The Redeemer: A Harry Hole Thriller (Oslo Sequence 4)Paperback Vintage Books
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- Publisher: VINTAGE
- Format: Paperback | 592 pages
- Dimensions: 129mm x 198mm x 37mm | 419g
- Publication date: 15 October 2009
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0099505967
- ISBN 13: 9780099505969
- Illustrations note: map
- Sales rank: 191
OVER 9 MILLION BOOKS SOLD WORLDWIDE ON THE THIRD DAY HE ROSE AGAIN. TO KILL...It is a freezing December night and Christmas shoppers have gathered to listen to a Salvation Army carol concert. Then a shot rings out and one of the singers falls to the floor, dead. Detective Harry Hole and his team are called in to investigate but have little to work with - there is no immediate suspect, no weapon and no motive. But when the assassin discovers he's shot the wrong man, Harry finds his troubles have only just begun.
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Jo Nesbo is a musician, songwriter, economist and author. His first crime novel featuring Harry Hole was published in Norway in 1997 and was an instant hit, winning the Glass Key Award for best Nordic crime novel (an accolade shared with Peter Hoeg, Henning Mankell and Karin Fossum). The Redeemer is the fourth of Nesbo's novels to be translated into English.
By mary-anne toy 24 Jun 2011
Excellent. One of the best in the genre.
"THE NEXT STIEG LARSSON" Independent "The Redeemer rocks! Jo Nesbo is my new favorite thriller writer and Harry Hole my new hero. This book had my pulse in the red zone from start to finish" Michael Connelly "Nesbo is in a class of his own" Evening Standard "Terrific shocks, tension and atmosphere" The Times "Nesbo's fourth novel [and it] proves to be as brilliant as his other three...grimly realistic...an engrossing mystery" The Scotsman