieure, il pourchasse ce criminel mais a la suite d'une soiree de beuverie, il se reveille les mains couvertes de sang et sans aucun souvenir de la veille.
A veces estar en lo mas alto no es suficiente. El ambicioso y cautivador Roger Brown parece haber logrado todo lo que un hombre puededesear: ser el mejor en su trabajo como headhunter cazatalentos para empresas, estar casado con una culta y bella mujer responsable de una galeria de arte, vivir en una lujosa y elegante casa Sin embargo, la codicia y el deseo de riqueza obligan a Roger a correr algunos riesgos, como por ejemplo: robar obras de arte.
Sin movil aparente, sin sospechoso y sin arma homicida, el inspectorHarry Hole debera enfrentarse a uno de los casos mas desconcertantes de su carrera.
La ciudad se convertiraentonces en un inmenso tablero en que asesino y policia jugaran una partida a contrarreloj.
A medida que el cerco sobreel volatil homicida se vaya estrechando, Hole ira tomando conciencia de que cada segundo puede llegar a contar mas quetoda una vida.
From the bestselling author of The Snowman - an explosive new thriller. In the depths of winter a killer stalks the city streets.
Two women are found drowned in their own blood. A third woman is hanged from a diving board. The crime scenes offer no clues, the media is reaching fever pitch, and the police are running out of options.
There is only one man who can help them catch the killer. But Inspector Harry Hole doesn't want to be found Doch er ist unbestechlich, gerissen und klug.
Er lasst einen Deal nach dem anderen hochgehen, die Drogenbosse beien sich an ihm die Zahne aus. Aber irgendwann ist auch fur ihn die Verlockung von Geld und Respekt zu stark, und sein groter Feind wird die erwachende Gier nach Macht.
Doch er wei, dass einer wie er niemals ganz nach oben gelassen wird. Auer - er totet. Todos los derechos reservados. Uso de Cookies.
When I nominate someone for a top job in business, height is one of my most important criteria. Height instils respect, trust and authority.
Short people move around in the sediment, they have a hidden plan, an agenda which revolves around the fact that they are short.
I provide them with a head that is good enough, placed on the body they want. They are not qualified to judge the first; they can see the second with their own eyes.
The method has shown itself to be enormously effective, on both the guilty and the innocent. After DNA technology made it possible for old cases to be re-examined, hundreds of people were found to have been wrongly imprisoned in the USA alone.
Around a quarter of these wrongful convictions were based on confessions extracted by the nine-step model. That says everything about what a fantastic tool it is.
But how many of the pages? I scrutinised the alternatives. She obviously screams in bed like an airplane! Her screams even give her husband a case of tinnitus.
I'm not kidding! Q: But not even a saint could scream like Diana. It was a lament and an enduring moan, a tone that merely rose and fell, like a model aeroplane.
So piercing that after the first act of love I had woken up with a ringing in my ears, and after three weeks of lovemaking I thought I could detect the first symptoms of tinnitus; And the payback you'll know what I am talking about after you read it was wonderful!
Of course, that could be because there have never really been any situations in my life that were critical enough for me to panic.
Whereupon, with a flukey shot, I had seen to it that he became a corpse once again and I a murderer. And I was only halfway to Elverum.
But when women like Diana make up their minds to lie, they are thorough and efficient. Not because they are less moral than men, but because they have greater mastery of this aspect of the treachery.
Perhaps it was a good start to the day after all, perhaps I could shout at an idiot. The lights had been set up in such a way that he would appear at his most favourable, the chair was of the same kind as ours, but its legs were a bit longer, and I had laid out the leather briefcase I had bought for him, bearing his initials, and a gold Montblanc pen.
The light that always presages the oncoming darkness. Pushed my papers five centimetres up the table. And slumped into the high-backed chair.
It rocked — not too much, only a little. I looked out of the window. At the light. At the darkness that was on its way.
A hundred seconds. The room was quite silent now. View all 7 comments. If this actually won best novel in Norway in Norwegian Book Club Prize , it must be more a commentary on the sad state of Norwegian literature in that particular year.
