By Håkan Nesser, Laurie Thompson (translator)
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Instead he took a room at The See Warf. Fourth ﬂoor with a balcony and sun in the evening. View over the harbor, quays and the bay with the open sea beyond. This wasn’t too bad a place either, he had to admit. Bausen pointed out to sea. “Straight ahead you can see Lange Piirs, the lighthouse, but only when the mornings are clear. Last year that meant four days. On top of the cliffs over there is The Fisherman’s Friend, a gourmet restaurant. ” Van Veeteren nodded. ” Bausen shrugged. ” He checked his watch.
Oh yes, there was something special about this place. Van Veeteren produced a toothpick and stuck it between his front teeth. ” asked Bausen. “If I can have something to wash it down with. ” He put the bottle on the table. Bausen knocked out his pipe and rose to his feet. ” He disappeared into the house, and Van Veeteren could hear him pottering about in the kitchen and singing something that sounded reminiscent of the bass aria from The Pearl Fishers. Well, he thought, clasping his hands behind his head.
De mortuis . . thought Van Veeteren, and threw the newspaper onto the ﬂoor. What the hell am I doing here? He took off his shirt and padded into the bathroom. What was the name of that restaurant? The Blue Ship? The assumption that representatives of the national press would turn up proved to be well founded. As he walked through the hotel foyer, two middle-aged gentlemen darted out of the bar. Their ruddy complexions were a telltale indication of their trade, and Van Veeteren paused with a sigh.
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