Jo NesboWith more than twenty-three million copies sold worldwide, and translated into over forty languages, Jo Nesbø’s Harry Hole series is an international phenomenon. Detective Harry Hole is one of the great anti-heroes of modern mystery fiction: a handsome loner with a knack for meeting the wrong women; an alcoholic whose inner compass starts to spin in the face of a stiff drink; a reckless scofflaw with a strong sense of justice who employs the most unconventional means to ensnare the most monstrous of sociopaths; a workaholic described by his superiors as the best detective of the Oslo Police—and the worst civil servant. The Harry Hole novels are first-class thrillers with high-voltage suspense and masterly, adrenaline-fueled plotting, offering fascinating journeys into the world of this singular character and the dark criminal minds he pursues to the very limits of his sanity.
In this electrifying thriller from the author of Police and The Snowman, Inspector Harry Hole hunts down a serial murderer who targets his victims . . . on Tinder.
The murder victim, a self-declared Tinder addict. The one solid clue—fragments of rust and paint in her wounds—leaves the investigating team baffled.
Two days later, there’s a second murder: a woman of the same age, a Tinder user, an eerily similar scene.
The chief of police knows there’s only one man for this case. But Harry Hole is no longer with the force. He promised the woman he loves, and he promised himself, that he’d never go back: not after his last case, which put the people closest to him in grave danger.
But there’s something about these murders that catches his attention, something in the details that the investigators have missed. For Harry, it’s like hearing “the voice of a man he was trying not to remember.” Now, despite his promises, despite everything he risks, Harry throws himself back into the hunt for a figure who haunts him, the monster who got away.
Inspector Harry Hole tracks a Norwegian serial killer in this installment of Jo Nesbø’s New York Times bestselling series. Now a Major Motion Picture starring Michael Fassbender.
One night, after the first snowfall of the year, a boy named Jonas wakes up and discovers that his mother has disappeared. Only one trace of her remains: a pink scarf, his Christmas gift to her, now worn by the snowman that inexplicably appeared in their yard earlier that day. Inspector Harry Hole suspects a link between the missing woman and a suspicious letter he’s received. The case deepens when a pattern emerges: over the past decade, eleven women have vanished—all on the day of the first snow. But this is a killer who makes his own rules . . . and he’ll break his pattern just to keep the game interesting, as he draws Harry ever closer into his twisted web. With brilliantly realized characters and hair-raising suspense, international bestselling author Jo Nesbø presents his most chilling case yet—one that will test Harry Hole to the very limits of his sanity.