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  • RolyUK shared from The Redeemer: A Harry Hole thriller (Oslo Sequence 4) by Jo Nesbo
    ‘I don’t know all the reasons for why I did what I did,’ Harry said. ‘The brain is a singular piece of machinery. You may be right. I may have set everything up to happen as it did. But, if that was the case, I want you to know that I didn’t do it for your redemption, Beate.’ Harry drained his coffee in one swig and stood up. ‘I did it for mine.’
  • RolyUK shared from The Redeemer: A Harry Hole thriller (Oslo Sequence 4) by Jo Nesbo
    Doubt is faith’s shadow. If you are unable to doubt you can’t be a believer. It’s the same as with courage, Inspector. If you are unable to feel fear, you cannot be courageous.’
  • RolyUK shared from The Redeemer: A Harry Hole thriller (Oslo Sequence 4) by Jo Nesbo
    ‘There are a couple of things you ought to reflect on right now, Rikard. I’m not very quick but I weigh ninety-five kilos and I have punched my fist through an oak front door. And paragraph 127 of the Penal Code gives a minimum punishment of six months for violence against a public servant. You’re risking a hospital visit. And prison.’
  • RolyUK shared from The Redeemer: A Harry Hole thriller (Oslo Sequence 4) by Jo Nesbo
    ‘This guy’s a pro. He knows that if he had shot a policeman he wouldn’t have had a hope of getting away. He fired to frighten you.’ ‘How do you know …?’ ‘He didn’t fire at me, either. You tell yourself that and you’ll be able to sleep. And don’t go to a psychologist; there are other people who need them.’ Harry’s knees gave a nasty crack as he stood up. ‘And remember that higher ranked officers are by definition cleverer than you. So, next time, follow orders, OK?’
  • RolyUK shared from The Redeemer: A Harry Hole thriller (Oslo Sequence 4) by Jo Nesbo
    Halvorsen remembered Harry had once said that what separates a good detective from a mediocre one is the ability to forget. A good detective forgets all the times his gut instinct lets him down, forgets all the leads he has believed in that led nowhere. And pitches in, naive and forgetful again, with undiminished enthusiasm.
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