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Nemesis: Harry Hole 4

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    Don Bartlett(Translator)

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How do you catch a killer when you're the number one suspect?

A man is caught on CCTV, shooting dead a cashier at a bank. Detective Harry Hole begins his investigation, but after dinner with an old flame wakes up with no memory of the past 12 hours. Then the girl is found dead in mysterious circumstances and he beings to receive threatening emails: is someone trying to frame him for her death?

As Harry fights to clear his name, the bank robberies continue with unparalleled savagery...

"This tale of revenge has twists galore, and enough humanity in it to keep it grounded... A master at work" (Time Out)"A superb novel. Intricate, truly gripping plot...elegant simplicity. Bravo! - as they say in Norway" (Evening Standard)"Nesbo's storytelling abilities are incomparable" (USA Today)"Many authors know how to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Jo Nesbo's one of the few who keeps them there" (Linwood Barclay)"Nesbo sets a cracking pace... A series of spectacular plot twists leads to a thrilling finale. Highly recommended" (Guardian)

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  • PDF | 720 pages
  • Don Bartlett(Translator)
  • Vintage (3 Sept. 2009)
  • English
  • 2
  • Crime, Thrillers & Mystery

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  • By Angelsoft on 2 July 2017

    Continues the Harry Hole series with pace. Hole is more gumshoe than cop, following the stereotype of disheveled alcoholic loser who pulls success from the jaws of defeat

  • By Jack Russell on 23 February 2011

    I have read a few of Jo Nesbo's novels and I find them fantastic. Why they should be compared to Steig Larsson I'm not sure, except that they are both Scandinavian! The hero Harry Hole is a very likable character, honest and moral although his personal life is a mess and he's a kind of alcoholic. The story is fairly fast paced but there is enough time for Nesbo to be descriptive about the surroundings and society. There are lots of twists and turns some of which turn out to be cul-de-sacs, but there's enough pressure to keep you page turning!

  • By Lady G? on 8 May 2015

    This is a page turner like other Jo Nesbo thrillers. What I find intriguing is that so many of the 'better' thrillers come out of Scandinavia. It must be something to do with their lack of sun and light, I feel. I enjoyed the book, a good travel/holiday read.

  • By David G. Turner on 18 July 2017

    As rivetting and spell binding as all the previous releases in this series. As always there is suspense and surprises. Harry Hole is a complicated but surprisingly vunerable person.

  • By bella davy on 2 March 2017

    Brilliant as always

  • By Ray on 9 June 2017

    Good read

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