The Owl Always Hunts at Night finds Munch and Krüger plunged into the disturbing labyrinth of ritual slaughter, but with Kruger confronting her own almost insurmountable demons and Munch’s daughter slipping into strange territories of her own, can this duo push their own issues aside to overcome this profound new evil?
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 325 g
Dimensions: 198 x 127 x 30 mm
Two books into this stark but compelling series, Bjork’s trademark themes are the lethal intersection of technology with child abuse and misogyny. - The Sunday Times
Gives Jo Nesbo a run for his money - Sunday Express
‘A unique, twisting, unsettling thriller that really epitomises the phrase 'page-turner'.’ - Irish News
Kruger is strongly reminiscent of Lisbeth Salander . . . this is an engrossingly labyrinthine novel, with enough offbeat and downright bizarre detail to keep us intrigued and guessing right up to a tense finale. - Crime Scene Magazine
FANTASTIC sequel from Samuel Bjørk! . . . This is quality suspense at its very best and in my opinion a literary masterpiece. A delight to read! - Bokelskere.no
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