The Boy in the Suitcase

by Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friisn
An excellent example of crime fiction at its finest and a book that explores the best and worst aspects of human nature. The Boy in the Suitcase By Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis #historical fiction, # womens fiction, #reading, #books to read, #books

Discussion Questions

1. Although The Boy in the Suitcase is often describes as a mystery, a thriller, and/or a crime novel, at the heart of the book are the Family dramas oF Fairly ordinary people.Did you fnd yourself relating to the characters' situations or motivations?

2. Nina at one point claims that most of the criminals who prey on the illegal immigrantsare stupid. It is probably safe to say that there are no evil geniuses in this book. But arethere evil morons? To what extent is the concept of evil applicablef And does it haveanything at all to do with intelligence?

3. How is Danish society portrayed in the novel? Does it differ from your experience ofyour society, and if so, how?

4. Is The Boy in the Suitcase a very Scandinavian book, or do you feel like it could havetaken place anywhere
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