[PDF] Unlimited ☆ The Copenhagen Job : by Line Holm Nielsen, The Copenhagen Job, Line Holm Nielsen, The Copenhagen Job In the predawn hours of August employees at a cash distribution warehouse in suburban Copenhagen Denmark heard an ominous rumbling Moments later the shovel of a front end loader crashed through the wall followed by armed men in balaclavas They quickly filled athletic bags with than million in cash jumped into a fleet of black luxury cars and sped away Police t, [PDF] Unlimited ☆ The Copenhagen Job : by Line Holm Nielsen - The Copenhagen Job, The Copenhagen Job In the predawn hours of August employees at a cash distribution warehouse in suburban Copenhagen Denmark heard an ominous rumbling Moments later the shovel of a front end loader crashed t

  • Publisher‏:‎ The Atavist (April 29, 2014)
  • Publication date‏:‎ April 29, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 347 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage‏:‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 109 pages
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The Copenhagen Job

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  1. The Copenhagen Job sketches the story of August 2008 robbery in Copenhagen Thieves took 70 million kroner in cash from Danish Value Handling, a money transporting company They broke into the company s vault with a huge front end loader, blocked the streets with burning garbage trucks, and raced away from the scene at over 120 mph in stolen Audis.A journalist wrote The Copenhagen Job with professional objectivity and little speculation The writing may disappoint readers of thrillers because chara [...]


  2. This is a real case of bank robbery in Copenhagen, told by a journalist It is not a mystery novel, I think that people who are disappointed had hoped for some James Patterson novel The work of the journalist is fabulous, mainly in building before your eyes, day by day, the meticulous job of the police in a case where there was absolutely no clue The journalist refused to add interpretations and romance, so if you wanted a novel, you ll find this too dry But what a great and honest job she did I [...]


  3. Police procedural After gripping opening chapters, which I read in preview, it s the predictable march of dogged detectives through cell phone records, surveillance tapes, intimidating people into talking without lawyers, etc There s even a chapter devoted to visiting the convicted robbers in jail, all of whom refuse to talk to the author why


  4. Gripping and well told Enjoyable TV Covered the story perfectly and made the whole story believable.


  5. The Copenhagen Job, first published as e single by Zetland 2012, written by acclaimed Danish non fiction writer Line Holm Nielson, translation now available in e book This non fiction account is about the largest theft ever accomplished 210 million Kroner from the Danish Cash Transfer followed by 70 million from the Danish Value Handling with a recovery of only 8 million and 3.5 million respectively It contains the results of interviews with investigators, attorneys for prosecution and defense, [...]


  6. This is real GTA 5 stuff Stopped reading to watch the true crime drama Kronas in Swedish Great story, but this is serious, the less anyone knows the better Found character profiles are thin I believe best kept that way Parts read like IKEA catalogue with unusual names to an American.