[[ Read ]] ➲ 1793 Author Niklas Natt och Dag – Paperless-kitchen.info

[[ Read ]] ➲ 1793 Author Niklas Natt och Dag – Paperless-kitchen.info In This Breathtakingly Bold, Intricately Constructed Novel Set In 18th Century Stockholm, A Dying Man Searches Among The City S Teeming Streets, Dark Corners, And Intriguing Inhabitants To Unmask A Ruthless Murderer Perfect For Fans Of Perfume And The Alienist.It Is 1793 Four Years After The Storming Of The Bastille In France And Than A Year After The Death Of King Gustav III Of Sweden, Paranoia And Whispered Conspiracies Are Stockholm S Daily Bread A Promise Of Violence Crackles In The Air As Ordinary Citizens Feel Increasingly Vulnerable To The Whims Of Those In Power.When Mickel Cardell, A Crippled Ex Solider And Former Night Watchman, Finds A Mutilated Body Floating In The City S Malodorous Lake, He Feels Compelled To Give The Unidentifiable Man A Proper Burial For Cecil Winge, A Brilliant Lawyer Turned Consulting Detective To The Stockholm Police, A Body With No Arms, Legs, Or Eyes Is A Formidable Puzzle And One Last Chance To Set Things Right Before He Loses His Battle To Consumption Together, Winge And Cardell Scour Stockholm To Discover The Body S Identity, Encountering The Sordid Underbelly Of The City S Elite Meanwhile, Kristofer Blix The Handsome Son Of A Farmer Leaves Rural Life For The Alluring Charms Of The Capital And Ambitions Of Becoming A Doctor His Letters To His Sister Chronicle His Wild Good Times And Terrible Misfortunes, Which Lead Him Down A Treacherous Path.In Another Corner Of The City, A Young Woman Anna Stina Is Consigned To The Workhouse After She Upsets Her Parish Priest Her Unlikely Escape Plan Takes On New Urgency When A Sadistic Guard Marks Her As His Next Victim.Over The Course Of The Novel, These Extraordinary Characters Cross Paths And Collide In Shocking And Unforgettable Ways Niklas Natt Och Dag Paints A Deliciously Dark Portrait Of Late 18th Century Stockholm, And The Frightful Yet Fascinating Reality Lurking Behind The Powdered And Painted Veneer Of The Era.


10 thoughts on “1793

  1. Julie Julie says:

    The Wolf and the Watchman is a 2019 Atria Books publication.Morose and grisly but morbidly fascinating Late 1700s Stockholm A mutilated corpse is found in the lake and by mutilated, I mean limbs, tongue, and eyes had been methodically removed, one at a time, the work mimicking that of a surgeon Cecil Winge, a lawyer, suffering through the last stages of consumption has been asked to look into the matter, which is the only thing tha


  2. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    This is an award winning Swedish historical horror fiction set in 1793, a period overshadowed by the recent events that resulted in the French Revolution sparking paranoia amongst Royal Houses throughout Europe, including King Gustav who unleashed a horde of spies to report on any who voice thoughts of overthrowing him Gustav was assassinated, and Stockholm s people live in penury, struggling to survive in the stinking dark, dirty and


  3. Debra Debra says:

    It s 1793, and a mutilated body has been found floating in the city s lake Mickel Cardell, an ex watchman and crippled ex soldier feels compelled to give the man a proper burial Cecil Winge, an attorney and consultant for the Stockholm police, makes this case the last thing he will do as he is dying from consumption He wants to solve the puzzle of the identity of the man who had no arms, no legs, no teeth, eyes or tongue Who was he Why w


  4. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    A great calamity has befallen us A thousand rumors abound, and one preposterous than the next It is impossible to obtain any trustworthy information, for even travelers have differing accounts and all seem to me somewhat poetical in what they relate The atrocity of the crime, as it has been related, is too great, such that I do not know how I should think thereof Carl Gustaf Af Leopold 1793The night watchman, Mickel Cardell, has seen enoug


  5. Will Byrnes Will Byrnes says:

    Tell me, Mr Winge, does the expression homo homini lupus est mean anything to you Plautus wrote it during the Punic Wars Like a wolf is man to other men What kind of wolf are you, Mr Winge A good wolf A skilled hunter No wolf at all, I m afraid What I do, I do not undertake in order to satisfy my bloodlust Now I have helped you pick up the scent, all you have to do is follow it out into the forest and find your mark I see how your expre


  6. Peter Peter says:

    CorrosivenessA dark and gruesome Gothic thriller, which reveals a formidable and disturbing portrait of Stockholm during the tumultuous period of the late 18 century The Wolf and the Watchman is at times horrifying, often captivating and always brilliantly written I love the title and from that alone, there is a sense of anticipation and danger Often the most corrupt are those tasked with upholding the law.The characters are brilliantly de


  7. Katie B Katie B says:

    So glad I stepped a bit out of my reading comfort zone to give this one a try I don t normally read very many books set in the 1700s but the premise for this one sounded intriguing Turned out to be a really good read Mickel Cardell, a former soldier, is living in Stockholm when he finds a mutilated body Together with Cecil Winge, a consulting detective for the police, they set out to determine the identity of the deceased and the circumstances behin


  8. Felicia Felicia says:

    If you ve ever been curious about Stockholm in the 18th century, then this is your book aka this wasn t my book.The writing is exquisite and so atmospheric that I had no problem conjuring up images and smells, yes, smells from the setting of this story However, the storyline itself failed to hold my attention, especially the middle section Comparisons to The Alienist are undeniable So if that book scratched your itch for a gruesome murder mystery, then


  9. Dem Dem says:

    I had to wait for my blood pressure and heart rate to calm down before writing a review on this Novel A vividly written, unusual, intriguing and atmospheric Scandinavian crime thriller horror historical fiction story that made for difficult reading in places due to its very graphic content and yet apparently an accurate portrayal of 1780 Stockholm and I came away from this one with a feeling of gratitude for not having lived in the late 1700s as I don t t


  10. Sandy Sandy says:

    4.5 starsIn chaos theory, there is something called the butterfly effect The idea is that one small action can greatly affect the outcome of a later, seemingly unrelated event This novel is full of little moments that show how one person s decision can permanently alter the lives of others The year is 1793 Stockholm is a city on edge Rebellion by lower classes in countries such as France have made the Swedish elite a tad nervous, especially after the murder


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