i read karin fossum's "don't look back" last summer and really, really liked it. it was sufficiently creepy and kept you guessing until the last page and, according to one friend, didn't really end the way I thought it did. i was excited about "the indian bride" but was a bit disappointed. i didn't think there was much of a mystery, or rather, the suspect was pretty obvious...and if this had been my first "foray" with fossum, i doubt i would've "looked back." (sorry, too many pun opportunities!). i love the characters of sejer and skarre and as a police procedural, the indian bride works fine. it just didn't have as many layers as i was expecting from fossum.