Although, perhaps out of sentimentality for Nesbo, I am still recommending it. A good beach or airline read. Nothing more. It pretty much relies on one plot twist, some rather unbelievable developments and collusions, not one character is likeable, and there is no real character development.
I am thinking of a much more satisfying conclusion to the story that could have been, even given these shortcomings. Whatever happened to the writer who wrote The Redbreast?
View all 9 comments. Nov 21, Phrynne rated it it was ok. I found it difficult to get past how totally ridiculous the main character was with his delusions of grandeur and then parts of the plot were just too far fetched to be readable.
Things picked up once the real chase was on and Roger Brown started to use his brain and other people's guns to great effect. And then the author dumped one of the silliest endings ever on us.
This would probably make a good TV series. It did not make a good book View all 10 comments. I had expected a police procedural, but was pleasantly surprised to find something different.
The main character is a corporate headhunter who also happens to steal fine art in order to fund a lavish lifestyle.
The story grabbed me from the opening with an element of intrigue, and then kept hold with its twists and consistent pace.
It has to be said that many elements stretched the bounds of credibility, which may cause some readers to knock off a star or two.
People are complicated, and who knows what choices one would make in a given circumstance. So no marks lost for that from this reader.
Credibility of action and circumstance, however, is something completely different, when all the pieces slot into place a little too neatly.
Such a thing would normally make me consider downgrading but, although the events in this story were neat, they were also possible.
As such, I found myself nodding in admiration rather than scowling with incredulity, and leaving those five stars in tact.
View all 17 comments. Feb 03, Matt rated it really liked it Shelves: audiobook. Roger Brown has made a niche for himself as a corporate headhunter in Oslo's business world.
While his commissions pay him well, Brown finds himself living a luxurious lifestyle; one that requires a second and more lucrative paycheque.
During interviews, Brown finds himself fishing for personal information about candidates, particularly surrounding their art collections.
The reader soon learns that Brown is happy to use this knowledge to steal numerous pieces and replace them with forgeries.
When Brown is introduced to Clas Greve at an art gallery, they hit it off and seem destined to work together.
Greve has his eye on a Norwegian technology company and hopes Brown can work his magic and place Greve in the CEO's chair.
After learning that Greve possesses a rare piece of art, Brown proceeds with his plan. However, Greve may be more than Brown can handle and things soon spiral out of control, leaving Brown to scramble and try to make sense of this new reality.
In a cat and mouse game that sees Brown and Greve dodging one another, the reader learns that this clash has less to do with art or headhunting, but a primal sense of survival.
This story is less 'cops and robbers' and more corporate espionage and personal headhunting. There is no point at which I could say things lagged or the ideas seemed repetitive from the other work I have read.
Roger Brown can be loved at some points and hated at others, never shying away from the cutthroat man that he appears to be in the opening chapters.
Kudos Mr. Formidable work, though that seems to be an understatement. View all 4 comments. May 19, Barbara rated it liked it. He wears expensive designer clothes, drives a classy car, and lives in an elegant home.
To top it off, Roger - who's self-conscious about being short - is thrilled to be married to tall, beautiful, blonde Diana. To keep Diana happy and to make up for the abortion he convinced her to have Roger recently purchased his wife a posh art gallery.
Roger has a secret though. He's living way above his means and can't afford his high-flying lifestyle.
Thus Roger has taken to stealing valuable paintings to supplement his salary. Moreover, the headhunter cleverly uses his job to locate expensive artworks to take.
When interviewing potential clients Roger casually directs the conversation to art, and asks what valuable paintings they own Soon after Roger's latest heist Diana has a private viewing at her gallery.
There Diana introduces Roger to art-loving Dutchman Clas Greve who, in her opinion, would be a perfect client for Roger's headhunting business.
The Calydonian Boar Hunt by Peter Paul Rubens Roger immediately hatches a plan to steal the painting but, unfortunately for him, Greve has an agenda of his own.
For example, Roger immerses himself in the poop and pee-filled collection tank of an outhouse; is almost suffocated between dead and dismembered bodies; impales a vicious dog on steel tines; and more.
The book has a dark comedy vibe throughout, along with some clever twists. I enjoyed "Headhunters" but it's not one of my favorite Nesbo books.
