The Devil's Star by Jo Nesbø
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Oh, Harry... This took me by surprise, in that I know what's coming after this book and still managed to make me wonder/worry about Harry during the book. As far as the mystery part goes, the red herrings were not quite red, more pink, in that there were good reasons for them to be there and yet, they weren't the killer or his motives. The bigger question is, is what happened plausible and the answer is, "yes". Both the "red herring " killer and the real killer both were plausible (or more accurately, plausible enough, given that that is fiction). And something about reading a book set during an Oslo heat wave while there's a New England blizzard outside made this even better.