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A gunman is loose in Malmö and he's targeting immigrants. The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower. Inspector Anita Sundström wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is being sidelined by her antagonistic boss. She is assigned to find a stolen painting by a once-fashionable artist, as well as being lumbered with a new tra A gunman is loose in Malmö and he's targeting immigrants. The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower. Inspector Anita Sundström wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is being sidelined by her antagonistic boss. She is assigned to find a stolen painting by a once-fashionable artist, as well as being lumbered with a new trainee assistant. She also has to do to restore her professional reputation after a deadly mix-up in a previous high-profile case. Then another prominent Malmö businessman is found murdered and Sundström finds herself back in the action and facing new dangers in the second Anita Sundström Malmö mystery.


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A gunman is loose in Malmö and he's targeting immigrants. The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower. Inspector Anita Sundström wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is being sidelined by her antagonistic boss. She is assigned to find a stolen painting by a once-fashionable artist, as well as being lumbered with a new tra A gunman is loose in Malmö and he's targeting immigrants. The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower. Inspector Anita Sundström wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is being sidelined by her antagonistic boss. She is assigned to find a stolen painting by a once-fashionable artist, as well as being lumbered with a new trainee assistant. She also has to do to restore her professional reputation after a deadly mix-up in a previous high-profile case. Then another prominent Malmö businessman is found murdered and Sundström finds herself back in the action and facing new dangers in the second Anita Sundström Malmö mystery.

30 review for Murder in Malmö

  1. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    This is the second Anita Sundstrom and it was a terrific read! Anita Sundstrom is in the dog house at work and her personal life is just as awkward. She is very fed up and rather lonely, fixating on her son. Her colleagues get the glamorous high profile murders, including a man found dead in his shower room. Anita is stuck looking for stolen paintings, with a new young sidekick. Added to this mix, there is a gunman targetting the immigrant population of Malmo. Anita really comes into her own in th This is the second Anita Sundstrom and it was a terrific read! Anita Sundstrom is in the dog house at work and her personal life is just as awkward. She is very fed up and rather lonely, fixating on her son. Her colleagues get the glamorous high profile murders, including a man found dead in his shower room. Anita is stuck looking for stolen paintings, with a new young sidekick. Added to this mix, there is a gunman targetting the immigrant population of Malmo. Anita really comes into her own in this book. It follows on so nicely from book one, and the rather last minute reveal. All of the questions I had about Anita and her blossoming relationship were answered. It’s a great and unusual relationship, that the author has set up. It says so much about Anita, that she is drawn to someone like that. I cannot say more. Spoilers. As for the story, I loved its complexity and how it all came together. It resonated with me, the theme of anti-immigration and racist undertones. This kind of discourse is very much what we are familiar with in the UK. And I adore the whole Swedish vibe. I could just move there and sit in the pub with Anita. This is a series, that is going from strength to strength. They have to be read in order, to appreciate Anita’s unusual relationship and the on-going storyline. One to look out for if you like a bit of Scandinavian crime, with a lovely lead in Anita Sundstrom. I’m really looking forward to devouring the next books in the series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Zain

    Introducing, Hakim! An art theft, the murder of a famous ad executive, the murder of an established banker, and the execution of multiple Malmo immigrants has a lot happening in this episode. With so much happening, you would expect to feel muddled or discombobulated, but Macleod does such an excellent job of separating and combining each act of the “play,” that you’re able to follow along, and reach your culmination with Anna Lundstrom. And Anna has a lot on her mind to distract her from her work. Introducing, Hakim! An art theft, the murder of a famous ad executive, the murder of an established banker, and the execution of multiple Malmo immigrants has a lot happening in this episode. With so much happening, you would expect to feel muddled or discombobulated, but Macleod does such an excellent job of separating and combining each act of the “play,” that you’re able to follow along, and reach your culmination with Anna Lundstrom. And Anna has a lot on her mind to distract her from her work. She is still seeing a therapist for her issues from the first series and we find her doubting herself. But, fortunately, as the story progresses, Anna gets her mojo back and her confidence returns. Just in time to solve the case!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Martin

    The author needs to add depth to Det. Sundstrom. Her sadness that her son is growing up and doesn't need her so much anymore is one thing; however, the depiction of her emotional involvement with a man in prison is totally unconvincing. Her worries are more along the lines of "what will my colleagues think?" rather than "what is WRONG with me? this guy already killed one woman and maybe two!" (I shake my head and frown, uncomprehending). The author needs to add depth to Det. Sundstrom. Her sadness that her son is growing up and doesn't need her so much anymore is one thing; however, the depiction of her emotional involvement with a man in prison is totally unconvincing. Her worries are more along the lines of "what will my colleagues think?" rather than "what is WRONG with me? this guy already killed one woman and maybe two!" (I shake my head and frown, uncomprehending).

  4. 5 out of 5

    Whitney

    I like this series and will stick with it for when I need a good mystery. Anything set in Sweden works for me! I go back and forth on what I think about the detective. In a lot of ways, she's pretty annoying - she is emotionally dependent on her teenage son and needs to let go. But the plots are good and I find myself rooting for her. I like this series and will stick with it for when I need a good mystery. Anything set in Sweden works for me! I go back and forth on what I think about the detective. In a lot of ways, she's pretty annoying - she is emotionally dependent on her teenage son and needs to let go. But the plots are good and I find myself rooting for her.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ken Fredette

    Can't say that I read books out of order but I've had fun reading Torquil MacLeod's books that way, giving me insight into how he writes. I like the way he's set up different characters to play out his deception in reviewing how things happened, such as Karl Westermark always bugging Anita into believing that he was out for her, yet some of his other feelings were greater. It shows up in this book. Torquil makes us believe that certain characters are immune to having the gumption to be a killer Can't say that I read books out of order but I've had fun reading Torquil MacLeod's books that way, giving me insight into how he writes. I like the way he's set up different characters to play out his deception in reviewing how things happened, such as Karl Westermark always bugging Anita into believing that he was out for her, yet some of his other feelings were greater. It shows up in this book. Torquil makes us believe that certain characters are immune to having the gumption to be a killer while others could be the killers. He does a pretty good job of doing this in his story line. It's here we meet Khalid Hakim Mirza for the first time, he's been placed under Anita for being a new trainee. He uses this as a new character to fulfill his necessary requirements in filling his need to make Anita fumble and wonder why she has been put under pressure. But it has a wonderful outcome. I experienced a complete murder mystery with the outcome quite complex, Torquil did a wonderful job at making this a great experience.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Linda Root

    While I am still having difficulties getting in synch with a protagonist who is a major crimes detective in love with a man who is in prison for the murder of a famous and indeed faultless movie actress, at least MacLeod writes her as being as discombobulated by it as I am. The new plots catches up after the first novel, and as one would expect, Anita Sundstrum has taken a serious dive in prestige and integrity after her questionable handling of story#1. While struggling with fall from grace and While I am still having difficulties getting in synch with a protagonist who is a major crimes detective in love with a man who is in prison for the murder of a famous and indeed faultless movie actress, at least MacLeod writes her as being as discombobulated by it as I am. The new plots catches up after the first novel, and as one would expect, Anita Sundstrum has taken a serious dive in prestige and integrity after her questionable handling of story#1. While struggling with fall from grace and her petty jealousy of only child Lasse's girlfriend Rebekka, she is cold-shouldered out of participation in the team'smajor case and relegated to what seems to be an art theft and a suicide. Of course,nothing is that simple as her cases and the two major ones in the office mesh. Lecherous detective Westerbrook and and lead detective both make repeat performances. Detective Westermark is an offensive and ever, and again, Anita's own disregard for her precarious status feeds into his hands when he discovers she is making prison visits. The appearance of the new character Hakim as her assistant enriches the cast. The writing is slightly less brilliant in the first book, but the more feasible storyline makes up for it. Overall, it is a superior mystery evolving out of a poignant social issue in many Western nations. I'll ante in for the third.

  7. 5 out of 5

    R.E. E. Derouin

    This English author writes a mystery series set in Sweden and this is his fourth. Inspector Anita Sundstrom is his main character and except for the setting, (All are set in Malmo, Sweeden) it reads like any well written English or American police detective novel. I’ve read all four and this one is just as good as the others. The story concerns stolen art, an antagonistic boss, … a good read!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Mclaren

    IN the second of the Malmo mysteries by Torquil MacLeod, his main character, Inspector Anita Sundström has returned from a forced leave from the police force still dealing with the actions and her feelings from that previous incident. And while she is eager to see actions, especially as Malmo reels from two high-energy cases: a gunman targeting immigrants and the head of an advertising agency is deviously murdered in his home. Sundström wants to be involved, but she is being sidelined to an inves IN the second of the Malmo mysteries by Torquil MacLeod, his main character, Inspector Anita Sundström has returned from a forced leave from the police force still dealing with the actions and her feelings from that previous incident. And while she is eager to see actions, especially as Malmo reels from two high-energy cases: a gunman targeting immigrants and the head of an advertising agency is deviously murdered in his home. Sundström wants to be involved, but she is being sidelined to an investigation of a stolen painting by a once-fashionable artist — a man whose daughter was once a close friend of hers. If that is not enough, she is handed a new trainee assistant. But right when she thinks her life is going downhill, Sundström finds her strengths, especially when another prominent businessman — somehow tied to the stolen art — turns up dead and Then another prominent Malmö businessman is found murdered and Sundström finds herself back in the action and facing new dangers. MacLeod has created a multilayered character in Sundström — what woman of her generation hasn't felt what she has felt about her life and all its complications — and a complicated mystery that keeps bringing surprises. The end result is a tense and exciting story that is well written and riveting for the reader. I found it hard to put down, enjoying it all from the beginning to the finish.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    Murder in Malmö by Torquil MacLeod Blog Tour   Today is my spot on the blog tour for Murder in Malmö by Torquil MacLeod, the second in his Inspector Anita Sundström euro noir crime series.   Published by: McNidder & Grace (23rd July 2015)   ISBN: 978-0857161147   Rating: 5*   Synopsis: A gunman is loose in Malmö and he's targeting immigrants.   The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower.   Inspector Anita Sundström wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is be Murder in Malmö by Torquil MacLeod Blog Tour   Today is my spot on the blog tour for Murder in Malmö by Torquil MacLeod, the second in his Inspector Anita Sundström euro noir crime series.   Published by: McNidder & Grace (23rd July 2015)   ISBN: 978-0857161147   Rating: 5*   Synopsis: A gunman is loose in Malmö and he's targeting immigrants.   The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower.   Inspector Anita Sundström wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is being sidelined by her antagonistic boss. Instead, she is assigned to find a stolen painting by a once-fashionable artist, as well as being lumbered with a new trainee assistant. She also has to do to restore her professional reputation after a deadly mix-up in a previous high-profile case. Then another prominent Malmö businessman is found murdered and Sundström finds herself back in the action and facing new dangers.   Review: Having enjoyed getting to know Inspector Anita Sundström in Meet me in Malmö, I was eagerly anticipating this second novel to feature the Swedish detective and had high expectations.   Sundström starts this book as the underdog and has several belligerent male colleagues that oppose her every attempt to get involved in the murder cases. Although she looks upon her new trainee as another obstacle to overcome initially, his initiative eventually impresses. As the story grows, so does Sundström as a character. We learn more about her emotional side and vulnerability.   With compelling characters and a tantalizing plot, I found Murder in Malmö to be head and shoulders above its predecessor. From the very outset, suspense and intrigue abound. As every new chapter raised the level of tension, so the twists and turns in the story became increasingly complex and the book more difficult to put down. I'm looking forward to catching up with Inspector Sundström when Missing in Malmö is published next month.   Thanks to Linda at McNidder & Grace for providing me with a review copy of Murder in Malmö.     The last few remaining days of the tour schedule - 22nd August - Mystery People http://mysterypeople.co.uk 23rd August - Crime Thriller Girl http://crimethrillergirl.com 24th August - La Crème de la Crime http://lacremedelacrime.wordpress.com     Here's author Torquil MacLeod in the city of Malmö -          

  10. 4 out of 5

    ReadsSometimes

    I’m really starting to love this series. This is the second release from Torquil MacLeod – Murder In Malmo. It’s a cleverly written classic mystery, crime procedure novel. I found the characters very easy to interact with and the consistency with each personality keeps you quite endeared. Inspector Anita Sundstrom has here struggles to keep here status after an incident in the first novel but she manages to keep her head above water. She is a lovely character and warmed to her very quickly. Ther I’m really starting to love this series. This is the second release from Torquil MacLeod – Murder In Malmo. It’s a cleverly written classic mystery, crime procedure novel. I found the characters very easy to interact with and the consistency with each personality keeps you quite endeared. Inspector Anita Sundstrom has here struggles to keep here status after an incident in the first novel but she manages to keep her head above water. She is a lovely character and warmed to her very quickly. There are references to the first novel – Meet Me In Malmo. I would suggest reading this first but don’t let it put you off, it still reads as a stand - alone novel. A highly recommended read. Nicely paced and keeps you guessing until the end.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ron Chicaferro

    A super book and a super series. Inspector Sundstrom battles everything from male chauvinism to right-wing power brokers as well as a few murderers along the way. Sundstrom is no shrinking violet - she is a good cop and knows how to go about an investigation. She also is battling some ghosts left over from the first book in the Sundstrom series, Meet Me In Malmo - The author cleverly brings the reader up to date from the first book so nothing is lost if you haven't yet read it. This book is a cl A super book and a super series. Inspector Sundstrom battles everything from male chauvinism to right-wing power brokers as well as a few murderers along the way. Sundstrom is no shrinking violet - she is a good cop and knows how to go about an investigation. She also is battling some ghosts left over from the first book in the Sundstrom series, Meet Me In Malmo - The author cleverly brings the reader up to date from the first book so nothing is lost if you haven't yet read it. This book is a clever mystery and a strong police procedural - It takes place in Sweden so the names of the streets and cities might be unfamiliar but its a strong story and very well written.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kat Walter

    Warning: there are no spoilers in this review, but if you read the series out of order, book two reveals everything that happens in book one.! Read more like a logic problem than an interesting novel. Constant repetition of known clues got annoying. Main character is not convincing...she thinks she’s in love with a murderer, but doesn’t know why—well, the reader doesn’t know either. Maybe that’s the real mystery in the here. All that aside, the story is decent, I like the setting, and I plan to Warning: there are no spoilers in this review, but if you read the series out of order, book two reveals everything that happens in book one.! Read more like a logic problem than an interesting novel. Constant repetition of known clues got annoying. Main character is not convincing...she thinks she’s in love with a murderer, but doesn’t know why—well, the reader doesn’t know either. Maybe that’s the real mystery in the here. All that aside, the story is decent, I like the setting, and I plan to continue reading the series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gary Van Cott

    An excellent book. His main character seems to have more problems (personal and professional) than any other female detective I have read about. I am disappointed there aren't any more in this series (yet?). It is interesting that most of the Swedish detective series seem to take place outside of Stockholm (except for some of Larsen's books). An excellent book. His main character seems to have more problems (personal and professional) than any other female detective I have read about. I am disappointed there aren't any more in this series (yet?). It is interesting that most of the Swedish detective series seem to take place outside of Stockholm (except for some of Larsen's books).

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dave Ross

    It's Murder in Malmo First if you are new to the series read them in order. Easy non- challenging crime fiction. I've read two, primarily because I bought two. Really not sure, I will read a third. I can see the appeal , just not for me. D It's Murder in Malmo First if you are new to the series read them in order. Easy non- challenging crime fiction. I've read two, primarily because I bought two. Really not sure, I will read a third. I can see the appeal , just not for me. D

  15. 4 out of 5

    Karen Lowe

    Entertaining, and an intricate plot, tho I never bought into the 'love affair' with Ewan in the first book so that aspect didn't work for me. Entertaining, and an intricate plot, tho I never bought into the 'love affair' with Ewan in the first book so that aspect didn't work for me.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    This was fine, but nothing special. Just a decent murder mystery.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Ingvaldsen

    The second Inspector Anita Sundstrom thriller is a complex police procedural with a timely focus on white supremacy and domestic terrorism.

  18. 5 out of 5

    George

    #2 in the member of the Malmo serious crime unit Inspector Anita Sundström mystery series. She is 42, a single mother whose son is a way at school. She is coming off sick (administrative) leave for shooting an innocent man (she thought was the guilty party) to save the life of the man she thought was innocent who would would turn out to be the real murderer and who she was developing a romantic relationship with. She returns to work as an embarrassment to the department and is regulated to minor #2 in the member of the Malmo serious crime unit Inspector Anita Sundström mystery series. She is 42, a single mother whose son is a way at school. She is coming off sick (administrative) leave for shooting an innocent man (she thought was the guilty party) to save the life of the man she thought was innocent who would would turn out to be the real murderer and who she was developing a romantic relationship with. She returns to work as an embarrassment to the department and is regulated to minor things by her immediate supervisor who she doesn't really get along with and is pretty much an ass. Also on the team is bigoted sexual harasser detective who would like to bed her and advance his career at her expense. So there is a lot going on here in a quickly moving story with Anita dealing with a stolen painting case while the team deals with multiple murders while another team is trying to find the gunman who is shooting nonSwede aliens. Another issue is the developing anti immigrant views among Swedes.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Jane

    Twisting turning until the end.. Detective Anita Sundström is due to return to work following extended leave after the last case. Her colleagues are keeping their distance after she shot the wrong man notwithstanding the fact that he was about to murder his wife's killer. With multiple high profile murder cases on the line her boss, the obese and unpleasant Möberg, gives her the theft of a Pelle Munk painting instead and a junior colleague Hakim to train. She's still got the smug Westermark gloati Twisting turning until the end.. Detective Anita Sundström is due to return to work following extended leave after the last case. Her colleagues are keeping their distance after she shot the wrong man notwithstanding the fact that he was about to murder his wife's killer. With multiple high profile murder cases on the line her boss, the obese and unpleasant Möberg, gives her the theft of a Pelle Munk painting instead and a junior colleague Hakim to train. She's still got the smug Westermark gloating at her and trying to keep her from involvement in the murder cases but Anita's case becomes more involved when another Pelle Munk painting is stolen and its owner killed. With a madman on the loose killing immigrants Anita and Hakim almost join the ever increasing number of victims, escaping by pure chance. A dearth of viable leads soon changes when Anita sees links between the multiple cases but is she right this time?

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ilona Bell

    A sniper, three different murders, and art theft There is a lot going on in this one. It seems like too much, but it all comes together in the end. Like the first book, this one ends rather abruptly, and leaves you wanting more. Anita gets a new partner, still has trouble with Westermark, and, less pleasing, is still enamored with Ewan. That part of the story almost made this book a three star but it didn’t spend a lot of time on it. Anita needs some friends, or a hobby, or something besides work A sniper, three different murders, and art theft There is a lot going on in this one. It seems like too much, but it all comes together in the end. Like the first book, this one ends rather abruptly, and leaves you wanting more. Anita gets a new partner, still has trouble with Westermark, and, less pleasing, is still enamored with Ewan. That part of the story almost made this book a three star but it didn’t spend a lot of time on it. Anita needs some friends, or a hobby, or something besides work to fill her life. As far as the mysteries, there are plenty of hints so that in the end I wasn’t really surprised, but it was pretty interesting getting there.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Terry Slaven

