Sun and Shadow by Åke Edwardson, Laurie Thompson (translator)

By Åke Edwardson, Laurie Thompson (translator)

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Like this one. A caretaker had noticed that somebody had broken into the basement of an apartment building in Rickertsgatan, over at Johanneberg.

He approached the bed. It was a difficult moment. Winter had trouble swallowing. His father held out a hand. Winter took it. The hand felt warm and firm, as with a healthy man, but Winter could feel bone and sinew. He tried to say something, but his father got in first. ” Winter could see that his father was in pain. Moving his hand had been awkward. ” Winter squeezed the hand gently. ” “It’s the only ... ” Bengt Winter looked at his son. ” “That doesn’t matter. ” “You can ... you can bet your life I will.

Just to the side was the shiny red dot on the CD player. Winter went over to it and took out the Springsteen box he’d been sent at great expense last autumn by his London friend, DCI Steve MacDonald. He’d done it so that Winter would be impressed by how much the postage had cost and listen as seriously as he could. Winter liked jazz and MacDonald accepted that, but he’d damn well see to it that Winter got a decent education in all the good things he’d missed during his sheltered youth, growing up with John Coltrane.

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