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We are in Ohio, a few years after a bad recession. Bill Hodges, a retired cop, cannot get over his failure to discover the culprit in a massacre perpetrated, using a Mercedes car, during a job fair; this worries his neighbour Ida.
He starts receiving mysterious messages related to this case. John Coles. Lou is insulted by a customer. Brady wants to teach him a lesson.
Brady wants to poison Jerome's dog but is interrupted. Bill meets Janey's mother at the nursing home but his questions soon upset her.
During his Chancellor's Speaker Series talk at University of Massachusetts Lowell on December 7, , King indicated that he was writing a crime novel about a retired policeman being taunted by a murderer.
With a working title Mr. Mercedes and inspired by a true event about a woman driving her car into a McDonald's restaurant, it was originally meant to be a short story just a few pages long.
Mercedes involves a terrorist plot which is "too creepily close for comfort". Many jobless people are standing in line for a job fair , but then a Mercedes plows into the crowd, killing eight and severely injuring many.
Bill Hodges, a recently retired detective from the local police department living the life of a retiree, receives a letter from an individual claiming to be the person responsible for the job fair incident, referring to himself as "Mr.
Hodges is divorced, lonely, and fed up with his life, occasionally considering suicide. The incident had taken place at the end of Hodges' career and was still unresolved when he retired.
Mercedes knows details of the murder and also mentions Olivia Trelawney, from whom he had stolen the Mercedes. Olivia had committed suicide soon after the massacre out of guilt.
Hodges is intrigued and starts to investigate the case instead of turning the letter over to his former police colleague, Pete Huntley.
Brady Hartsfield, who is revealed to be Mr. Mercedes, is an emotionally disturbed psychopath in his late twenties who lost his father at age eight.
When he was a young boy, he killed his mentally handicapped brother at his mother's prompting. He now lives with and has an incestuous relationship with his alcoholic mother and works in an electronics shop and as an ice-cream seller.
Riding in a van, this second job enables him to observe Hodges and Hodges' neighbors, among them seventeen-year-old Jerome Robinson, who does small chores for Hodges.
During his research about the wealthy Olivia Trelawney, Hodges meets her sister Janey, who hires him to investigate Olivia's suicide and the theft of the Mercedes.
Shortly after Hodges begins to work for Janey, the two begin dating. Hodges finds out, with the help of bright, computer savvy Jerome, how Mr.
Mercedes stole the car and then drove Olivia whom he made contact with through his job at the electronics shop to suicide by leaving eerie sound files on her computer that were set to go off at unpredictable intervals, which escalated her feelings of guilt.
Olivia, when hearing these sounds, believed them to be the ghosts of the victims of the Mercedes Massacre.
At the funeral of Janey and Olivia's recently deceased mother, Hodges meets Janey's unpleasant relatives, among them Janey's emotionally unstable cousin Holly.
After the funeral, Mr. Mercedes blows up Hodges' car, not realizing that Hodges wasn't in it. However, Janey was, and she is killed in the explosion.
Hodges feels remorse but becomes even more eager to solve the case without the help of the police. Holly joins Hodges and Jerome in the investigation.
Hartsfield accidentally kills his mother with a poisoned hamburger, which he had prepared for Jerome's dog.
With her rotting body in their house, he plans to kill himself by blowing himself up at a giant concert for young girls by feigning the need for a wheelchair and utilizing explosives hidden inside the wheelchair.
Jerome, Hodges, and Holly manage to uncover Hartsfield's real identity and search his computer hard drives. They eventually deduce that Hartsfield's target is the concert, and the trio rush to the concert venue to stop him.
Hodges begins to suffer a heart attack and is unable to venture into the concert with Holly and Jerome, but urges them to press on.
Holly locates Hartsfield and delivers several harsh blows to his head using Hodges's "Happy Slapper" — a sock filled with ball bearings. Hartsfield is left bleeding and unconscious on the concert floor.
Hodges who had been saved by concert staff , Holly, and Jerome have a picnic to discuss the recently transpired events.
Hodges has learned that he will not be criminally charged for his actions regarding the Hartsfield investigation. They have received medals from the city, congratulating them on their work.
Mercedes received positive reviews, with many critics responding well to the book being different from King's "standard horror stories" and being a "compelling crime novel.
Michael Marshall Smith of The Guardian noted the novel "is firmly positioned in suspense-thriller territory and the non-supernatural world — somewhere King evidently feels increasingly at home.
Hell, yes. Good Stephen King book? Mercedes takes the old detective genre in an excellent, modern direction". Who in their right mind would want him to be?
Tasha Robinson of The A. Club was more reserved, writing that the novel opens with its best moment and "sags significantly in the middle, but it barrels toward a memorable conclusion … his tense, propulsive, ultra-fast-paced climax here seems like it was written with the movie in mind".
But she praised the novel for being "unusual in its dedication to surprising readers" and found it "a major step up from his previous book, Doctor Sleep ".
In January , it was announced that Mr. Mercedes would be turned into a limited television series.Das ganz & gar reale Böse. Es ist beileibe nicht so, dass Stephen King mit Mr. Mercedes erstmals jenes Genre verlässt, dem er seine Prominenz verdankt. Immer. Mr. Mercedes: Nach einer Wahnsinnstat, in der ein Mann mit einem gestohlenen Mercedes in eine Menschenmenge gefahren ist, 16 Personen tötete und. Mr. Mercedes. 16; 30 Episoden; Krimi, Drama; - Basierend auf dem Bestseller-Roman von Stephen King. Ein psychopathischer Mörder verspottet. Schneller, gefährlicher, tödlicher – Mr. MercedesEin Mercedes S –»zwei Tonnen deutsche Ingenieurskunst«– rast in eine Menschenmenge. Es gibt.