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Sous les vents de Neptune Summary Þ 106 Tery writing Vargas's Commissaire Adamsberg is poised to conuer America in a series of novels that are “truly original like nothing else in contemporary fiction” The Sunday Times London beginning with Wash This Blood Clean from My Han. While this book won t stop me from reading of Vargas crime novels it is one of the most disappointing in the series For the first time I feel that Vargas has seriously lost the plot for this book tends to ramble saunter and stroll much like Adamsberg in fact who tends to like long walks Unlike Adamsberg however there is no point to Vargas s rambles The d nouement when it comes is a real head scratcher The motive for the murders is so bizarre that it beggars belief The plot may indeed be emblematic of a psychopath s design but the connection is so poorly explained and tenuous that it makes me feel this book is written by a neophyte just breaking into the genre rather than by someone with Vargas s tremendous talents Her characters are allowed to jaunt over to Canada in this book and while I admit to looking forward to her acerbic pen doing some interesting damage to the RCMP and their procedures it was a total farce slapstick than good comedy Everyone is a pal which bespeaks of 1940s Los Angeles than it does 21st century uebecOntario and everybody is just over the top in the wrong way It was very painful to read in the sense that she just didn t get it I just didn t feel the irony than I felt the buffoonery of the writer rather than her characters and it really hurts me to say that All in all a disappointment on plot Her characters continue to amuse enthral and entertain me and so of course I will skip on to the next in the series because I like Vargas too much to abandon her after one faux pas serious as that may be

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Sous les vents de Neptune Summary Þ 106 A #1 bestselling author in France Fred Vargas repeatedly captivates her many admirers across the globe with suspenseful mysteries featuring Commissaire Jean Baptiste Adamsberg “a Gallic cousin to Ruth Rendell's Chief Inspector Wexford?. Commissaire Jean Baptiste Adamsberg the main character of a French mystery series written by Fred Vargus is a man with a lot of personal uirks Up to now the previous three novels paint him as person who is not much of a people person or even a good detective Yet he has solved a lot of crimes by subconsciously putting together little noticed events and facts leading him to startling insights and intuitions which suddenly pop up into his consciousness surprising him and his staff of twenty six detectives He has earned several promotions due to his success in police detection He leads the Paris Serious Crime Suad As a person he seems dreamy and disassociated unable to maintain intimacy But he is kind and authentic not given to putting on airs of superiority His crew doesn t know what to think of him except that they like him or less He is fair and just generally However in Wash This Blood Clean from my Hand the fourth book in the series Adamsberg is losing his temper and acting out An old case involving his brother Rapha l has been haunting Adamsberg A girl was killed by a stab from a trident long ago before Adamsberg became a police officer His brother was accused of the crime Adamsberg knew it was an important man a judge who had a lot of social capital who really was the murderer but he couldn t prove it or get anyone to look into it Now he has learned of a recent murder similar to that long ago killing It has stirred Adamsberg up so much he is not himself He knows it must be the judge But there is a slight problem The murderer Judge Fulgence died fifteen years agoBut Adamsberg is certain the judge has been killing many people through the decades However he can t prove it despite that bodies have constantly turned up with the suspicious trident stab In each murder a local has been convicted of the crime It must be the judge Or his ghostAdamsberg is ordered by his boss Divisionnaire Br zillion as well as encouraged by his right hand man Capitaine Adrian Danglard to attend a DNA profiling course in uebec with a selected group of seven officers who are under his Paris command Everyone wants him to move on from his off hours investigation into Fulgence especially since Adamsberg appears to be losing it Then in uebec during the course a girl is murdered With a trident stab All of the evidence points to Adamsberg They have his DNA from semen in the girl and fingerprints on the girl s belt Oh oh He can t defend himself because he had been very drunk and had a blackout He is not going to get out of thishe isn t sure he didn t kill the womanAdamsberg is not a heroic character He walked out on a woman who loved him He has a lot of one night stands He is not overtly unkind or unjust but he tends to ignore people around him not bothering with learning their names or caring very much about them as people He does not much involve his own staff in cases which interest him tending to assign them busywork to keep them away or digging up information he needs without explanation when he is personally investigating a crime This drives the logical Danglard crazy but everyone knows this is how Adamsberg solves cases This time though Adamsberg needs friends real friends to help him maybe hide him while he clears his name But he can t even think Will anyone help him I noticed some readers did not like this particular novel in the series but I did Adamsberg is not admirable so much as he is cute because of uirks and an absent minded approach to his life and to his subordinates and friends In this book he is not on his best behavior either showing a side of himself full of crankiness and an unthinking rage He can be remarkably brave on occasion he also can be a self centered ass When the pressure is too much Adamsberg actually mentally cracks a bit falling apart Readers who want a reasonably attractive main character or a superman in their favorite detective series might find themselves feeling a little letdown by Adamsberg He is not a better man than us readers He is simply oddly good at solving crimes The attraction to this series is the writing there are a lot of puzzling plot twists interesting and fun or truly weird characters bizarre murders and a bit of wit Plus there is an interesting tension in watching Adamsberg seemingly walk a peculiar tightrope of near failures in every book The tension not only extends to his almost screwing up his career on every case but also in his screwing up his love life If you are looking for something different gentle reader the Adamsberg series is recommended He is not either the typically damaged American style or European style detective but he appears to be disassociated and absent minded He is not angry basically and not wanting attachments to people but hooking up sometimes anyway I must admit his manner of solving cases is very irritating to me in that he has what seems like a meditation based methodology constantly walking about listening to birds and communicating with the bees I keep expecting him to sit down lotus style and begin chanting om I think readers should begin with The Chalk Circle Man There is a personal situation which continues from book to book DECEPTION Possessive Collection Book 1 uirks Up to now the previous three novels paint him as person who is not much of a people person or even a good detective Yet he has solved a lot of crimes by subconsciously putting together little noticed events and facts leading him to startling insights and intuitions which suddenly pop Right Girl (Wrong Girl, #2) up into his consciousness surprising him and his staff of twenty six detectives He has earned several promotions due to his success in police detection He leads the Paris Serious Crime Suad As a person he seems dreamy and disassociated First Life unable to maintain intimacy But he is kind and authentic not given to putting on airs of superiority His crew doesn t know what to think of him except that they like him or less He is fair and just generally 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stands He is not overtly Mac Laurins Self Instructing Writing Books or Every Man and Boy His Own Writing Master unkind or Less Than All unjust but he tends to ignore people around him not bothering with learning their names or caring very much about them as people He does not much involve his own staff in cases which interest him tending to assign them busywork to keep them away or digging Fiendens fiende up information he needs without explanation when he is personally investigating a crime This drives the logical Danglard crazy but everyone knows this is how Adamsberg solves cases This time though Adamsberg needs friends real friends to help him maybe hide him while he clears his name But he can t even think Will anyone help him I noticed some readers did not like this particular novel in the series but I did Adamsberg is not admirable so much as he is cute because of Timelock: How Life Got So Hectic and What You Can Do About It uirks and an absent minded approach to his life and to 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