Murder in Lima by Mats Vederhus
Vederhus pens a grand story in Murder in Lima. I liked this story, and how there was more than just the crime at hand, a murder. There were things that Kurt needed to deal with in order to continue and move forward. A glaring past and present, while trying to solve the problem, not only the murder but solve himself. The story was well-written, and I liked the writing style and pace of the story. It was wonderfully suspenseful, not just about the main plot but the subplots as well. I look forward to reading more by this author. This book is recommended by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews.