One of Scandi-crime’s best kept secrets, Horst serves up a tantalising double mystery as a cold case warms up due to a politician’s suspicious demise. Oozing wintry atmosphere and deft characterisation, The Cabin is set to make a sleuthing star out of Chief Inspector William Wisting.
15 years ago, Simon Meier walked out of his house and was never seen again.
With no leads, the case quickly ran cold. Until now.
Because one day ago, politician Bernard Clausen died. And in his cabin on the Norwegian coast, police make a shocking discovery.
Boxes of bank notes, worth millions of dollars. Collecting dust.
Chief Inspector William Wisting thinks it could link to Meier's disappearance.
But solving both cases will mean working with an old adversary, and delving into a dark underworld - which leads closer to home than he could have imagined . . .
Fans of Jo Nesbo and Stieg Larsson will be captivated by this thrilling and atmospheric read from the award-winning Nordic crime writer.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 287 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 25 mm
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“An excellent Read”
I really enjoyed The Cabin ,I had previously read The Katarina Code and loved it so was looking forward to reading the second book in the series and I wasn't disappointed.Chief Inspector William Wisting is again... More
“Excellent Scandi drama”
I've been questing after the Wisting tv series, having missed it when it originally aired here in the UK, and was thrilled to see this, the second novel of the cold case book series. I haven't read any... More
“Norwegian noir detective novel - interesting and complicated”
Wisting is a highly placed police officer, asked to investigate the disappearance of a young man several years earlier as well as the discovery of several cardboard boxes at the cabin of a recently deceased politician... More
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