As the tension builds and a feeling of impending danger grips Beck, his investigation unearths evidence of police corruption. That's when an even stronger sense of responsibility and something like shame urge him into taking a series of drastic steps, which lead to a shocking disaster.
"The Martin Beck books are exemplary police procedurals.... The Abominable Man is worthy of its predecessors in this much admired series." (Washington Post)
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By victoria macdonalf on 08-06-15
Not as good a story as books 1to 6.
What did you like best about The Abominable Man? What did you like least?
I thought the story was rather flat.
What aspect of Tom Weiner’s performance might you have changed?
I have always overlooked the very flat narration because the story carried me along but it was noticeable in this one
Any additional comments?
I am hoping that number 8 will be back up to the usual standard