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The Dinosaur Feather - Sissel-Jo Gazan Translated from the Danish by Charlotte Barslund.Opening: Solnhofen, Southern Germany, 5 April 1877Anna Bella Nor was dreaming she had unearthed Archaeopteryx, the earliest and most primitive bird known. The excavation was in its sixth week, a fine layer of soil had long since embedded itself into everone's faces and the mood had hit rock bottom.Front cover quotes: Danish Crime Novel Of The Decade.If you enjoyed The Killing you'll love this.Let's see... on and on and on it went but I forced myself through all the 536 pages (400 pages too many). can't say I'd pick up this author again.#47 TBR Busting 2013