The Draining Lake
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|Translator||Bernard Scudder, Éric Boury (French)|
|Series||Detective Erlendur, #6|
|Genre||Crime, mystery novel|
|2004 (orig.) & August 2007 (Eng. trans. )|
|Media type||Print (hardcover, paperback)|
|Pages||400 pp (Eng. trans.)|
|ISBN||1-84655-095-5 (Eng. trans.)|
|Followed by||Arctic Chill|
The title is based on a real Icelandic lake Kleifarvatn, which began draining away in 2000 following an earthquake. In the novel, the dropping water level reveals a body long hidden in the lake.
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