The plot is too complex and unbelievable and I disliked most of the characters. I did have some sympathy for Roger when things got really rough but never totally wished him well.
I'd recommend the novel to mystery fans who want a quick read. Dec 19, Michael rated it liked it Shelves: norway , thriller , mystery , fiction.
A clever and elegant portrait of the dark excesses of our corporate culture as revealed through a desperate cat-and-mouse game between figures reaching for the top of the heap.
Roger Brown is an effete, manipulating cad who strives to be the best as his executive headhunting agency, Alfa, in Oslo.
I came to see how he deserved the luxurious lifestyle he leads and his beautiful trophy wife, Diana, who runs an art gallery.
That he truly loves her makes us see him as human. Because Brown lives beyond his means, he has a hobby of art theft.
Is the well-crafted theft of this Reubens revealed on the book jacket just another bad-boy behavior we can kind of admire, or does this finally move you the reader to root for his downfall?
As Greve starts taking actions against Brown, does he become the hero of the tale? With his military background as an ex-special forces soldier and an expert in advanced technologies, he is a dangerous opponent.
The shadowy war between Brown and Greve takes a nasty turn when Diana becomes a pawn in the match. This was my first Nesbo and served as a good prelude to tapping into his Harry Hole detective series, which is so well respected in the vanguard of the wave of Nordic noir mysteries reaching the American shores.
View 2 comments. Apr 28, Brian rated it liked it. I will read others. This book was given to me by a friend who loved it…I liked it.
It is a short novel and a quick read that is well plotted and has more than a few twists and turns, most of which I did not see coming.
Most of which are plausible and worked, and a few which required me to take a larger leap than I was willing to take without rolling my eyes.
So I rolled my eyes and took the leap. Overall, this is a fast-paced novel, with some truly clever bits of shock and surprise that will keep you entertained.
What I really like about it was the occasional bit of writing that took this text out of the realm of crime novel and gave it literary moments.
Having both elements in a book can make for an excellent read. Passages like the following are an example of what I am talking about.
Next, I am going to tackle his famous Harry Hole series and see if that keeps me reading his novels. View all 3 comments. Mar 14, Lobstergirl rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Tom Cotton.
Shelves: fiction , mystery-thriller. When you create a character who looks like a manga figure as the author asserts , you make her favorite artist Damien Hirst, and "Damien" is her choice for passcode to a home security system, and also the name of the would-be child her husband forced her to abort, common sense says that this is the bottom of the barrel.
Things can only go up from here. Connoisseurs of scenes set in sewage tanks and latrines will not want to give this book a pass.
No, I'm not speaking metaphorically. There is some serious shit going on here. Sep 05, Nan rated it it was ok Shelves: once-was-plenty.
Headhunters is Exhibit A. It IS a fast-moving, competently written mystery, but the first-person character is unlikeable which he knows!
The ending? Unbelievable--and I mean that in a bad way. Sep 16, Luanne Ollivier rated it it was amazing. What a great cover eh?
Take a second look at it And so is the author Jo Nesbo. I picked up Headhunters thinking that it would feature Nesbo's recurring series character Detective Harry Hole.
I started reading, realized that it wasn't and felt slightly disappointed. But I lost that feeling about 10 pages in. Nesbo has written an ingenious, intricately plotted stand alone thriller that had me hooked from start to finish.
Roger Brown is a professional recruiter, a 'headhunter' What a great cover eh? Roger Brown is a professional recruiter, a 'headhunter' if you will.
He's not just one of the best, he is the best, as he'll tell you. And Roger likes having the best of everything.
Sadly his salary does not quite match the lifestyle he's created for his wife and himself. So Roger dabbles Conveniently during his many recruitment interviews, he steers the discussion to art.
His latest applicant, Clas Greve, has a piece of art that would leave Roger sitting pretty for the rest of his life.
Roger breaks into Greve's home in search of the painting and finds much more than he bargained for Nesbo's characterization of Roger is perfect - he comes across as a cocky, superior know-it-all, confident in his abilities to out think and out maneuver anyone and everyone.
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