This time, however, the victim is still alive, and lund is forced to confront her past mistakes.
In contrast, Gråbøl makes lund achingly believable, with all the complexities and frailties of real life.
lund loses her identity amid her doggedness to pursue the killer.
Where Simmons is jocular in a kind of clever fratboy way, lund is more refined in his language and more robust in his indignation.
The New York over which Mr. lund gazed from the seat by the window no longer seemed a friendly city.
Colonel lund was half-unconscious after a bad attack, and it was best not to disturb him.
Deming was in his bunk; also another man, whose ribs lund had cracked when he had kicked him along the deck out of his way.
It is manifestly not doctored, for we imagined Mr. lund dead.
While studying at lund, Dalin had visited Stockholm in the year 1723, and in 1726 entered one of the public offices there.
Not the blustering, driving force of lund, but a will that was persistent, powerful.