The Snowman: A Harry Hole Novel - Part 2: Chapters 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

Jo Nesbo
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Chapter 10 is noted as day 4 in the investigation. Harry agreed to allow Espen Lepsvik to led a team of investigators to look into tips about Sylvia’s murder but insisted they work independently of Harry’s team. Harry did not believe Sylvia’s killer had left behind any evidence, and that clues that might have been left behind were left on purpose to confuse the officers and throw them off course.

During a brainstorming session, Harry and his detectives came to the conclusion that the killer probably cut off Sylvia’s head while standing in the stream, and put the rest of her in a body bag, explaining why there was no evidence left. Holm had researched the burns around Sylvia’s neck and discovered an electrified cutting loop devised for veterinarians when they needed to dissect a dead calf in utero...

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