    The transition between the first novel of this series and this, the second, is like the Oresund Bridge between Copenhagen and Malmo: long, but a sooth ride. In perspective, the abruptly unexpected (and uncharacteristic ) ending of the first book segues into another story, this one of shame and redemption. Our heroine is sidetracked by her superiors away from a juicy murder investigation and the hunt for a terrorist vigilante to solve a mundane art theft with the help of a new Iraqi-born trainee. The transition between the first novel of this series and this, the second, is like the Oresund Bridge between Copenhagen and Malmo: long, but a sooth ride. In perspective, the abruptly unexpected (and uncharacteristic ) ending of the first book segues into another story, this one of shame and redemption. Our heroine is sidetracked by her superiors away from a juicy murder investigation and the hunt for a terrorist vigilante to solve a mundane art theft with the help of a new Iraqi-born trainee. Will all these threads blend together? Of course, but it is interesting to see how. And the writing is very good. On to number 3!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    I read the first book in this series years ago, but was easily able to pick up the story line. Inspector Anita Sunstrom has been assigned to an art heist case as punishment for her past blunder in a big case. The fact that the rest of her unit is working on a high-profile serial killer case, and the fact that she has been saddled with a new trainee, just adds to her angst. Anita soon finds herself involved in both cases and begins to tackle the cases in her own style.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kevin P Greenan

    A good second installment in the series. Anita is a well rounded main chatacter- smart a d effective but also vulnerable, insecure, and sometimes wrong. In other words, human. The plot here has some nice twists with a little national history and a timely depiction of current issues related to immigration and racism in a country that prides itself.on its liberal culture of acceptance.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Martina

    #2 in Torquil MacLeod's series of mysteries featuring Inspector Anita Sundstrom. I read the first one some time ago and so it's like starting a new series with this read. I'm beginning to really enjoy the main character and her sidekick and the vibe of the police department. The crime was very much part of Sweden, but in this day, not so far removed from the thinking in many countries. I'm giving it a very high 4 stars. Looking forward to reading more of the series now. One of the main lines of #2 in Torquil MacLeod's series of mysteries featuring Inspector Anita Sundstrom. I read the first one some time ago and so it's like starting a new series with this read. I'm beginning to really enjoy the main character and her sidekick and the vibe of the police department. The crime was very much part of Sweden, but in this day, not so far removed from the thinking in many countries. I'm giving it a very high 4 stars. Looking forward to reading more of the series now. One of the main lines of the fairly complex story was about a modern Swedish painter. Really enjoyed that.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jan Lehman

    Another great Swedish mystery series The characters are interesting,brilliant with flaws. The stories are intricate , Well thought out and very intriguing. Over all, a thoroughly enjoyable read. Look forward to the next release.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathy S

    An enjoyable crime book. I’m not going to get hung up on some of the idiosynchrosies of the protagonist. Just enjoyed the book for what it is. Travelling to Malmo soon so enjoyed the various local references.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michael Oreste

    Murder in Malmö (Inspector Anita Sundstrom #2) Either the worst translation or worst English I have ever seen in a "published" novel. Was it translated by an app? The characters are cartoon stereotypes and the premise is stupid. I cannot believe the ratings this book received. Do you check the validity of ratings? Some companies pay FB users to rate books and items on Amazon to inflate them. Can someone enlighten me? What am I missing? Did someone edit the book? Is this a prank? Sorry, just find Murder in Malmö (Inspector Anita Sundstrom #2) Either the worst translation or worst English I have ever seen in a "published" novel. Was it translated by an app? The characters are cartoon stereotypes and the premise is stupid. I cannot believe the ratings this book received. Do you check the validity of ratings? Some companies pay FB users to rate books and items on Amazon to inflate them. Can someone enlighten me? What am I missing? Did someone edit the book? Is this a prank? Sorry, just find out the author is from Scotland. That explains the odd English, no? No.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Adrian Wood

    Malmo seems a interesting place. I enjoyed this. Plenty of unexpected twists and turns. I have read this out of order, there are a lot of references to the previous book in the series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Vanetta

    Why does the author hate his main character so much? Her lack of judgement and repeated idiotic decisions ate a bit much. And how many times is she going to end up with a gun pointed at her because of her stupid decisions?

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Mackay

    Only got halfway through this one then I decided life is too short! I just didn’t care who did it. And there was so many names – I just couldn’t remember who was who and I really didn’t care. This is all just so mundane!

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