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ARC AUDIO BOOK REVIEW: Reykjavik by Ragnar Jonasson & Katrin Jakobsdottir

Publication Date:  September 5, 2023 Format:  audio  Genre:   Crime / Mystery Narrator:  Bert Seymour/Tamaryn Payne Publisher:  Macmillan Media Length:   8 hours 15 minutes Buy:  Kindle  |  Audio Synopsis What happened to Lára? Iceland, 1956. Fourteen-year-old Lára decides to spend the summer working for a couple on the small island of Videy, just off the coast of Reykjavík. In early August, the girl disappears without a trace. Time passes, and the mystery becomes Iceland‘s most infamous unsolved case. What happened to the young girl? Is she still alive? Did she leave the island, or did something happen to her there? Thirty years later, as the city of Reykjavík celebrates its 200th anniversary, journalist Valur Robertsson begins his own investigation into Lára's case

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